Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick

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Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick


It’s tempting to dismiss it as luck: Some people might catch a slight cold or suffer an occasional ache or pain now and then, but they never seem to suffer from flus, fevers and illnesses that send the rest of us diving under the covers for days.

Despite centuries of scientific advances, doctors still can’t tell us definitively how to stay well. So look for solutions from the people for whom the common cold is, uncommon
Here, 10 surprising habits of those people who never get sick

1. STRESS LESS

stress damages the immune system and the heart.
it increases your chances of contracting bacterial infections, such as tuberculosis.

If you take a vigorous walk 45 minutes every day, you reduce tension in your body by 20 percent.

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables is also crucial, as is laughing: It releases endorphins in the body that act as natural stress busters. Plus, a good laugh gives your heart muscle a workout.

2. SPRINKLE BREWER’S YEAST ON your FOOD
Just one tablespoon packs in most of the B vitamins you need each day, including thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, B6, folic acid and biotin.
Without enough of these vitamins, the body isn’t able to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins; the Bs are also essential for healthy hair, skin, nerves, blood cells, hormone-producing glands and a thriving immune system. B vitamins help manufacture antibodies and white blood cells that make up the immune response.

Sprinkle a tablespoon of brewer’s yeast over popcorn or cereal, mix it into soups or sauces (the taste goes especially well with split pea soup or any dish made with tomato sauce) or bake into quick breads and cookies.

3. EAT LESS.
Start by limiting simple sugars and flours, and pack your meals with dark leafy greens and other vegetables.

4. EMBRACE BACTERIA.
. Bacteria and our bodies have a symbiotic relationship in which their presence helps our systems stay healthy and balanced.
“Good” germs can improve your metabolism, enhance your immunity and reduce inflammation. the more bacteria you have on the surface of your skin, the better you combat inflammation. So go outside, have plenty of contact with Mother Nature and get dirty!
And rather than scrub your foods raw, give them a quick rinse. if they are grown in a natural way

5. OPT FOR HERBAL REMEDIES.
something as simple as green tea can help improve your immunity and your health. antioxidants in green tea called polyphenols have the potential to boost metabolism and burn fat, protect against liver disease, control blood sugar levels and lower LDL cholesterol. Skip pre-packaged bottled versions and sip unflavored loose-leaf green tea instead.

6. MAKE FRIENDS A PRIORITY.
Studies show that people with strong friendships tend to have more robust immune systems and are less likely to succumb to infectious diseases.
positive social attachments might protect against memory loss and other cognitive disorders. those with few friends were most likely to suffer from heart disease, depression and anxiety.
: Strike up at least two conversations every day with someone you haven’t talked to before. And aim to listen more than you speak;
. Your tone can determine how often others will want to spend time and talk with you.

7. STAY Ph BALANCED.
the body is healthiest when its systems are functioning midway between completely acidic and completely alkaline (i.e., pH balanced).
When pH levels fall below that midpoint, the body suffers from a condition called acidosis, which even in minor cases can cause fatigue, rapid breathing, stomach problems and confusion.
Most vegetables are alkalizing, so eating them regularly can reduce your risk of being too acidic. Include lots of dark leafy greens, green beans, asparagus and carrots in your diet; other alkalizing foods to reach for include cucumbers, coconuts and avocados.

8. EAT GARLIC.
garlic can act as a powerful antioxidant and antibiotic, as well as cut the duration and the number of colds you catch.
In addition, garlic has proved efficient in reducing blood pressure and triglyceride and cholesterol levels.
Some experts say that garlic’s medicinal value lessens when it’s in a supplement form and recommend that you eat it fresh if you want to get garlic’s health benefits.

9. DETOX REGULARLY.
limit your intake of meats and avoid wheat, sugar, dairy, caffeine and alcohol.
You can also purge toxins by sitting in a sauna or taking Bikram yoga classes, which are practiced in a hot room.
Cleansing homeopathic or mineral baths might help, too.
Talk to your doctor before embarking on a detox program of any length.
If you’re pregnant or nursing, have an eating disorder or suffer from any kind of chronic health condition, it’s especially important to detox only under the supervision of a health care provider.

10. TAKE MORE NAPS.
.nature intended that we take a nap in the middle of the day.
This biological readiness to fall asleep in the mid-afternoon coincides with a slight drop in body temperature and occurs regardless of whether we eat lunch.
It is present even in good sleepers who are well rested.

Regards,
viji
 

sudhar

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Thanks 4 sharing....vijii....

:clap2: its 4 u.....
 

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