Cold Flu Season, use these Healthy Food Remedies

Cold Flu Season, use these Healthy Food Remedies

Cold Flu Season, use these Healthy Food Remedies 

As the winter season begins to settle in, many of us wind up dealing with mild colds and the flu. You can incorporate many of these food items into your diet and they have been known to be beneficial. No one wants to be sick or ill especially as the weather gets colder.

Here are some food remedies for the cold flu season:

Vegetable Juice: Drinking a glass of veggie juice can help your system load up on immune-boosting antioxidants and keep yourself hydrated.

Chicken Soup: One of the old time remedies out there is the good old fashioned chicken soup. It’s nourishing and hydrating and chicken soup helps with healing and has mild anti-inflammatory effects. Chicken soup is known to help to protect the body from bacteria and viruses.

Hot Tea: Green, oolong, and black tea offer disease-fighting antioxidants and breathing in the steam can help relieve congestion. The best idea is to add a spoonful of honey and a squeeze of lemon to help soothe a sore throat.

Bananas: Sliced or mashed, bananas are easy on the stomach once you’ve been hit with symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea when having the flu. Bananas, along with applesauce, rice and toast are often the first foods to try when they’re recovering from stomach flu and ready for solid foods.

Cottage Cheese: Try getting some protein into your system once you begin to eat. Both cottage cheese and maybe eggs are probably some good choices. It’s easier on the digestive system.

Yogurt: Yogurt can possibly help with trying to fight off a cold or the flu virus. The probiotics in yogurt help to fight disease and create higher white blood cell count. It’s also packed with protein and is easily digested by the stomach.

Hope this article still finds you well in the cold flu season and continue to be well. The only way our bodies stay healthy is by eating right. It’s always enjoyable to get out of the house and go out to eat with friends and family. On a regular basis, many people are eating out and the food doesn’t always have the freshest ingredients so you are missing out on vitamins and not getting the most nutritional value out of the food. Why not choose to eat a more nutritional meal and stay healthier during the cold flu season. With Debbie @ Debbie’s Home Cooked Meals I can help make that happen for you. I am a personal cooking service coming to your own home and preparing dinner right in your own kitchen. Dinner is ready and waiting your arrival. You can email me at debbieshomecooking@gmail.com or contact me @ 908-788-6873

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