FLYGOOD IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPLEMENTS

 

BASED ON SCIENCE NOT SUPERSTITION

Photo of woman sitting in nature and looking out at ominous mountains, metaphor for vitamins to boost immune system and protect from altitude sickness

Immune system supplements / travel sickness pills = Vacation Insurance

TRAVEL SICKNESS IS PRETTY COMMON

Getting sick on vacation; when you should be swimming, hiking, dining and meeting amazing new people is the pits. Unfortunately, travel frequently enough and odds are high that you will eventually catch something.

1 in 5 people get sick after flying. Yeah, we know, crazy!

It’s because when we fly, the air we breathe is filled with the coughs, sneezes and germs of our fellow passengers and everything we touch is coated in bacteria.

Most major airlines deep clean planes only ONCE a month!

Unfamiliar germs, tight quarters, low humidity, high altitude and recirculated air make flying a perfect Petri dish for travel sickness. Don’t fret, there are ways to prevent calamity!

COLD SCIENCE HAS CHANGED

It turns out it’s not actually the germs that make us feel sick (although they don’t help). It’s our body’s inflammatory response. Chemicals manufactured by our own immune systems inflame our cells and tissues. This causing our nose to run, throat to swell and stomach and head to ache. We are our own worst enemies.

INFLAMMATION NEEDS TO BE MANAGED

The good news is, inflammation can be controlled. Boosting free radical scavengers, increasing anti-oxidants and influencing multiple signaling pathways is the idea behind the new science of cold prevention. Immune system supplements come both in the form of travel sickness pills as well as basic self management.

SLEEP, EXERCISE AND RELAX

Regular exercise, a good night’s sleep, limiting stress and hypochondriac-like handwashing are the most effective ways to avoid a miserable cold. Unfortunately, those things are not always practical or possible. So, if you really want to improve your odds of keeping illness at bay, a little immune system boosting is in order.

EAT FOODS WITH VITAMINS TO BOOST IMMUNE SYSTEM HEALTH

Anti-inflammatory foods with vitamins that boost immune systems are easy to find at the supermarket. The most efficient source of nutrients is directly from food. However, clinical doses of vitamins to boost immune system health would require eating a diet like The Rock. Do it if you can! For the rest of us mere mortals, read on.

There are now all-in-one, concentrated, natural, immune system supplements with immune boosting vitamins and more that are designed for specific activities. Try these first, before reaching for a drug companies’ travel sickness pill or otherwise.

WHAT JUST 6 OF FLYGOOD’S IMMUNE BOOSTING VITAMINS  WOULD LOOK LIKE AS A MEAL

Infographic with photos of 6 whole foods and the correspinding amount you would need to eat to get full dose of immune boosting vitamins

 

OUR CURRENT FAVORITE MULTIVITAMINS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES

  • Daily Multivitamin:  Rainbow Light One Multivitamin (gender specific formulas). Honorable mention goes to New Chapter One Daily Multivitamin
  • Children’s Multivitamin:  Rainbow Light KIDS One Multivitamin chewables
  • Gym Pre-Workout Vitamin: Rainbow Light Performance Energy Vitamin
  • Immune Boosting Travel Vitamins: Flygood Immune Boost Vitamins
  • High Altitude & International Travel Vitamins: Flygood Probiotic Multivitamins 

We are biased but confident in these last two recommendations 🙂 –

 

 

Blue Flygood Probiotic high altitude supplement package

 

 FLYGOOD HAS THE 6 BEST VITAMINS TO BOOST IMMUNE SYSTEM HEALTH WHEN TRAVELING

 

 

VITAMIN C

This classic cold fighting antioxidant helps boost immune function. Vitamin C is a critical immune system supplement, not getting enough may increase your risk of a cold. A 2013 analysis of 11,000 people showed that men and women living with high physical stress—like marathon runners—were 50% less likely to catch a cold.

ZINC

This essential mineral acts like an antioxidant in the body. Studies have shown that zinc can help to reduce the duration of colds. A 2016 meta analysis in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that men who had colds saw their symptoms clear up in three days compared with seven days for those who took a placebo.

GINGER

Ayurvedic medicine has recommended ginger as an anti-inflammatory vitamin to boost the immune system for centuries. Ginger helps to break down toxins and cleanses the lymphatic system, the tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials.

VITAMIN E

Powerful antioxidant abilities possessed by Vitamin E have the power to reduce free radical damage, fight inflammation, and therefore help naturally fight off health issues.

B6

Antibodies created due to Vitamin B6 are used by our immune system to protect us. B6 also does so much more – it helps the body to maintain a healthy nervous system, to make hemoglobin that carries oxygen in red blood cells throughout the body, to provide energy from the food that we eat, to balance blood sugar levels, to act as a natural pain treatment and to reduce stress and anxiety. A balanced cocktail of goodness for a weary traveler.

PROBIOTICS

Famous for promoting proper gut health, probiotics also have some lesser-known benefits, such as the ability to improve your immune system. Around 70% of our immune system cells are in our gut. Probiotics help make them significantly stronger and better at fighting off infection. We especially recommend adding a probiotic when traveling to unfamiliar countries and environments. FLYGOOD PROBIOTIC is one of the best probiotics for travel, read more here.