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Food for the Flu

Food For The Flu

Food for the Flu

Well, if you haven’t noticed the weather has been getting a lot colder and that means flu season is just around the bend. Many people expect that this flu season will be significantly worse than previous ones due to Swine flu still being active.

No one likes being sick, well except that one guy from Ferris Beuller’s Day Off, and there are indeed some ways to keep yourself from getting sick. Most of these you probably know already, wash your hands, get plenty vitamin D and C, etc. However, there are some foods that you can eat to help keep you healthy, some you might have never thought of.

Yogurt

Yogurts will help you maintain those pro-biotic functions. Probiotics help keep your good bacteria together and diseases and flu away.

Garlic

Garlic is really quite the superfood. Although it may result in giving you some bad breath garlic will help you fight off bacterial infections.

Oats and Barley

Oats and Barely contain a significant amount of fiber that contains antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Consuming a lot of oats or barely will lessen your chances of getting a disease/flu. They also help speed up the healing process and boost your immune system.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Many of the items in chicken noodle soup help heal and prevent sickness. The soup can thin mucus membranes and provide your body with amino acids that block the inflamed immunity cells that cause flu symptoms.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes contain a lot of vitamin A which helps you skin feel soft. However, vitamin A can also help protect your body on a whole as well. So why not go ahead and try some sweet potatoes.

Make sure you try to stay active and exercise. Physical activity can help boost your immune system. However, remember to dress appropriately and if you go to a gym, wash your hands after. Vitamin supplements can also be a good option.

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