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Immune Strength: Prevent Colds and Flu

For the immune system to function well, it requires balance and harmony. The first line of defense is healthy living. Healthy lifestyle is your best cold and flu prevention.

  • Eat a diet high in vegetables; drink juices and green smoothies
  • Exercise regularly
  • Avoid sugar; it’s known to depress the immune system
  • Control your blood pressure
  • If you drink alcohol, cut way back—no more than 2 or 3 times a week
  • Get enough sleep; depending on your needs, that’s usually between 7 and 9 hours a night
  • Wash your hands frequently and cook meats thoroughly
  • Supplement your diet with vitamin C
  • Make sure you don’t get constipated; toxins get reabsorbed into your body
  • Probiotics are key to good immune health. In fact, probiotics, along with a host of other microorganisms, are so crucial to your health that researchers have compared them to “a newly recognized organ.”
  • Eat cultured (fermented) foods; they promote good gut health

Thinking of a flu vaccine? Be cautious. I recently had a conversion with a nurse who got a flue vaccine and got the worst flu she’d ever had. I talked with a young woman who got a vaccine for hepatitis B and ended up with a mysterious condition no one could diagnose that included headaches, weakness, tiredness, and occasionally her knee gives out and she falls to the floor. Dr. Mercola writes, “you need to get information about not only influenza [vaccine effectiveness] but the risks and failures associated with these flu vaccines. See his article below: 

Distrust Flu Vaccines? Wait ‘Till You See What’s Coming Next by Dr. Joseph Mercola

If you think things are bad now with the current vaccine policy, get ready for a potentially even worse nightmare. With FDA standards possibly being LOWERED to give the green light to industry, researchers are busy genetically engineering vaccines and more. Read the full story at… http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/01/02/digestive-system-gut-flora.aspx

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