The immune system is the body's defence against diseases and infections. It attacks organisms and substances that invade the body and cause disease (known as pathogens) through a series of steps called the immune response. In this blog we are going to look at nutrients you can find in foods and drinks that have been proven to help the immune system do its job. Below each nutrient we have listed some foods you might try and add to your diet to help your immune system.
As we get older our sleeping patterns and routines can change making us more likely to wake during the night or early morning. The recommended amount of sleep per night is 7-9 hours. If you lose a night or two of sleep, or sleep poorly, you may feel groggy and irritable. But if this continues, lack of sleep can affect your overall health and put you at risk of serious medical conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. But what if you are struggling to sleep?
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