Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Fight colds naturally.
Well, we could have.
Science has proven that certain foods have the power to fight disease. For colds, here's what I do and also strongly recommend:
At the first sign of a cold or similar infection, immediately begin adding large amounts of the following ingredients to your food (assuming you aren't allergic to any of them):
Garlic: In addition to being good at reducing cholesterol, garlic contains allicin. Allicin is powerful as an antibiotic and a potent agent that helps the body to inhibit the ability of germs to grow and reproduce.
Onions: Like garlic, onions also contain allicin, although in lesser amounts. But onions have quercitin, a potent antioxidant known for its anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, and antiviral properties.
Curry Powder: This strong but tasty spice contains turmeric, a potent antioxidant, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory that has been studied in relation to several conditions including cancer, wound healing, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Cayenne pepper: Cayenne is a powerful and versatile substance that is useful in treating respiratory infections and helps in controlling allergic reactions, headaches and colds, and sore throats caused by scarlet fever
To stop a cold in its tracks, add all of these ingredients to every meal you eat as long as symptoms persist. Don't be shy or frugal: load up with large amounts of these spices and foods even if your taste buds tell you it's too strong. After a couple of days you won't even remember you ever had that drippy nose or scratchy throat.
I do it. It works. It will work for you too.
Posted by Tim W Flowers at 6:08 AM