Waking up the sleeping immune cells. The method is to do some easy task for 20 minutes after a meal.
Here is verification of how effective doing the task is.
3 persons who recently felt the lowering of the immune strength gathered.
56 years old female who often catch a cold and get canker sores easily
71 years old male who gets tired easily
54 years old male who often catches a cold
They had NK activity test which evaluates the condition of NK cells. The guide line is 25 and if it is more than 25, the immune strength is normal, but if it is lower than 25, it is considered as the lowering of the immune strength. The results of their NK activity test were:
56 years old female: 23
71 years old male: 20
54 years old male: 6
So their NK activities are all less than the guide line.
The method to boost up the immune strength is doing something 2 hours after lunch for 20 minutes every day. The 3 people tried the method for 4 days and checked how NK activity changed.
56 years old female: 23 to 43
71 years old male: 20 to 30
54 years old male: 6 to 17
All three people’s NK activities went up.
So what is “something done after lunch”?
That is lying down.
Why does lying down boost up the immune strength?