10 Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System

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Exercise more

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Exercise can change your body’s antibodies and white blood cells, which help you fight off diseases and infections. Tania Elliott suggests incorporating more movement in your day simply by walking around during phone calls and meetings or doing squats while watching TV.

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