How To Naturally Boost Your Immune System


How To Naturally Boost Your Immune System

No diet, workout, supplement, herb, or medicine holds the key to health – we do.

A big part of that is making sure we’re creating a nourishing environment that lets our immune system protect and keep our body in balance.

Here’s how to make daily choices that will strengthen your immune system and prevent you from calling in sick.

1. Eat An Antioxidant-Rich Diet

The most primitive way to keep the immune system strong is by choosing the right fuel sources. The majority of our immune system is found right in our guts in the form of bacteria. Though many aspects of a lifestyle will affect our gut flora, food is a big one.

To keep the immune system strong, we need to keep our gut bacteria strong, and to do this, we need to feed them properly.

But what does healthy bacteria like to eat? The simple answer: real food, as natural as it can come. Adhering to a Keto diet is a great foundation.

A Keto diet – when done right – is rich in fresh, local produce, ethically-raised animal products, herbs, nuts, and seeds. These foods benefit the immune system by providing an array of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, antioxidants, and other nutrients.

Antioxidants come in many forms, and their main job is to balance the body from the offsets of stress. When the body is stressed, free radicals form and cause oxidation. Choosing the right foods is one simple way to keep the body protected from the damaging effects of oxidation.

2. Get Enough Minerals

I mention minerals separate from diet because in the modern world, it’s not uncommon to find mineral deficiencies even in the best diet. This could be caused by several different factors, like the health of the soil the food is grown in, a lack of variety in foods, and even one’s personal digestive abilities.

Some research suggests that deficiencies in minerals like zinc, selenium, copper, and iron can lead to immune deficiency. The good news is that there are easy ways to make sure we’re meeting our basic nutrition requirements.

First, we need to stop doing the things that throw our bodies off-balance.

Digestive inflammation and inflammatory foods can make it difficult to absorb important minerals like zinc. Switching over to a nutrient-rich diet is the first step toward keeping the digestive system strong.

Then we can look at consuming particular foods rich in the minerals we want for a healthy immune system. Selenium is best found in wild-caught seafood and Brazil nuts (be sure to sprout your nuts first).

Pumpkin seeds and grass-fed beef are rich in iron and zinc. Overall, the best way to go is choosing a Paleo diet with an emphasis on food rotation, variety, wild foods, and optimal digestion.

3. Consider Medicinal Herbs And Spices

Take one trip into a health food or vitamin store, and you will see hundreds of bottles of herbs claiming to boost the immune system. However, can we trust that they actually work?

The truth is, we still don’t know for sure if certain herbs actually raise the level of antibodies and how exactly they impact the immune system. The complexity of the immune system is still one of science’s greatest mysteries, as it ties into endless components. However, this doesn’t mean that the use of herbs should be discredited completely.

Many ancient forms of healing, tracing all the way to Biblical times, acclaim the use of herbs for healing. Some of the most studied and used herbs for immune function include: aloe vera, echinacea, astragalus, ginseng, garlic, and turmeric. These herbs have been used for centuries with renowned benefits. As always, speak with your functional practitioner first and remember to seek out the freshest and highest-quality of these herbs.


4. Understand Stress

Stress can dramatically affect both our mental and physical well-being.

Stress comes in many forms: nutritional, physical, mental, emotional, electromagnetic, heat, and more. Stress from a physics standpoint is force counterforce, or one intention against another. This is why you feel stress when you are pushing weights or in an argument.

The way to manage stress is to first identify what the exact stress is. Is it dietary stress from a food intolerance? Is it from too much work and too little sleep? Maybe even a relationship?

Stress is going to be found wherever there is a certain conflict. Remove the conflict – your opposition to the situation – and the stress goes away.

For example, if you are stressed from lack of sleep, confront both sides of the conflict. Why do you need more sleep (not able to concentrate on work, easily irritated by others) and why aren’t you getting it?

Once you pinpoint these factors (more easily said than done), you can start to come up with a solution.

5. Be Grateful

It is said that our realities are shaped by our own perspective. If it’s beautiful outside, it is because you looked outside, liked what you saw and you decided it was a good day. Being thankful for life’s everyday occurrences is a great perspective. Gratitude has even been associated with better sleep, better mood, and less fatigue.

