LR LIFETAKT SOLUTIONS 35 EXPERT TIPS: Dr. Sven Werchan Nutritional expert LIFESTYLE Your outer balance automatically affects your inner self. Less stress and more sleep are important elements for a functioning immune system. • If you notice a cold coming on: treat yourself to a lot of rest and go to bed an hour earlier. • If you still caught a cold, air the room several times a day. This reduces the concentration of infectious microorganisms in the room. NUTRITION Our food contains so many beneficial substances: Especially plants and spices can boost our immune system. • Kiwi is a real vitamin C powerhouse – with over 50% of the daily requirement in a single fruit. • If you feel a little under the weather, Grandma's popular chicken broth with meat warms from within and is comforting. “Fresh air is a real all-rounder if you proceed with care and are well prepared. Outdoors, in air-conditioned rooms or wherever there are a lot of people in the same location, your immune system can withstand any onslaught – if you combine a healthy diet, sufficient exercise and a balanced lifestyle. For a holistic sense of well-being at any time of the year.” Dr. Sven Werchan, nutrition expert MOVEMENT In order to be fit and stay fit, exercise is the be-all and end-all. It doesn't always have to be an extensive workout. • 5–10 minutes a day in the fresh air can already make a difference. Take a short walk and breathe in and out deeply through your nose. • Do not sit in one position for too long. Get up often, stretch and take a few steps. Take a breath.
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