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Immune Boosting Wellness Box

$49.95

For individuals with compromised immune function, are on long-term antibiotics, or those who want to have a stronger immune system, produce rich in antioxidants and antifungals help to reduce cell damage and enhance immune system health. Your immune system helps your body fight infections by adding a layer of nutrient-based protection. 

  • Feeds up to 2 people 
  • Dietician approved 
  • Box is not customizable
  • Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need

Aim for five to seven servings of vegetables and fruits daily to get the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support immune health. Your wellness box will be full of nutrients that support immune health including antioxidants, vitamin C and D, beta carotene, zinc and folate.* 

*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

For individuals with compromised immune function, are on long-term antibiotics, or if you simply want to have a stronger  immune system,  produce rich in antioxidants and anti-fungals help to reduce cell damage and enhance immune system health. Your immune system helps your body fight infections by adding a layer of nutrient-based protection. A robust immune system can help you stay healthy and ward off seasonal viruses such as the common cold. Along with exercise, ample sleep and other healthy practices, a balanced diet that includes plenty of fresh vegetables can help boost your immune system. Aim for five to seven servings of vegetables and fruits daily to get the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support immune health.*


*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

Within the last decade more research has been done to better understand the body's immune response. Especially with the recent COVID pandemic, those who are immunocompromised have required additional resources to be spent researching and protecting this population group. People with primary immunodeficiency (PI) have an immune system that does not work correctly making them more likely to get and become severely ill from infections. This population tends to have past medical histories including ear and sinus infections, pneumonia, bronchitis, meningitis, skin infections, and severe infections often requiring multiple medications or hospitalizations. People with PI are also more likely to have autoimmune disorders and certain blood disorders including cancer.

Until we understand more about genetics and the body's immune response, it is important patients are taking steps to prevent infection by ensuring they have a diet rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.*
*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

Vegetables are high in vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, which are key to a healthy immune system. Antioxidants, such as beta carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E, are especially important in helping your body fight illness.*

Eat the rainbow
Antioxidants are typically high in vegetables rich in color, especially ones that are purple, red, orange and yellow. 

Eat more of these fruits and vegetables: 


Vegetables: Sweet Potatoes, Spinach, Carrots, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Sweet Peppers, Beet Greens, Garlic, Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Acorn Squash, Spaghetti Squash, Cauliflower, Sun Exposed Mushrooms

Fruits: Mango, Citrus, Berries, Melons, Strawberries, Kiwifruit, Apricots, Papaya, Clementines

*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

Fermenting fresh vegetables creates naturally occurring probiotics, which increase immune response. Try this quick recipe for sauerkraut that you can make once and use for months:


Quick Homemade Sauerkraut


Gather: 1 head of cabbage, 3-4 teaspoons of salt, a glass quart jar


Preparation: Remove any damaged outer layers from the cabbage and throw away. Cut out the core and rinse the cabbage well, allowing the water to flow between the cabbage leaves. Drain well. Set one cabbage leaf aside and thinly shred the remaining cabbage with a knife. Place in a large bowl and sprinkle with salt; let sit for 15 minutes.


What To Do: Stir cabbage mixture and pack firmly into a clean glass quart or Mason jar. Pour the liquid that was released on top. Cut a small area of the remaining cabbage leaf and place it on top of the packed-down cabbage as a weight to keep all the shredded cabbage in the water.


Screw a plastic lid onto the jar. Place the jar in a small plate (to catch any overflow) and allow fermenting at room temperature until the kraut is as sour as you like it. This usually takes about 1–4 weeks. After it's done fermenting, store the sauerkraut in the refrigerator.


Quick Tip:
You can enjoy fruits and vegetables raw or cooked, but it's important to note that fruits and vegetables lose vitamin C when heated or stored for long periods of time. To get the most nutrients, eat them as soon as possible or blanche and quick freeze to lock in nutrients.

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