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4 steps for winter wellbeing

4 step action plan

Support your body’s natural defences and improve your odds of staying well this season.

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Don’t fancy being laid low with a cold anytime soon? We hear you! And we’re here to help.

Our four-step action plan is designed to support your immune health.

Combining a range of strategies, discover how to support your body’s natural defence force using food and a few simple lifestyle modifications. Plus, a healthier, more robust immune system isn’t the only thing you’ll get – be prepared to enjoy a few other health perks, too.

Time to complete

  • 4 weeks

Benefits

  • A healthy immune system
  • Better sleep
  • Lower stress levels

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Make your meals pack a punch

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Make your meals pack a punch

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Some nutrients have a well-earned reputation as being immune system superstars. But the flipside is that some of them are also things that, you may not be getting enough. 

So even if your diet’s pretty healthy, you may need to make some adjustments to fill any gaps in your nutrition to support your immune health. 

This week, we’ll introduce you to the handful of vitamins and minerals that can make a difference to your immune health, and show you how to eat more of them. 

Get a good night’s sleep

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Get a good night’s sleep

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When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you can do a lot worse than making it a priority to get enough sleep. Same goes for your immune system – a lack of ZZZ’s can be associated with your body’s ability to protect and fight back against cold-causing viruses. 

Luckily, it’s possible to begin improving the quality and quantity of your sleep in just a few simple steps. Find out what they are and how to make the most of them, this week.
 

Get your gut on side

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Get your gut on side

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The bacteria that live in your gut are responsible for a lot more than digesting your food. It is thought that they may keep your immune system in good shape too. 

This week, we’ll show you what you can do, eat and take to tweak not only how healthy and diverse your gut microbiome is, but also that they support your immune health.
 

Tame your stress levels

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Tame your stress levels

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If you’re feeling stressed out, you’re not the only one. In fact, more than 70 per cent of Australians say that stress is impacting their health in some way. Are you convinced it makes you more susceptible to catching a cold? Research suggests you may be onto something. 

Start doing something about it, this week. We’ll show you how a few simple but effective strategies can help you keep a lid on your stress levels.