Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Cold Season is Upon Us

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Dealing with colds the Natural Solutions Way
Cold season is upon us again. With kids going back to school and the quickly changing weather it's inevitable- the common cold is going to catch up with most of us. Do not worry and do not fret Natural Solutionsis here to help. We have tips and tricks with how you can dodge a coldand tips on what to do if you happen to fall victim of the dreaded cold.
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The Common Cold and That Dreaded Flu Virus
Here it is again, the cold and flu season when we all head indoors to share our sneezes and viruses. It's time to get serious about preventing illness, and that means caring for our personal air filter: the nose. Viruses are the worst seasonal offenders, and colds are the most common virus we pass around. But the influenza virus is so much worse than a cold.Most folks do not really understand the difference between these two illnesses, yet the difference can be deadly.
Can You "C" a Difference?
Thirty years ago, Nobel Prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling, Ph.D., shook the health community with his book Vitamin C and the Common Cold, in which he proposed that large doses of C, or "megadoses," could cut the duration of the common cold in half. A quick trip to a natural food store reveals that vitamin C is available in an overwhelming number of forms. There are capsules and powders, time-release pills and chewables. "C" why this super vitamin helps fight the common cold!
Win the Cold War
Unless you live in a plastic bubble, you can't seal yourself away from all germs in life. They're everywhere—especially this time of year. Your best bet to stay healthy is to strengthen your immune system so it can defeat any microscopic invaders before they lay siege. Here are simple strategies to boost your immunity this season.
Beet, Pear and Cranberry Salad
Beets can be a cold buster! But this salad is no bust. Give it a try, the whole family will enjoy it! Click here to learn more.

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