During the winter virus season, it is crucial to give some extra strength to your organism with a balanced diet and good rest. A proper energy boost can also be given with the Chaga Health elixir, which mainly consists of Chaga mushroom – the king of Estonian forests in folk medicine.
Our well-being and health are based on three pillars: nutrition, exercise and sleep. An acknowledged nutritionist Kristin Salupuu claims that a balanced diet can provide all vitally essential vitamins and minerals. ‘If the body is deprived of some nutrient, then the overall resistance for illnesses is weaker’ she states.
Kristin has taken Chaga Immuno Elixir for boosting her organism and she talks from experience: ‘I tried Chaga at the very right moment because the same evening my child caught a cold. We had trouble with sleeping which itself already weakens the immune system. Taking care of a sick child while being sleep deprived, it seems impossible not to fall ill’ she contemplates. ‘I couldn’t get away without a runny nose, but fortunately, I didn’t fall completely ill, we could continue our everyday rhythm very soon. Maybe I’m trying to believe that Chaga had a role in this, but truly – after taking the dose of Chaga I felt that the irritation in my nasal pharynx decreased and I felt better. So, all in all, it was a positive experience.’ Kristin shares her personal experience with the elixir.
In the following interview, Kristin communicates ideas of a healthy diet, the necessity of vitamins and the feasibility of changing dieting habits.
During the dark period right now, most people should consume some extra D-vitamin. D-vitamin can be acquired from fish and (enhanced) dairy products, but usually, the amounts remain below what is necessary. During the winter period, many people tend to forget eating vegetables, fruit and berries, which is the reason for C-vitamin deficiency. The absorption of nutrients is better from food than from supplements, which is why more attention should be focussed on improving eating habits.