Fitting nutrition for immunity should contain foods and other active substances that are known to stimulate and balance immune responses.
A study found that 90 minutes of mild- to moderate-intensity exercise after vaccinations increases the body’s antibody response.
A diet that is high in fructose, found in sugary processed drinks and foods, could keep the body’s immune system from functioning properly.
With colds and respiratory diseases re-emerging as the world opens up, it’s time to pause and fine tune what we know about the immune system.
Higher cardiorespiratory fitness levels correlate to a lower risk of hospitalization for those who get COVID-19, according to a study.
Have you heard the claims that strenuous exercise can suppress the immune system and increase infection risk?
Tips on how to use safety measures to adapt resistance training to meet new logistical and health challenges during the pandemic.