Immune Health

Resistance refers to your body's capacity to perceive pathogens and avoid affliction. The resistant system's objective is to help the body perceive and crush unsafe pathogens some time recently they may cause malady or harm. Natural and versatile resistance are the two sorts of resistance.

Intrinsic resistance may be a first-line defence from pathogens that attempt to enter our bodies, accomplished through defensive obstructions. These boundaries incorporate:

  • Skin that keeps out the majority of pathogens
  • Mucus that traps pathogens
  • Stomach acid that destroys pathogens
  • Enzymes in our sweat and tears that help create anti-bacterial compounds
  • Immune system cells that attack all foreign cells entering the body

  • Intrinsic resistance
  • Pathogens

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