As Einstein said, “There are two ways to live. You can live as if nothing is a miracle, or you can live as if everything is a miracle.”

6. Focus On Intimacy & Relationships

Trying to scientifically measure the physiological effects of stress from lack of intimacy and healthy relationships is inevitably difficult. This is largely because, as we learned in the previous point, each individual responds to stress differently. For one individual, more isolation than normal may be required to create balance, while for another, that same amount of isolation may cause disharmony. However, one thing is for sure, if you are feeling isolated and lonely, it’s likely to bring down your immune system.

A study found that lack of social support can result in depression. It’s no easy task to find a true friend or social group and experience intimacy; however, it’s always worth trying. Stay true to your desires and seek genuine social interactions that involve your passions.

7. Detoxify Your Life

I tell my clients when I first consult with them that health is more about what you take out, and less about what you put in. A green juice detox will never make up for a weekend of binge eating. The real secret to a high-quality level of health is to locate and remove what is diminishing it.

Pareto’s Law says that 20 percent (or less) of our input determines 80 percent (or more) of our output. What 20 percent of what you do is causing 80 percent of your health concerns? While coaching clients and myself, I’ve learned that there’s one main vice that supports all of the other symptoms.

I suggest taking an honest look at your own actions and finding out what that vice may be for you. From there, find out what your quality of your health would be like if you removed that one thing. It’s likely different for everyone, but the results will be the same — improved health.

Once you locate and remove the main imbalance — could be a physical, mental, or emotional stress, a certain food craving, etc. — in your life, the rest will wash away. This is the key to detoxifying: removing the bad so we can welcome in only the best of the best.

8. Create Balance

Life is a balancing act. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, practitioners look at the body as a whole and seek to balance the different qualities of the body in terms of heat, air, earth, and water. What we learn from these ancient practitioners and even modern science is that some stress can be good – this is called eustress. Eustress actually improves our resistance to stress.

Take exercise, for example. When we exercise, we create a stress. To a certain point, this is eustress, or good stress. However, if we don’t look at the big picture — our sleep, diet, etc. — we can easily overdo things and overexercise. Then, what started out as a good form of stress turns sour.

To create balance in your life, you can replace distress (bad stress) with more eustress. A few ways to do this are to exercise daily, practice deep breathing, think positively, meditate, laugh, and express yourself verbally or artistically.

10 Antiviral Herbs to Naturally Fight Infection & How to Use Them

There’s no need to explain the dread and exhaustion that comes with fighting a virus. Whether it be the common cold or the flu — the nausea, congestion, and other symptoms, can almost be too much to bear.

These symptoms usually result in fleeing to your doctor, in search of a pill, to make it all go away as fast as possible. And while there is definitely a time and place for prescription medications, have you paused for a moment to consider a prescription from nature? Why Use Herbs to Fight Viruses?

Unlike prescription medicines, whose list of potential side effects are often longer than their list of benefits, antiviral herbs often have little to no side effects. These herbs can be traced back to as early as Ancient Egypt and China, where they were also used as natural remedies.

Many, like licorice root, are also so effective that they are being considered for use as broad-spectrum, non-prescription antivirals.

By sticking with these antiviral herbs, you can stop viruses in their tracks, boost your immune system, and avoid the chemical toxins found in prescription drugs.

Top 10 Antiviral Herbs

1. Oregano

It turns out that this fragrant herb offers far more than a zesty flavor.

Oregano, and specifically oregano oil that has been extracted from the plant, contains significant antiviral properties. Studies show its active component, carvacrol, can inactivate viruses like human norovirus (sometimes referred to as the “vomit bug”) within one hour of contact.

In addition, Mexican oregano oil has been shown to be effective against viruses like acyclovir-resistant herpes simplex virus type 1 and human respiratory syncytial virus.

Keep in mind, that while it’s great to cook with oregano, you might need to go the oil route to get the most antiviral benefits.

2. Echinacea

Echinacea is one of the most popular antiviral herbs on the market when it comes to fighting viruses and bacteria, and for good reason. Not only does it have the ability to boost your immune system by stimulating the production of cells to help fight infections, but it also contains phytochemicals that fight and help reduce infections once they occur.

3. Garlic

From ancient India to the medieval streets of Europe, garlic has a long history of use when it comes to infections. Some of these uses included using garlic as a treatment for leprosy, parasitic infections, and as an antibiotic for infectious diseases.

