It is critically important during this time of self-isolation that we focus on things we can control instead of worrying about things we can’t. We should take a pro-active approach to our health by working to strengthen our immune system. We have a list of do’s and don’ts to keep you healthy and a list of supplements to support your immune system. Remember, the idea is all about physical social isolation, not eliminating social connection.
Unlike an immediate food allergy, food intolerances, also known as delayed food allergies and food sensitivities, are much more commonly involved in immune reactions to foods. In fact, 76-80% of the population not responding to conventional medicine are likely to have this type of reaction to foods.