Good resistance levels will protect you against bad bacteria, yeasts, and viruses.
Our resistance is weakened by, among other things, a poor and one-sided diet, poor condition of the intestinal system, disturbances in the bacterial strain, environmental toxins, and continuous stress and rush. Lack of important vitamins, micronutrients, fatty acids, and good intestinal bacteria is common. These issues will often lead to recurring infections and these, in turn, to micronutrient malnutrition.
In these cases, the body’s natural defence mechanism must be strengthened. Defining the level of micronutrients in the blood and correcting any deficiencies, as well as administering individual nutritional care in addition to medication, can help and put an end to the infections. Relieving stress and suitable exercise also improve resistance.