Today, garlic’s reputation as a potent antimicrobial is well-known. Studies have shown that it has the ability to combat the flu virus, the common head cold virus, HIV, and pneumonia, to name a few.

4. Elderberry

If you’re suffering from the flu, elderberry should be your go-to for relief.

Studies have shown that people infected with influenza virus A and B experience 91 percent improvement after taking elderberry for seven days, while also reducing their fevers and increasing their feelings of improvement.

Elderberry is commonly taken alongside echinacea to boost your immune system, while at the same time eradicating the flu virus.

5. Astragalus Root

Astragalus root is more well-known as an adaptogen herb whose role is to help improve your body’s reaction to stress. However, research has shown this root also contains powerful antiviral properties.

One study revealed that astragalus root is effective at inhibiting the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), while another showed that it inhibits RNA replication in some virus strains. In simple terms, astragalus root could be your best friend whenever you’re looking to stop a virus from multiplying and getting worse.

6. Olive Leaf

Olive leaf, which indeed hails from the olive tree, is another fantastic antiviral. It’s main compound, oleuropein, has been shown to inhibit the spreading of viruses by not allowing them to attach to healthy cells. In addition, studies have shown that exposing certain viruses to oleuropein in their early stages reduced their infection potential by 10 to 30 percent.

Other studies have even shown that olive leaf can inhibit certain antiviral effects on HIV by inhibiting replication.

7. Ginger

Not only is ginger an excellent remedy for the nausea and stomach upset you might feel when fighting a virus, but it also wages war against the virus itself. It does this by blocking the attachment of viruses to areas that are commonly infected first, like your airways.

Keep in mind that many of the studies showing ginger’s effectiveness use fresh ginger rather than dried.

8. Licorice Root

Licorice root has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its antiviral effects. Modern studies have caught up, and now conclude that compounds in the root called triterpenoids are extremely effective when it comes to viral immunity. It has been shown to have antiviral effects against viruses like the herpes virus, SARS, HIV, and influenza, and is being recognized as a potential broad-spectrum antiviral.

9. Cat’s Claw

Cat’s claw, hailing from a woody vine in the Amazon rainforest, is another herb with spectacular antiviral properties. Specifically, cat’s claw works to supercharge your immune system, while simultaneously repairing damaged DNA and boosting your virus-fighting white blood cells.

10. Calendula

Calendula, also called pot marigold, is mainly used throughout the Western world as an ornamental plant. However, calendula’s flowers have been shown to fight viruses like rhinovirus and vesicular stomatitis by reducing their multiplication.

Calendula is also recognized as a cleansing herb that helps treat chronic infections and reduces inflammation, as well as helping heal ulcers and eradicate ear infections.

How to Use Antiviral Herbs


Try steeping any of these antiviral herbs into a tea. Add 1 tablespoon of your favorite herb to 1 cup of hot water, and let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes. To naturally sweeten your tea and boost its nourishing properties, add a bit of honey.

Alternatively, you can purchase pre-packaged teas such as ginger, licorice, or elderberry.


Combine 1 to 2 drops of antiviral essential oils with a carrier oil (like coconut oil or jojoba oil), and rub them onto your chest or feet, or add 2 to 3 drops to a warm bath.

Diffusers and Steams

Diffuser for essential oilsAnother way to use antiviral herbs, in their essential oil form, is to add around 7 drops to an essential oil diffuser, if you have one.

Alternatively, you can make an antiviral steam treatment by adding an oil to justboiled water and inhaling the steam. This method is great for head colds and upper respiratory viruses.


If you’re short on time, purchasing these antiviral herbs in supplement form might be your next best option. Many of these can be found in your local heath food shop in standalone capsules, or in combination as part of an antiviral blend.


Try upping the amount of garlic and oregano in your recipes when you’re suffering from a virus. Roast garlic in the oven with chicken and veggies, add sautéed garlic and oregano to eggs for a Mediterranean twist, or add chopped garlic and oregano to spaghetti squash “pasta.” Or make a batch of these easy, slow-cooker garlic and oregano mushrooms!


