One of my favorite things to do prior to COVID-19 was travel. And it doesn’t have to be very far, I love nearby getaways and a fun road trip too…
Recently, I have decided to lighten up a bit on my self-imposed traveling restrictions for my own mental wellbeing. I am no longer allowing the fear of contracting this virus to get in the way of my happiness and instead I am now mindfully traveling with my immunity in mind.
the ability of an organism to resist a particular infection or toxin by the action of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells.
My Top 3 Immunity Travel Tips:
1) Fuel yourself with nutrient-rich foods
During this stressful time and especially when you’re traveling it can become very easy to “slack off” on your wellness routine. Before during, and after travel, it is essential to give your body the fuel it needs to operate at top capacity. Regularly consuming fresh, nutrient-dense meals keeps your body running on a full tank and ready to fight off whatever may be coming it’s way.
2) Play by the rules and be mindful
I wear a mask as much as possible and am very mindful of what I touch. I always carry sanitary wipes with me and the first thing I do when entering a new space (whether it be a hotel room or a restaurant) is further sanitize the surface area I will be using (and I do so with a glove). This applies to doorknobs, hotel nightstands, and restaurant dining tables (just to name a few).
I am the ultimate “just in case” type of gal when it comes to preparation and although I do eat a very nutrient-rich diet, I am a huge believer in the “better safe than sorry” mantra.
I love these new Immunity Gummies from Wedderspoon Manuka honey as these little gummies are a powerhouse and pack in over 100% of your daily dose of vitamin C, zinc, and everything else you need to keep your immune system in tip-top shape. My favorite flavor is the berry flavor!
So excited to share that Wedderspoon is giving Organic Opulence readers 10% off of any products on their site:
We cannot control our fate with this virus however what we can control is how we treat our bodies mentally and physically during this time.
Stay organically opulent,