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03. Top Tips for Fighting the Cold and Flu Faster

Episode Summary

In today’s episode, I’ll be talking about how to fight the cold and flu. I share with you what I’ve learned from an integrative approach, what we know works and what doesn’t work. I also go into detail about how my family and I treat the cold and flu and what steps you can take to strengthen your immune system.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [01:57] Research about the flu vaccine
  • [03:26] Why drug manufacturers can’t do a better job at manufacturing vaccines that are more effective
  • [04:43] A more holistic and natural way of fighting the flu
  • [07:14] Things that weaken your immune system
  • [08:33] Tips for getting a restful sleep
  • [11:07] Exercising helps boost your immune system
  • [12:22] Why you should avoid dairy and sugar during cold and flu season
  • [14:40] Ingredients to my cold and flu killer broth
  • [16:34] What you should do if you have a fever
  • [17:53] How to stimulate a fever
  • [22:00] How to soothe a sore throat
  • [23:55] Tips to healing an earache
  • [26:17] How you can clear sinus congestion

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