On Nov. 25, over 1 million travelers were screened passing through American airports — more than any other day since March of this year. Indeed, despite (or perhaps in spite) of the ongoing pandemic, Thanksgiving brought a travel surge henceforth unseen in 2020 as Americans headed home or to visit loved ones in droves.
As Christmas, Hanukkah, and the winter holiday season approach, curfews, travel restrictions, and lockdowns — both at home and abroad — are being debated and implemented by governments and health officials who warn that this holiday travel season will be the riskiest in living memory. Los Angeles County health officials banned all public and private gatherings for at least three weeks and urged residents to stay home as much as possible. Italy has banned travel between its regions between Dec. 21 and Jan. 6. The list of similar actions across the nation around the globe steadily grows.
Those who choose to travel this winter will undoubtedly hear — and would do well to heed — health tips of the sort that have been widely and loudly broadcasted by public health officials, plastered on billboards, advised in PSAs, and regurgitated by mother-in-laws over the past 9 months:
wear a mask!
wash your hands!
get enough sleep!
get your exercise!
and, of course…
MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE!
As we go to and fro in planes, trains, and automobiles and round the bend toward the New Year, it would benefit each and every one of us who seek do so safely to understand the importance of proactive health.
Whoever you are — and whether you decide to venture out or opt to stay home this holiday season — prioritizing a strong immune system will put you and yours in a better position to stay healthy and happy.
BUILDING THE ARMY WITHIN
- What is the immune system?
The immune system is an army of cells, tissues, and organs that together help your body fight germs such as bacteria or viruses — foreign invaders, if you will.
Strong armies are built over the long-term with careful planning and diligent preparation. The best troops are constantly readied for battle so that they can capably respond to expected challenges and unforeseen threats alike.
Similarly, the immune system must be consistently trained and strengthened if it is overcome the challenges it encounters. Hence the importance of proactive health.
- Why are immunobiotics so important?
Banish the concept of ‘boosting’ your immune system from your mind. When thinking about proactive health, the goal should be to build your immune system rather than ‘boosting’ it.
One of the most novel and powerful ways to build your immune system on a daily basis is by taking immunobiotics.
We’ve all heard the term ‘probiotic’. You likely have it printed on a product somewhere in your home — either in your vitamin cabinet on a supplement bottle, in your pantry on a cereal box, or somewhere in your fridge on a tub of yogurt.
Probiotics are good, living bacteria that support your immune and digestive health. Immunobiotics are different, and possibly more powerful.
Immunobiotics “have been shown to exhibit beneficial effects that are equivalent to, or even greater than, live microbes”, according to a leading immunobiotics manufacturer. A Cambridge study states that oral intake of immunobiotics “decreases the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection in healthy subjects with high levels of psychological stress”.
STAY HEALTHY, AMERICA!
Immunobiotics. Rad, right?
At Nouri we want to share the power and benefits of immunobiotics with as many people as possible.
Earlier this year, the Nouri team created Inner Immune, a daily proactive solution for the inveterate traveler and homebody alike.
Yes, we’re telling you about our product.
Yes, you should buy it.
No, this isn’t an ad.
This is just sage health advice…duh.
Inner Immune delivers your daily dose of Immunobiotics: 14 powerful vitamins, minerals, and probiotics formulated together.
Mix it into any liquid. Water. Orange juice. Tequila.
Zero calories. No sugar. Science and flavor. Boom.
Do yourself and your family a favor and take proactive health into your own hands (and guts) by stocking up on and knocking back some Inner Immune.
Rip, pour, mix, drink up!
From our Nouri family to yours, have a safe, joyful, and healthy holiday season.
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