Healing Foods To Fight The Common Cold

Foods To Fight The Common Cold

Foods To Fight The Common Cold

The common cold is an upper-respiratory illness, the result of a virus. Common symptoms include runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing and fever. A proper dietary lifestyle can help prevent and treat the common cold. If symptoms are severe or long-lasting, seek guidance out of your doctor.

Healthy Foods:

Ginger :
Ginger is the greatest one to fight against common cold. Take Ginger as with the form of Ginger Tea for the best results. It helps to reduce the cough and flu.

Vitamin C Sources :
Foods which are full of Vitamin C will be beneficial to combat cold such as Citrus fruits, Potatoes, Strawberries, pineapples.

Fluids :
Lots of people thinks that drinking fluids and water boost the cold when we are suffering from cold nevertheless its wrong drink more fluids to help keep you from liquefied.

Citrus fruits :
Citrus fruits are rich causes of Vitamin C, Try to take Orange juice, Fresh lemon juice. It gives good result.

Chicken Soup:
Why we have to take chicken soup since it has natural penicillin and helps clear clogged airways.

Hot food :
Chillis or spicy sauces to assist congestion and gives good breathing.

Garlic :
Garlic contains flavoring agent called alliin which provides a antioxidant and destroy radicals,oxygen molecules that damages cells.

Almonds are a healthy snack that may be eaten any time you feel just a little peckish. They help fight colds by supplying the body with 4 powerful nutrients gallocatechol, protein, vitamin B2 and e vitamin (which supports the production of bacteria killing B cells).


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