While it may be tempting to down as many antiviral herbs as you can to get rid of your virus, keep in mind that while most have little to no negative side effects to date, that doesn’t mean that you should take an unreasonable amount. Use them, but avoid going overboard. And as always, consult with your doctor first, especially if you are pregnant or taking other medications.

Brew up these teas, tonics, and broths for a quick immunity boost.

Cold and flu season are upon us, but that doesn’t mean you have to take it lying down. Whether you’re fighting a bug or just want the immunity to avoid it, these hot drinks will help your body mount its best defense while providing delicious and soothing comfort in a cup. So pour yourself a steaming mug and sip your way to a stronger immune system!


This drink boasts the warmth and zest of turmeric paired with the comforting creamy texture of coconut milk, with a dash of anti-inflammatory cinnamon. It’s quick and easy to make, so even if you’re already coming down with something, you can whip this together in about five minutes.

Turmeric lowers inflammation and kills viral invaders. Cinnamon is extremely high in antioxidants and fights certain infections.


  • 8 oz full-fat coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp Ceylon cinnamon
  • Pinch of black pepper
  • Dash of vanilla extract

How To Make It

1. Warm the coconut milk in a saucepan over medium heat until it just starts to bubble.

2. Whisk in the rest of the ingredients. Simmer for one more minute, then pour into a mug and drink immediately.


Believe it or not, black teas are so potent at fighting viruses that those who regularly drink several cups a day have more protection than those who don’t. Chai tea is a blend of black tea along with several spices and herbs, like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, clove, and fennel. Enjoy 2-4 cups daily for maximum antioxidant benefits, but be sure to choose decaf if you’re sensitive to caffeine.

Black tea is antiviral and contains antioxidants that boost immunity. Cloves have antiviral properties. Cinnamon has antioxidants and boosts the body’s ability to fight infection. Ginger also reduces inflammation and helps the body deal with respiratory infections.


  • 1-2 tea bags of black or chai tea
  • 8-12 oz boiled water
  • ½ tsp cloves
  • Optional: ½ tsp raw honey

How To Make It

1. Brew the tea according to instructions.

2. Sprinkle with the cloves and add a bit of honey for sweetener if desired.


While this might be the simplest of all warm drink options, it’s a tried and true classic. Warm water is soothing to the digestive tract while raw honey can specifically boost immune response. Drink first thing in the morning to get yourself hydrated.


  • Raw honey boosts immunity.
  • 8 oz warm (not hot) water
  • 1-2 tbsp raw honey

How To Make It

1. Stir the honey into the water and drink immediately.


The soothing combination of ginger and lemon can settle an uneasy stomach in a hurry. Bonus: It also provides vitamin C and antioxidant benefits that can help you stave off those infections in the first place.

Ginger is anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and fights respiratory infections. ● Lemon is high in vitamin C, which can ease cold symptoms if taken soon enough.


  • 8 oz water
  • 3-4 slices of fresh ginger root
  • ½ lemon

How To Make It

1. Boil the water in a saucepan and add the ginger root.

2. Simmer for 5-10 minutes.

3. Remove from heat and discard the ginger root. Squeeze the fresh lemon juice into the ginger tea, pour into a mug and drink warm.


While not as popular as green or black tea, hibiscus tea is the most antiviral tea out there. This reddish pink tea has a taste somewhere between cranberry and green tea, with a refreshing herbal tang.

Caution: Hibiscus tea is not safe for pregnant women as it can increase uterine contractions. Hibiscus can help to prevent and treat the flu and also happens to be rich in vitamin C too.


  • 8-12 oz of boiling water
  • 1-2 tea bags of hibiscus tea
  • 1 cinnamon stick or ½ tsp Ceylon cinnamon

How To Make It

1. Pour the boiling water over the tea and cinnamon and let it steep for 5 minutes. 2. Stir and strain before drinking.


Thyme contain medicinal properties that are great for treating a sore throat or cough. While these are popular for being used in chicken dishes, shepherd’s pie, and more, it can also be brewed as a tea, which is a perfect remedy for sickness or when you feel a cold coming on.

Thyme helps treat coughs.


  • 8 oz water
  • 1 tbsp dried thyme

How To Make It

1. Heat the water in a saucepan until boiling, then add the thyme.

2. Turn off the heat and steep for 8-10 minutes.

3. Strain, then drink warm


Chicken soup is good for the soul and for fighting cold viruses. This isn’t just a folk remedy either, but is backed by actual research. If you’re too tired to make your own chicken soup from scratch, you can purchase an organic, small-batch brand of chicken bone broth instead, which supports gut health.

