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Immune Support

Your immune system is a complex network of cells and proteins that defend your body against infection. Each of us has two parts of our immune system: the innate and the adaptive. Innate immunity is programmed in our genetic material. This part of your immune system naturally activates your white blood cells to go to the site of a cut, for example. In contrast, your adaptive immune system actually learns! It keeps a record of every germ that it has ever defeated, so it can recognize and destroy it if you encounter it again. A whopping 80% of your immune system is housed in your gut, so ensuring the health of your gut is absolutely critical in supporting both parts of your immune system.

How Worried Should I Be About the Coronavirus?

How Worried Should I Be About the Coronavirus?

Coronavirus. We’re being bombarded with information about it. And because nothing (not even viruses!) spreads as fast as misinformation, I’d like to answer the questions I’ve heard and set the facts straight.  I want to give you as much knowledge…

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Glutathione, The #1 Nutrient for Detoxification, Immune Health, and All-Day Energy

Glutathione, The #1 Nutrient for Detoxification, Immune Health, and All-Day Energy

 In today’s toxic world full of heavy metals, plastics, mold, and synthetic chemicals, there is one superstar nutrient working overtime to keep your body functioning optimally. Meet glutathione: your body’s master detoxifier! No other nutrient works harder to eliminate mercury,…

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What You Need to Know About Vitamin D and Its Impact on Your Immune System

What You Need to Know About Vitamin D and Its Impact on Your Immune System

Vitamin D is one of the most common deficiencies I see in my clinic. In fact, nearly everyone who isn’t already supplementing their Vitamin D levels is low in this very important vitamin. One study found that insufficient levels of Vitamin D…

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10 Tips for Preventing the Cold & Flu Naturally

10 Tips for Preventing the Cold & Flu Naturally

Flu season is well underway, and I’ve received lots of questions on The Myers Way® Facebook Community about how to avoid seasonal illness and stay well this winter. This is an important question, as getting sick can stress your immune…

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10 Prebiotic Foods to Feed Your Good Gut Bacteria

10 Prebiotic Foods to Feed Your Good Gut Bacteria

Chances are, you’ve heard about the importance of probiotics, the good bacteria that help support your gut balance. However, have you heard of prebiotic foods? These indigestible fibers feed your good gut bacteria, making them essential to keeping your gut…

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Why L-Glutamine is the #1 Ingredient for Repairing Leaky Gut

Why L-Glutamine is the #1 Ingredient for Repairing Leaky Gut

Leaky gut is a modern epidemic that affects millions of people around the world—even though many of them aren’t aware of the underlying condition that causes symptoms ranging from digestive issues and mood imbalances to autoimmunity, cancer, and other chronic…

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Do You Have a Glutathione Insufficiency?

Do You Have a Glutathione Insufficiency?

We all know we need to eat an antioxidant-rich diet replete with berries and kale, to ensure we have plenty of free-radical fighting “antioxidant avengers” in our blood. However, did you know that your body actually produces its own superhero…

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What’s in My Bag? A Guide to Staying Healthy While Traveling

What’s in My Bag? A Guide to Staying Healthy While Traveling

After my appearance on Dr. Oz in November, things have really taken off for me, and I’m finding myself traveling much more frequently. Because of this, I need to have a suitcase practically packed and ready to go for last-minute…

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