immune health

Best Vitamins, Minerals & Foods for Immune Health

I am asked endlessly for immune boosting help – for change of season allergies and infections – to general immune boosting. So here’s the article I promised I’d write.


There are loads of course, but here are 5 important ones in order:
1. Vitamin C – TOP priority #1 – use Scorbi-Cee or Ester C daily (as much as possible)
2. Vitamin E – part of over 200 biochemical reactions in the body – critical to immunity
3. Vitamin D3 – crucial for a healthy immune system
4. Zinc – improves immunity and slows inflammation
5. Selenium – also a powerful immune modulator


FRESH food is always best – I must stress this! Not out of a box or packet

1. Garlic – anti-viral, antibacterial and antifungal, powerful immune stimulant and natural antibiotic
2. Broths – especially chicken broth – has powerful healing properties (just like mum said it did – and we all know mum’s never wrong)
3. Hot tea – seriously! Full of polyphenols and antioxidants (not with sugar & milk!)
4. Ginger – either as a tea or in food – powerful antimicrobial
5. Spices – especially turmeric, cinnamon and cayenne
6. Leafy greens – very powerful antioxidants and nutrients are present
7. Fresh animal protein – not the takeaway kind – builds and repairs the body
8. Healthy fats – not vegetable oils, but real butter, olive oil, lard – all good
9. Liver – one of nature’s secret remedies, has vitamin A needed for respiratory and skin health
10. Avocados – a good source of nutrition, decrease inflammation, immune modulators
11. Salmon – one of the best foods to eat for good health – full of healthy fats and nutrients
12. Fish oil – one of the most important anti-inflammatory, immune builders around
13. Water – make sure you are always well hydrated


Follow the above, of course. But add in natural antiviral AV/AT and AntiBioBotanical (natural antibiotic, with loads of vitamin C!) Find these and all the above in my OFFICIAL online store here.



You can simply click on the name of each product mentioned above (in bold) and a hyperlink will take you directly to the product for an easy purchase.

Originally published on in 2020.

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