100 Days to Health – Day 028 | Immunity



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100 Days to Health - Day 028 | Immunity

Week 4 –  Day 28 Immunity

Tip for the Day

I believe that one of the best ways to build your Immune System is through a natural diet.

We seem to understand that to have healthy plants in our gardens like rose bushes and vegetables, we need to feed the soil with compost and fertilizer. A healthy plant resists bugs and disease. In the same way, regardless of the disease and strength of a bacteria or virus, nothing can beat a STRONG immune system.

A healthy immune system depends on a healthy Endocrine System, so focusing on hormonal health will help your immune system function more efficiently. Immune system dysfunction can occur as a result of deficiency or excess of a single nutrient. Immunology effects are seen when the anti-oxidants are deficient, namely Vitamins A, C, E and Selenium.

All of these anti-oxidants are found freely in fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds and very high in dark green leafy vegetables (especially those sprouted from grains like barley grass and wheat grass). This is one of the reasons why I suggest that you take barley grass juice (BarleyLife) daily.


“It’s bizarre that the produce manager is more important to my children’s health than the pediatrician.” 

- Meryl Streep

Recipe for the Day

Cashew or Tofu and tomato pesto spread

Combine 1 cup raw cashews or 1 slab of tofu (150g)

With 2 Tbsp. Tomato puree

1 tsp Mary-Ann’s Garlic & Herb salt

half a cup soaked sun dried tomatoes

quarter to half a cup EV olive oil

Optional – fresh chillies and or fresh basil leaves

Blend well in a jug blender or food processor. Serve as a spread for bread, pasta sauce or dip for vegetables

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