Gentle yoga you can do in your chairLet’s hear it for the earsNew practice now open in IllawarraWhen you’re down and out with the flu, eating is often the last thing on your mind – even drinking can be a chore when you feel like you’reswallowing razor blades. But as we all know, the right nutrients can assist boost your immunity, help you recover fasterif you do get sickand also help you havea good night’s sleep, which is soimportant for maintaining immunity.
Stock your fridge and pantry with theseingredients, tohelp you bounce back to your normal self more quickly.
REMEDY: Honey, lemon and ginger could help aid in your recovery from the dreaded flu, and at the very least will help soothe the symptoms.
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It’s often associated with prevention, however research shows vitamin Calso helpsyoubounce backfaster. Fruit and vegetables are the best sources of this vitamin, so squeeze the juice from a lemon into a mug of hot water and stir in a little honey.
Garlic contains allicin, which is theplant’s natural protection against insects and microorganisms. Studies indicate it has a similarly protective effect in people. Add garlic to chicken soup, which also has its benefits because of the liquid factor.
Water is best, however tea and juice will also get liquids into your system. Try diluting juice and cordial with water, or brew a herbal infusion tea.
To help ward off winter lurgies in the first place, fill your shopping bagor garden beds with vegetables packed with vitamin A (think carrots, pumpkin andeggs), cumin (add ground seeds tosoups and stews),probiotic-rich yoghurt,and zinc (try oysters orcashews).
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