How To Boost Your Immune System, Naturally

How To Boost Your Immune System, Naturally

If you want to take your health into your own hands, the first thing on your list should be focusing on boosting your immune system. What science hasn’t understood until lately is that between 70% to 80% of your immune system is located in your gut. Things like balancing your microbiome, eating a clean and healthy diet, avoiding sugar and processed foods, and in general, healing your gut with essential nutrients can have a profound effect on your resiliency and immune system health. But there are other factors beside what you put into your body that have immune boosting effects as well, such as what you do, and how you think and the amount of stress in your life.

Overall wellness is truly a combination of mind, body and spirit all working together so we have curated list of things you can do to start to flip your immune system including nutritional, physical and mindset practices. We suggest starting with nutrition as the lead, because what you put into your body will help flip your energy levels, which in turn flips and motivation and mood.

Add the simple things you can do every day then level up and think about adopting some of the other practices along your journey to optimum immunity and health.


  • Get easy and elevated nutritional support by adding our convenient FLIP 7 whole meal replacement. It’s a one and done solution with 7 health extending blends to provide key nutritional supplements and immune boosting ingredients to support gut health, whole body wellness and provide a full day of vitamins and minerals. It includes:
    • Prebiotics and Probiotics
    • Digestive Enzymes
    • Super Food Greens
    • Adaptogenic Blend including medicinal mushrooms
    • Antioxidant and Berry Blend
    • Plant protein Blend
    • Immune boosting Vitamins and Minerals including Vitamin D, Zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamins B6 + B12, Magnesium and more.
  • Eat whole foods and up your citrus intake.
  • Eliminate processed foods and sugar.
  • Reduce alcohol consumption.
  • Protect your sleep and get 7-8 hours a night.
  • Don’t smoke.
  • Get 15 minutes of morning sun.
  • Walk 30-45 minutes a day.
  • Practice excellent hygiene and keep your hands clean with frequent washing.
  • Reduce stress. Stress triggers inflammation which has a profound negative effect on immunity.
  • Practice meditation to lower cortisol levels.
  • Reduce negative thinking.
  • Stay hydrated and drink Matcha or Green Tea

              Bonus practices:

              • Weight workouts to increase muscle and strength.
              • Cold/Hot exposure. (You can do this in the shower if you don’t have access to a cold plunge)
              • Red light therapy or infrared sauna
              • Practice Breathwork techniques to reduce stress
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