Elderberry Syrup – this may be the most effective to help with your cold.
Vitamin C – 1000mg 5 times a day
Garlic – cut up a whole clove and swallow it. It helps to kill the bad bacteria.
Oregano essential oil – 4-5 drops in water 3-4 times a day
Zinc – 50mg 2 times a day. It boosts immune system.
Apple Cider Vinegar – 2 tablespoons in water 3 times a day
Eliminate sugar as much as possible
This may help cut down your sickness to 24 hours.
“Whenever the immune system successfully deals with an infection, it emerges from the experience stronger and better able to confront similar threats in the future. Our immune system develops in combat. If at the first sign of infection, you always jump in with antibiotics, you do not give the immune system a chance to grow stronger” — Dr. Weil, MD
Kombucha is a form of fermented tea used to make your body healthier. Kombucha is made by brewing tea then adding a SCOBY to it and letting it ferment for a few days. A SCOBY is a Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast. This Bacteria feeds on the sugar in the tea and the drink becomes a mild vinegar and tea mixture. Kombucha is basically a probiotic beverage. Continue reading “Kombucha! What is it? And how can it help you?”
If any of you are like me and love snacks of course during a football, basketball or baseball game but then hate how you feel afterward due to all the sugar or processed foods, well I have a treat for you. I made these the other day for the Purdue Basketball game and I will definitely find myself making them again for the Super Bowl this coming weekend. They are a great snack to take over to your friends for occasions like this while still staying on the health train.
Osteoporosis is a condition where bones become fragile and weak. there is a reduction in strength of bone leading
What is it and what can we do?
Osteoporosis is a condition where bones become fragile and weak. There is a reduction in strength of bone leading to an increase in the risk fractures. This disease has been diagnosed in 40 million people. There is a 4:1 increase risk in females vs males. 1 in 2 over age 50 will have weak bones by 2020 unless they make lifestyle changes. Continue reading “Osteoporosis”