7 Flu Fighting Foods

  • Garlic

Garlic is known to boost the immune system and stimulate activity in white blood cells. It can also cleanse the liver and remove the unwanted toxins. Garlic is rich in antibacterial and antiviral properties like allicin. To help with mucous release, make a quick and easy onion ad garlic syrup.

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  • Honey

Honey is known in traditional medicine and the beauty industry for the nutrients it provides.  Honeys contain mineral enzymes, B-complexes, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and propolis. Propolis is a known content of honey, it is known to boost the immune system. This protects the body from harmful infections and viruses. Honey is great for coughs and seasonal allergies. It is advised to take 4 tablespoons a day.

  • Cayenne

Cayenne contains vitamin A, vitamin B, Calcium, potassium and high content of Vitamin C. Cayenne is perfect for colds because it helps proliferate the circulation of the body. There are capsule type cayenne and liquid type. You can use a few drops with water every 30 minutes to relieve sore throat.

  • Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are high in acidophilus and bifidus that is known as a good bacteria. These help in protecting the body from harmful bacteria.

  • Lemon

Keeping your internal chemistry balanced is important for congestion, digestion and overall balance in the body. A squeeze of lemon with hot water can keep your alkaline and acid chemistry balanced.

  • Leafy Greens

Vegetable are always important for healthy living. Eating leafy greens can increase immunity from bacteria and infection. Leafy greens are rich in B-vitamins, Vitamin K, potassium and more.

  • Ginger

Ginger can be used to warm the body. It would work great for fevers, heating the body causes it to sweat and sweating removes unwanted toxins. Ginger works with nausea, chest decongestion, body cleanse and soar throat.

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