Understanding Nutrition And Immunity
THE HUMAN IMMUNITY SYSTEM
Immunity is our ability to fight against infections and diseases- a complex system that protects the body and defends it from bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
It is categorized into:
- Innate immunity- the first line of defense against foreign substances
- Adaptive immunity- a concern based response mechanism.
THE ROLE OF NUTRITION
Immunity and nutrition complement each other.
You get a majority of your nutrients from food. An imbalanced diet leads to nutrient deficiencies that accelerated the risk of infections, bone and muscle, skin and respiratory concerns.
And with age, the body needs more of a few nutrients to stay healthy.
For a strong immunity, consume the nutrients right for your:
- Age Requirements
- Imbalanced Diet
- Specific Concerns
That is achieved through SkinKraft’s customized 3-step nutritional supplements.
Here’s What Each Customized Supplement Does For You
|Vitamins & Micronutrients*||Physical Barrier Integrity*||Oxidative Burst & Self Protection*||Innate Immune Cell Proliferation, Differentiation, Function & Movement*||Regulation Of Inflammation*||T Cell Proliferation, Differentiation & Function*||Antimicrobial Activity*||Antibody Production & Function*||Cell Mediated Immunity*|
*Particulars in detail:
- Physical Barrier Integrity: Prevents attacks from microorganisms
- Oxidative Burst & Self Protection is rapid release of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) from immune cells, because they are infected by different bacteria or fungi
- Innate Immune Cell Proliferation, Differentiation, Function & Movement: Innate Immunity functioning and enhancement
- Regulation Of Inflammation: Anti-inflammatory Properties
- T Cell Proliferation, Differentiation & Function: the system that tailors the body's immune response to specific pathogens
- Antimicrobial Activity: Antimicrobial Properties
- Antibody Production & Function: Antibody, a protective protein produced by the immune system in response to the presence of a foreign substance
- Cell Mediated Immunity: Immunity dependent on the recognition of foreign substance by T cells and their subsequent destruction