T cells are the most important cells in adaptive immune response because these immune hunters can seek and destroy an infected cell. Unquestionably, building an army of these cells is the single most important defense we have against Covid 19.
And although a robust immune system will not totally prevent us from getting the virus, it will offer additional protection. Furthermore, a strong immunity can lessen symptoms if you contract the disease.
As we all know, this pandemic has been distressing, frightening, and disruptive. There is currently no vaccine to prevent the coronavirus, so the best way to prevent illness is to wear a mask, social distance, and maintain a healthy body. My number one goal is to keep you safe and well, and I hope today's conversation adds to your health and longevity.
This podcast is dedicated to building, boosting and increasing T cells along with:
- Why T cells are the most critical defense against Covid-19
- How to improve, boost and increase immunity cells
- How immune cells can protect against cancer
- Zinc's special relationship with immunity
- The best plant-based sources of zinc
- Zinc boosting recipes
- Superfoods to build T cells
Thank you for joining me today.
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Please stay strong and stay well!