How Low Impact Exercise can Improve Your Immune System
The second wave of the pandemic is here—and with the virus mutating, the need for individuals (both in and out of the healthcare industry) to administer self-care has become paramount. Immunity is your body's first line of defence against COVID-19—and there are things you can do to boost it.
This course will focuses on how low impact exercise can improve your immunity, teaching you practices for boosting it.
The objective of this course is for you to understand the nuances of your body—from your mindset to gut health and from cardiac activity to the respiratory system—to ensure everything is in sync for a state of being that can provide you immunity against the virus.
Get a roadmap to stomach health and learn about the importance of aids like probiotics when it comes to overall immunity.
Low Impact Exercise
Explore the exercises that are ideal for any lifestyle and can bring your immunity levels up without straining your body or causing injury.
Discover the importance of hydration, learn how a well-hydrated body is better at fighting diseases.
While there is always a chance that you might catch the virus, there are things you can do to keep yourself safe. But why stop at the external precautions like masks and sanitisers?
Access this course to increase your knowledge on how you can raise your immunity levels and prepare your body well for worst-case scenarios—after all, prevention is better than cure!
Dr Liz Isenring
Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist with a PhD, Director of LINC Nutrition and Honorary Adjunct Professor, Bond University
Dr Liz empowers people to Be Healthy via the healing power of nutrition. Dr Liz is Director of LINC Nutrition, Adjunct Honorary Professor at Bond University, international speaker, author of over 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers, best-selling author and received over 4 million dollars in research support. She has been on the board of the Maggie Beer Foundation, Dietitian Connection and international and national professional organisations. As a foodie, Dr Liz loves to help business owners improve their energy, productivity and health via the 3 pillars of MINDSET, MENU and MOVEMENT.