The immune system - a mystery
The immune system is certainly one of the most complex bodily functions of all, the dynamics and interactions of it have not yet been fully understood.
It consists of many highly specialized cells, is capable of learning, can distinguish between friend and enemy and is mainly located in the intestine, where around 70% of the antibodies are produced.
A healthy immune system is therefore inextricably linked to a healthy intestinal flora. Both form a living, communicating system. If the intestinal flora is damaged, the immune function is also restricted. The intestinal flora in turn depends on the variety and quality of our daily food. Exercise in daylight is important for the production of immune cells and vitamin D