5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Boost Immunity

8 February, 2016

2. Keep a P.M.A (Positive Mental Attitude):

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People who expressed more positive emotions were much less likely to become sick than those who expressed fewer positive emotions according to Sheldon Cohen an immunity researcher at Carnegie-Mellon University. Cohen found that people are five times more likely to develop a cold if they have significant stress in their life persisting for a month or more. Another reason to keep a P.M.A, those subjects also reported milder symptoms when they were sick.

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Andrea D'Ambrosio

Andrea D’Ambrosio

Registered Dietitian, RD at Dietetic Directions

Andrea is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Dietetic Directions, a nutritional counselling and education company. Andrea’s mission is to inspire clients through motivation and guidance to achieve life-long health behaviour changes. She has taken continuing education in the areas of Food Allergy and Food Hypersensitivity, Health Research Literacy, Motivational Interviewing & Coaching for Behaviour Change.

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One Response to “5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Boost Immunity”

April 24, 2020 at 8:50 am, Eva said:

Thanks for sharing the article after reading your article I can follow proper diet plan as you suggested.

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