Spending time in nature is one of the best ways to boost the immune system, according to a University of Illinois meta analysis of more than 21 studies.SEE ALSO: Abs Exercises You Can Take Outside
Skip Some Meals
A 2014 study from USC found that fasting can protect the immune system from damage while helping it regenerate crucial immune cells.
A 2014 Carnegie Mellon study found that social support—like hugs—can reduce the chance of infection by up to one third.
Have a Laugh
A Loma Linda University study found that laughter can aid the production of antibodies and activate protective mechanisms like T-cells and “natural killer” cells.SEE ALSO: The 20 Fittest Couples on Instagram
A 2016 Texas Tech University study reported that a meditation modality called Integrative Mind-Body Training can significantly improve your immune function.