They say that you can’t cure the common cold, but you can certainly run off a cold or the flu if you start implementing preventions at the first sign that you’re getting sick.
There are many ways that you can avoid catching a cold, and there are ways to keep a cold or the flu from getting worse.
Try These Suggestions:
- Keep your immune system strong all of the time;
- Avoid food toxins that weaken your immune system, such as aspartame and other artificial sweeteners, alcohol, tobacco and drugs;
- Keep your vitamin C level at bowel tolerance at all times, but expect to increase what your body needs if it’s fighting a cold or the flu;
- Get plenty of rest every night;
- Supplement with a multi-vitamin 7 days a week during the cold season;
- Keep homeopathic remedies in your medicine cabinet.
No More Alpha CF
Alpha CF. I used this Swedish homeopathic remedy for colds and the flu for decades, and it always worked for me. I honestly cannot remember the last time I had a cold; I definitely haven’t had the flu in years.
Sadly, Boerick & Taffel sold the company and Alpha CF is now made in Mexico and is grossly over-priced at $50 for 60 tablets. So, I looked into a replacement, and linked that here from Borion® – right now, it’s $10 for 160 under-the-tongue pellets.
Borion is a good company. I haven’t personally tried these because I have a couple more bottles of Alpha CF left in my medicine cabinet.
Many people use Oscillococcinum, also from Borion, but this one never worked for me. It’s $33 for 36 tablets.
Your Key To Success
The key to success, nonetheless, is to begin using preventative remedies at the first sign of a cold or the flu.
Be a winner this cold and flu season. Stay well and start prevention before your cold starts.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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