Exercise has been linked to a positive immune system response and a temporary boost in the production of macrophages, the cells that attack bacteria a regular, consistent exercise can lead to substantial benefits in immune system health over the long term.
During moderate exercises like jogging brisk walking & cycling, immune cells circulate through the body more quickly and are better able to kill bacteria and viruses. After exercise ends, the immune system generally returns to normal within a few hours, but consistent, regular exercise seems to make these changes a bit more long-lasting.
Moderate exercise increases the recirculation of important immune cells, especially from bone marrow, the lungs and the spleen. It has the effect of cleaning up the body.
No matter if it's 30 minute or 2 hr
The following points will show you how it works naturally...
1) Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 is found in high concentrations in red meat and clams. Fish, eggs, poultry and milk also contain significant levels.
2) Vitamin D
Because human beings are meant to get most of their daily dose of vitamin D from the sun, it’s only found in significant quantities in a handful of foods. Salmon is a vitamin D champion. You can also go for Fortified foods, such as: cereals, orange juice, milk, yogurt, can also be good sources of vitamin D
3) Omega-3 fatty acids
Salmon, tuna, herring, sardines and anchovies are all solid sources of Omega-3s. Spinach, Edamame (soy beans), walnuts and broccoli also contain beneficial levels of this fat.
4) A well-balanced diet is best
Not only is it possible to get all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients we need from foods alone, but also this is the best way to ensure we’re getting all the nutrients we need. In nature, they [nutrients] are packaged in a complete form and work together for our physiological benefit. Isolated and out of proper balance (like in supplements) they can create problems.