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Are there ways to improve my lymphocyte count during my cancer treatment?

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    • MatureNature

      83d

      chowing down on antioxidant-rich grub like berries and veggies is a solid start. And don't forget to keep yourself hydrated! A little H2O goes a long way. 😊

    • MatureNature

      83d

      chowing down on antioxidant-rich grub like berries and veggies is a solid start. And don't forget to keep yourself hydrated! A little H2O goes a long way. 😊

    • fitnessfreak

      84d

      In my experience, focusing on a nutritious diet really helped. I ate more fruits and veggies, especially those rich in antioxidants. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water too!!!

    • Fashionista

      84d

      yoga helps🧘‍♀️! it boost your immune system. Also, getting enough rest is super important.

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Incorporating more whole foods, especially those high in vitamins C and E, zinc, and selenium such as citrus fruits, almonds, and seafood can help. Eating foods rich in antioxidants, like berries and leafy greens, may also be beneficial. Some people have found herbal supplements like Astragalus helpful after getting approval from their doctor. Probiotics and antioxidants like Vitamin C and E could also be beneficial. Reducing stress through methods like meditation and yoga, and ensuring you get enough sleep can also potentially improve your lymphocyte count.

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