BodyBoost Colostrum for Holiday

BodyBoost Colostrum for Holiday

The holidays are here again, my goddess, how this year just zipped right by. As the temperatures cool and the desire to hibernate kicks in, we may need an extra boost to the immune system. Let you keep up with holiday parties, family visits, and the uptake of eggnog and fruit cakes.

Enjoy every second with these quick tips to keep healthy habits in balance with the holiday debauchery.


  • Cinnamon

We all know sugar is going to be at the party and that our fingers have tiny little magnets that find treats magically attached to them. Add cinnamon to said sugary treats. It helps regulate blood sugar levels. Moreover, it has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and the transport of glucose by decreasing insulin resistance at the cellular level. In this way, cinnamon is a powerful tool to help prevent diabetes and obesity. In addition, studies show that it decreases inflammation, controls vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), and decreases the proliferation of cancer cells. And as if that wasn’t enough, it has also shown to inhibit Tau aggregation associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and block cell swelling associated with strokes. Source


  • Water

Drink and be merry. It is pumpkin season after all! Pumpkin Chai Lattes, Pumpkin Spiced Rum, Spiced Pumpkin Bourbon Punch, Pumpkin Gingerbread Martini…. How can you say no? Just say yes to a glass of water every drink or two. The body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues. Water helps regulate its temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Both coffee and alcohol are very dehydrating. Dehydration can cause headaches, hangovers, sad-looking skin, and a compromised immune system. Additionally, as a side benefit,  if you drink a tall glass of water before the celebratory meal, you’ll be less likely to overeat. Put some fresh fruit, citrus, or herbs like mint in your water to give it a fancy, festive feel and a hint of decadence.


  • Play

So maybe a trip to the gym or a 3-mile jog isn’t at the top of your fun list this holiday season. There are other ways to sneak in a little exercise under the watchful eye of the fun police. Get a game of tag football going or a family trip to a nearby zoo. Walking doesn’t exercise, right? We won’t tell 😉 Science is now showing that even as little as 10-15 minutes of exercise per day can be enough to improve blood flow, circulation, metabolism, sleep patterns, and mood. If you’re having fun, engaged in a group activity, it doesn’t even feel like exercise, it feels more like play.


  • BodyBoost

The body’s immune system is sure to be working overtime around the holiday season. Late nights, compromised schedules, last-minute visitors, excessive food, and alcohol. Be kind to your body by giving it a boost of immune-building colostrum. Colostrum is nutrient-rich and loaded with immune and growth factors. It helps ward off foreign invaders, boost good bacteria in the gut and heal damaged tissue and inflammation throughout the body. When your immune system is healthy, you can pull off all the debauchery of the holiday season with grace and style.


BodyBoost Colostrum is a 100% natural product that strengthens the immune system. It is helping the body in its natural healing process. Whether you have a serious health issue, the occasional common cold, or need to recover from rigorous physical training or holiday debauchery. BodyBoost helps get your body back into balance without any harmful side effects. Try our new environmentally friendly bag of Boost at no risk with our money-back guarantee.

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BodyBoost colostrum is the first milking after birth and is spray dried using low pressure indirect steam and carefully controlled temperatures to produce a high-quality powder while protecting the colostral proteins. Each colostrum product batch is thoroughly analyzed prior to shipment to assure its quality, efficacy and safety.

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