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Prepare for flu season! Habits and all.

It's great to see you're proactive about maintaining your health and immune system during the fall and winter months. Here are some thoughts and suggestions :

  1. Nutrition: A well-balanced diet is essential for immune health. Incorporating a variety of fruits and vegetables provides essential vitamins and minerals. Vitamin C (found in citrus fruits, strawberries, and bell peppers) and zinc (found in nuts, seeds, and whole grains) are particularly important for immune function.

  2. Throat and Sinus Health: Herbal remedies like throat coat tea and garlic can be soothing for throat and sinus health. However, consult with a healthcare professional if you have persistent issues. Maintaining good hygiene practices, such as regular handwashing and avoiding close contact with sick individuals, is crucial for preventing infections.

We can boost our sinus and throat health with the throat coat taken daily or even black garlic cloves taken regularly. Horseradish is great for clearing sinuses, and so is cayenne. Combining 1/4 cup of honey with 1 tsp of organic cayenne and 3 gloves of garlic and taking a scoop daily to twice a day can boost sinuses and throat area.

  1. Digestive Health: Probiotics can promote a healthy gut, which is closely linked to immune function. Fermented foods like yogurt and kefir are natural sources of probiotics.

  2. Stress Management: Reducing stress is crucial for overall well-being. Activities such as yoga, meditation, deep breathing exercises, and regular physical activity can help manage stress.

  3. Sleep: A consistent sleep schedule is important for a well-functioning immune system. Ensure you get 7-9 hours of quality sleep per night. Avoiding caffeine and screens close to bedtime can help with sleep quality.

  4. Light Exposure: Getting natural light exposure during the day can help regulate your circadian rhythm. If you're not getting enough sunlight, consider light therapy lamps, which can simulate natural light.

  5. Supplements: If you're concerned about vitamin D deficiency due to limited sun exposure, Cod liver oil can be a source of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, but the dosage should be discussed to make sure you are dosing properly.

  6. Liver Health: Maintaining a healthy liver is important for overall well-being. Limiting alcohol, eating a balanced diet, and staying hydrated can support liver function.

If you need guidance with a protocol feel free to click the link below and fill out a health survey or set up an appointment for an in-office scan.


Here is a guide for whole food supplementation for sickness during the winter/ flu season.



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