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According to philosophers, the human soul is dualistic: consisting of matter and spirit. There is a physical, biological soul and a spiritual soul that integrate to form the foundation of a long life. The biological soul, the root of our immune system, is throughout your body, your brain, heart lungs, skin and is meant to make you live beyond 100, which is not a stretch anymore. 

At the time of the writing of Immunity Strong: Boost Your Natural Healing Power and Live to 100, there are nearly 100,000 centenarians living in the United States and life expectancy continues to increase around the world. It is really in our power to learn about our immune system and how it works and to understand how it responds to stressors and how it keeps us safe and striving to remain healthy and vibrant. 

The biological soul, which exists in each of our immune systems, is an extremely sophisticated system, working around the clock, permeating every organ and responding to stimuli every millisecond. The immune system is very complex a police department of large city (the body) and constantly and consistently uses the various aspects of the police department to protect and defend our vital resources and health. 

Some don’t believe in the spiritual soul, which goes on forever, but the biological soul is our brain, our hearts, our lungs, and our skin, the real science. The biological soul addresses the body’s communication channels, due to the chemicals called cytokines, helps to alleviate stress. Our role is to encourage behavior that will destress the biological soul, activities like yoga, tai chi or even as relatively simple as striving to get more sleep. 

Your environment, what you eat, the vitamins you take, the emotions you feel, all affect immunity and working to understand more about your immune system and how your immune system works can help you commit to taking care of it. There are other things like genetics that play a role that cannot be modified or controlled, but your biological soul will respond to positive behaviors that have to do with enhancing the immune system. Altering your biomes, by what you ingest or eat, medications or vitamins you take, all can affect the biological soul, for better or for worse and can change your immune responses.

In order to be more mindful and develop immunity strong behaviors that benefit the biological soul, there are essential things to consider in your thoughts and actions. Have your thoughts about your immune system changed as you have gotten older? Have you taken any steps to boost your immunity? Have you contemplated more about your health and your family’s health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic? Have you spent any time addressing the spiritual side of the biological soul? Have certain aspects of the immune system intrigued you or have you read anything that piques your interest? Would you like to get to know the biological soul, the great protector, better?  You are in the right place! 

Dr. Robert Lahita writes about this in his new book, “IMMUNITY STRONG: Boost Your Natural Healing Power and Live to 100”. He coined a term that encapsulates this concept called the “biological soul”. Dr. Bob explains that this is the root of our immune system, a great protector responsible for our longevity.

Doctor Lahita is Clinical Professor of Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, a Professor at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine and the Director of the Institute for Autoimmune and Rheumatic Disease St. Joseph's Healthcare System. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, a Master of the American College of Rheumatology, and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. Dr. Lahita is the author of more than 16 books and 150 scientific publications in the field of autoimmunity.

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