If you love to workout, you are in luck. Exercise is one of the best ways to increase your immune system. If you are not a huge fan of working out, we got you covered! According to new research, you don't need to do very much to boost your immune system, 20 minutes a day is all you need. Better yet, KILOGEAR CUT is all you need!
The University of California-San Diego of Medicine found that 20 minutes of exercise will boost your immune system. Exercise has anti-inflammatory effects and that's what boosts your immune system. Exercise activates the sympathetic nervous system, releasing hormones into the bloodstream. These hormones have a ripple effect in the body, reducing inflammation. Exercise bumps of your level of IgA, a protein in your immune system that fights infections. Naturally, exercise is one of the best ways to boost your immune system.
The best part of these studies show that light to moderate exercise can have a major impact. You don't have to go crazy in the gym! Simple things like taking the stairs instead of the elevator or taking a walk, has a huge impact.
So, what does this have to do with KILOGEAR CUT?
1. KILOGEAR CUT on your body is a form of exercise. By wearing our weights, your body works harder in everything you do. Our gear turns regular activities like walking into a real exercise. Taking the stairs in our gear becomes a real fitness moment. All you have to do is wear our gear and you turn your body into the gym.
2. KILOGEAR CUT is strength training. Other studies have shown that light strength training increases immunoglobulin levels.
3. Exercise and sweating is known to help recover from a cold faster. When you have a cold, it is not the virus that raises the body temperature. It is the immune cells. The body temperature increases as a self defense response. Studies have reported that low-intensity exercise temporarily boosts the immune system. In one study, after a 45 minute walk, participant's immune systems were increased. The same goes for yoga classes. Increased body temperature suppress virus growth and low-intensity exercise boost the immune system. More research needs to be done in this space. However, many doctors and scientists believe that exercise can help individuals get over a cold faster.
These various studies show the relationship between physical activity and stronger immune systems. The good news is that with KILOGEAR CUT, all you have to do is change your clothes, not your life. We recommend getting into a weighted short sleeve and a weighted bottom (shorts or tights) to start. We recommend that you start half loaded and add weight as you become more comfortable with wearing weight. Wear KILOGEAR CUT as long as you can. The more you wear it, the more you get out of your body!