Boost the Immune System

Many people have been asking if there are any natural ways to help boost the immune system and the body’s ability to fight against viruses. Below are suggestions of what I found in my research.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C has shown repetitively that it can reduce the amount of viruses in the body. It has shown success in lung diseases such as ARDS and septic shock. 7 Impressive Benefits of Vitamin C Supplements – › nutrition › vitamin-c-benefits

Vitamin D

In a study published by British Medical Journal of over 11,000 patients with acute respiratory tract infections, Vitamin D of 2500 IU a day, reduced the amount of deaths significantly

In another study at the Trinity College in Dublin called the “Irish Longitudinal Study on ageing” found a 50% reduction in lung infections in patients given Vitamin D. 3 Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D – › health › food-nutrition › benefit…


Quercetin, which is found in onions, has shown promise in inhibiting the way viruses invade the cell. It can “disguise” the outside of the cell, making it harder for the virus to enter. It can also increase the amount of zinc inside the cell. When cells have a high amount of zinc inside, the virus’s ability to use the cell to make more viruses is reduced. The less cells a virus invades in the body, the less ill you become and a faster recovery.

Quercetin is currently being studied to see if it is effective against COVID-19. What Is Quercetin? Benefits, Foods, Dosage, and Side › nutrition › quercetin


NAC or N-acetylcysteine 600 mg a day was shown to reduce the severity of respiratory viruses. Top 9 Benefits of NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) – › nutrition › nac-benefits


Zinc at 40mg a day is critical in stopping viruses from reproducing inside the cells of the body. Zinc: Benefits, Deficiency, Food Sources and Side › nutrition › zinc

I hope these tips will help keep your body running at 100%. I also suggest Chiropractic adjustments to remove stressors that weaken your immune system. To request an appointment, click here.

Be well,

Jeffrey Kraichely, DC