Onions and garlic are both rich in sulfur compounds that help to boost immune activity and reducing viral footholds.


  • 12 cups of water
  • 1 chicken carcass
  • 1 onion, quartered
  • 10 garlic cloves, quartered
  • 2 large carrots, chopped
  • 2 parsnips, chopped
  • Pinch of rosemary
  • Pinch of thyme
  • Salt and pepper, to taste


1. Combine all the ingredients in a stockpot. Bring to a boil and then simmer at low heat for 8-24 hours.

2. Strain out the solids. Pour into a mug and sip warm.

3. Refrigerate the leftovers for up to three days.


Green tea is antiviral and packed with antioxidants, and when paired with the coconut oil in this simple but creamy drink, it’s a hot beverage that will destroy any cold.

Green tea (and matcha) is antiviral and packed with antioxidants. Coconut oil destroys viruses, bacteria, and fungi.


  • 10 oz water
  • 1 green tea bag
  • 1 tsp matcha powder
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil

How To Make It

1. Boil the water in a saucepan. Turn off the heat, add a green tea bag and steep for 3-5 minutes.

2. Whisk in the matcha powder and coconut oil.

3. For a frothy drink, pulse a few times with an immersion blender.

4. Pour into a mug and drink hot.


Ever hear of mushroom coffee? Medicinal mushrooms are ground into a powder and mixed with espresso for a beverage that may sound strange. However, these powerful little fungi contain potent immuno-modulating capabilities – meaning, they can help to improve how the immune system functions.

When choosing your mushroom powder, make sure it is clearly labeled as “medicinal”. Medicinal mushrooms, like lion’s mane and chaga, stimulate the immune system to work more effectively. Collagen is a protein found throughout our bodies and helps to reduce inflammation and support gut health.


  • 1 cup of brewed coffee
  • 1 tsp of medicinal mushroom powder
  • 1 tbsp collagen peptides powder

How To Make It

1. Make your coffee as usual and then sprinkle the medicinal mushroom powder on top.

2. Add collagen and stir. Drink hot.


Hot chocolate when you’re sick or to ward off colds and flu? The store-bought kind won’t cut it, but you can make your own immune-boosting hot chocolate using raw cacao and coconut milk. Delicious and defensive for your immunity.

Raw cacao is packed with antioxidants and can fight a cough. Cinnamon is also high in antioxidants and fights certain infections. Coconut milk is a rich source of healthy fats.


  • 8 oz full-fat coconut milk
  • 2-3 tbsp raw cacao
  • 1 tsp Ceylon cinnamon
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • Optional: 1 tsp coconut sugar

How To Make It

1. Warm the coconut milk in a saucepan over medium heat.

2. Whisk in the rest of the ingredients and let simmer for 3-5 minutes.

3. Pour into a mug and drink warm.

And Now A Quick Message From My Friends At BioTRUST

Hello, Dr. Roberson, BioTRUST Medical Doctor, here with an important message if you’re thinking about using Vitamin C to support your immune system during these uncertain times.
In a word, DON’T. (At least not by itself…)
Now don’t get me wrong, good old Vitamin C has positive immune-supporting effects, and some studies have shown that supplementing with mega-doses of intravenous Vitamin C (through an IV) can reduce viral illnesses, such as the common cold, as well as decreasing the amount of time you stay sick.
But with social distancing and crowded doctor’s offices, IVs aren’t a good idea; plus, no one likes to be jabbed with a needle, not to mention the expense is usually over $200.
And if you’re thinking about taking Vitamin C in a pill form, that’s fine, but research indicates you’d need to take 3,000 to 6,000 mgs per day to really optimize your immune system in scary times like these. That’s TWELVE to TWENTY-FOUR 250mg capsules, every single day.
Gulp, I can’t imagine taking 12 to 24 pills of Vitamin C a day to get what you need — not to mention the upset stomach taking that much could cause.
But desperate times call for desperate measures and using only Vitamin C during today’s health crisis is like bringing a knife to a gunfight. Instead, you really need to arm yourself with the BEST protection money can buy.
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