3 Tips to Boost Your Immune System35Comments Connect on Facebook Share Do you have a tip that you can share to boost your immune system?Please follow and like us: Terry 35 replies to "3 Tips to Boost Your Immune System" Kathy FaucettApril 13, 2020Meditation with Joe Dispensa Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020Dr Joe is awesome! I have read a couple of his books, but I found his meditations were too long for me. Have you heard of Emily Fletcher? Reply Peter G HorrillApril 14, 2020Terry Petrovick Emily Fletcher is excellent teacher Reply Paul ApolloniaApril 14, 2020Terry Petrovick another great book you recommended to me.by Emily Fletcher..It on Audible too…….https://www.amazon.com/Stress-Less-Accomplish-More-Extraordinary-ebook/dp/B078QY5LFW Reply Anna ChampagneApril 13, 2020I agree with your insights about the importance of enhancing and supporting the immune system through sleep, exercise, mindset, superfoods. I would add healing emotions that come to the surface and transform that energy into positive higher qualities. I also use a product that works on the telomeres of the cells. Also vitamin D is crucial, through direct sunlight or supplementation. And vitamin c. And doing things that make you happy. Happiness is so important. Spending time with my daughter or doing a creative project are some of my most happy places. And meditation. Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020totally agree with you Anna thanks for sharing Reply Anna ChampagneApril 13, 2020I love Joe Dispenza. Haven’t heard of Emily Fletcher. Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020Check her book out, stress less and accomplish more https://amzn.to/2xgCtWr Reply Steve LibbyApril 13, 2020I created a video recently to give the best advice I know on the physical level… And I must say that rest and clearing the mind are key as well! My brainwave entrainment music is known to help in those areas : ) Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020very cool Steve Reply Steve LibbyApril 13, 2020Hiking and walking! Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020those are two of my favorite things to do as well Reply Steve LibbyApril 13, 2020We’re both very fortunate to have beautiful nature to do this! Reply Karen MillerApril 13, 2020Protecting your immune system is important Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020it is indeed IF you want to stay healthy Reply Andrea GoringApril 13, 2020I’ve been saving all kinds of immune boosting, anxiety/grief/trauma relief videos on playlists at The Ministry of Love and Support https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtV3yaWopYcaxYv5v_2yUig please share it with anyone who needs the support Reply Andrea GoringApril 13, 2020All teachers and practices have been tried and tested by me and found to be significantly beneficial Reply Terry PetrovickApril 13, 2020Andrea sounds pretty interesting Reply Mavia FletcherApril 13, 2020Laugh, laugh—with family and good friends. Reply Mavia FletcherApril 14, 2020Terry Petrovick – I feel better already! Reply Peter G HorrillApril 14, 2020Good message Terry! Reply Terry PetrovickApril 14, 2020thank you Peter! Reply Paula DuncanApril 14, 2020Me either! Reply Terry PetrovickApril 14, 2020why is that Paula are you concerned about getting sick 😉 Reply Paula DuncanApril 14, 2020My great grandpa ate garlic every day! Lived to be 103 Reply Terry PetrovickApril 14, 2020wow that’s incredible Paula so do you eat it too? Reply Paula DuncanApril 14, 2020Terry Petrovick might start …..now that I get to work from home all day everyday….lol Reply Kim DarkoApril 14, 2020mushrooms Reply Sandy PaisleyApril 14, 2020Don’t drink alcohol in excessively amounts in general it lowers your immune system. Reply Terry PetrovickApril 14, 2020well that makes sense 🙂 Reply Kevin ThomasApril 14, 2020 Reply Tom SpeedApril 14, 2020Best thing I can do for my immune system, it’s not focus on the virus but focus on all the good that come about because of it. Too many people are focusing on all the hype around corona, all this does this creates stress. And as we all know, the hormones of stress virtually shut down our immune system. Reply Tom SpeedApril 14, 2020I’m a firm believer in proper nutrition for both our body and our minds. Reply Terry PetrovickApril 14, 2020Somehow I thought that might be the case with you Tom, hope you’re staying safe and healthy man Reply Ray L Patterson IIApril 15, 2020Nice presentation Terry. Glad to see you’re doing well and hope all of your family is too. Ever since I was diagnosed as a diabetic two years ago, I have tried numerous supplements to regulate my blood sugar. Two that are working for me: a product by ‘New Chapter’ called Cinnamon Force (Whole Foods) and a trans-dermal gel product I’m sure you’re probably familiar with from New You Life. And ‘Nature’s Own’ (Harris Teeter) makes a sugar-free very low carb loaf bread that has made my life so much better. It’s all about balance my friend. Take care and my best. ReplyLeave a Reply to Steve Libby Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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