The #FLU is NOT a #season. It is an inability to adapt due to decreased sun exposure & quality #food and #water intake, combined with increased #sugar intake and accumulated stress that not being handled well.
Create #health. Create resistance.
- Don’t wait to get treated. If you think you have the flu, get ahead and get checked out. Don’t wait. Tamiflu only helps if you take it in the first 48 hours of symptoms but it can have life threatening side effects. Take with caution.
- Why take a chance? I always try to fight the flu ahead of time. I never get the shot and I’ve never had the flu. There are strains which are not covered when or if you decide to get the shot but I am one of those people who wont take a chance with the other things in the shot. Its up to you to decide if the shot is for you.
- More flu facts. Here is a list of symptoms that can help you figure out if you have a simple cold or the flu. The biggest difference is how fast the flu comes on. With a cold, you feel under the weather for a few days, but with the flu, it’s like you got hit by a truck. Suddenly, you’re a zombie.
We need to be kind to ourselves. Give our bodies a fighting chance. If you constantly feed your body crap then you are making it susceptible to inflammation, virus’s and disease. These two pictures below are actual medications that were given to people who became ill. These two pictures are certainly a blast from the past. But their sudden re-appearance is a chilling reminder of what life was like in the early 20th Century when companies were permitted to sell anything to anyone, no matter how dangerous, regardless of the consequences. Heroin was restricted to prescription-only use in the U.S. in 1914 and eventually banned by the nascent FDA altogether in 1924, except under very strict medical conditions. Bayer, the venerable German drug company, made its first fortunes in the late 1890s when it commercialized both aspirin and heroin as cough, cold and pain remedies. Many people have seen the sepia images of vintage Bayer’s “Heroin” brand medicine bottles. But it’s less widely known that Bayer promoted heroin for use in children suffering from coughs, colds and “irritation” as late as 1912, according to an anti-Bayer watchdog group. (See the ads below.) That was years after reports first began to surface in 1899 that patients were developing a “tolerance” for Heroin, and that addicts in the U.S. were clamoring for more, according to this history of the drug.
The sun keeps your bones healthy. That’s because your body produces vitamin D when exposed to the sun. The so-called “sunshine vitamin” helps the body absorb calcium, which is essential for bone health. Studies have shown that a sensible amount of sun reduces your risk of several cancers and other serious health conditions 15 Reasons Why the Sun is Good for You
Here are a list of whole foods that help fight inflammation and keep mucus at bay. You also need to boost your immunity by making your guy healthy. Beneficial bacteria supports your immune system. For most people, taking a quality probiotic supplement doesn’t have any side effects other than higher energy and better digestive health. As a society we have drastically cut back on our consumption of vegetables and of beneficial essential fatty acids ( flax, pumpkin, black current seed oil, dark green leafy vegetables, hemp, chia seeds, fish) such as those found in certain fish (including salmon, mackerel, and herring) and flaxseed. We are consumed with little fiber and an excess of sugar, salt, and processed foods. Stress, changes in the diet, contaminated food, chlorinated water, and numerous other factors can also alter the bacterial flora in the intestinal tract. When you treat the whole person instead of just treating a disease or symptom, an imbalance in the intestinal tract stands out like an elephant in the room. So to play it safe, I recommend taking a probiotic supplement every. Start taking a quality probiotic. By adding in good Bacteria back it will start supporting your immune system and allow your body is get back into balance and flush things out of our system.
A Women’s Holistic Holy Grail Handbook for Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s: How I healed my Hypothyroidism and Autoimmune Disorder with Personalized Nutrition
Food is thy medicine, right? Actually, it can work one of two ways. Food can be thy medicine or food can be thy death. This book is a guide that will inform you from the perspective of a women. You will also be able to determine what areas in your life that may need a little bit of work and the skills needed to improve those issues along with some fabulous recipes to help get you started on how to eat KETO AIP. I will also help you understand how to fix your gut, strengthen your immunity and fight inflammation with an autoimmune approach. The Keto AIP removes all the common inflammatory food triggers that stimulate a possible autoimmune reaction in the body. We’re going to start resetting those adrenals, boosting that energy and doing a little booty kicking to those hormones that have decided to act like a wild college student and pull an all-nighter the day before final exams.
Bone Broth. The new green Juice? Immune support. Mark Sisson, author of The Primal Blueprint, actually calls bone broth a “superfood” thanks to the high concentration of minerals. He says that the bone marrow can help strengthen your immune system. (Something that won’t surprise your grandma who always made you her famous chicken soup when you got sick!) A Harvard study even showed that some people with auto-immune disorders experienced a relief of symptoms when drinking bone broth, with some achieving a complete remission. Click on this link for a great recipe!
Chicken Soup for the Flu Plague
- Bones from 2 Roasted Chickens (either homemade or supermarket bought)
- 6 carrots, peeled and chopped
- 1 large onion, chopped
- 2 celery ribs, chopped
- 6-8 cups of water
- spices to your liking
- salt and pepper to your liking
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil
- In a large soup pot, heat the olive oil.
- Add the onions and saute until soft and translucent, about 5 minutes.
- Add the carrots and celery, and saute for another 3 minutes.
- Add salt, pepper, and spices.
- Add the chicken bones and cover with water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium low to bring to a simmer. Cook for an hour.
- Strain into a container once cooled. Remove the chicken bones. Put the vegetables back into the broth.
- Optional: pick the meat from the chicken bones and add back into the soup. I often skip this part and just add a little leftover chicken into the soup. Picking the meat off the bones takes a lot of time and often yields yucky looking meat the kids turn their noses up at.
You must pamper yourself and help release toxins out of your body!
A good nights rest is a must!
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