Posts categorized with: Flu Prevention

January 22, 2023

Goodbye Big Box Store

Recently, a friend posted these prices as FACTS: A gallon of milk in 2019: $2.58 A gallon of milk in 2022: $4.28 A cup of coffee in 2019: $2.99 A cup of coffee in 2022: $4.90 Average per night hotel stay in South Florida in 2019: $157 Average per night hotel stay in South Florida […]

This fall many dry shampoos were recalled due to an ingredient that can cause cancer—benzene. (FDA/Screenshot by CNET) Last year many other personal care products were recalled due to having benzene in the ingredients – sunscreen sprays, deodorants, hand sanitizer, and many other personal care products had benzene listed as an ingredient. Dependable researcher, Richard […]

Recently a friend was telling of how she was using ivermectin for protection from the COVID-19 virus – based on the advice of her neighbor/doctor friend.  The next day I received the article below in a newsletter from Richard Barry, an honest publisher in the health and wellness industry that I have followed for over […]

Today’s children are overfed and undernourished. Children, for the most part, do not eat well. They commonly choose foods that are high in fats, sugars, and salt that have little, real nutritional value. The top choices among kids are hot dogs, chicken nuggets, French fries, pancakes, pizza, cookies and ice cream. I think you will agree […]

No matter who you are or what you do; your energy levels (and motivation) will hit flat spots. This article below from “Whole Life Challenge” will give you some insight and tips on dealing with these energy flat spots and reenergize yourself when they “rear” their ugly heads. The energy we refer to is not […]

December 16, 2017

Is is a cold or the flu?

‘Tis the season for runny noses, itchy eyes, fever, and headaches. You have the flu…or is it a cold? It can be confusing. The bulletin linked below from Prevention Magazine can help you differentiate. The flu hits you quickly and dramatically. You will often run a fever above 101F; it is accompanied by body aches […]

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“Many studies have looked at the effect of vitamin and mineral supplements on disease, but the evidence has never been convincing.  So most experts have hedged on whether to recommend multivitamins for everyone.” https://hms.harvard.edu/…/Longwood_Sem…/Nutrition_3_5_13.pdf “During the past 2 decades, a steady stream of high-quality studies evaluating dietary supplements has yielded predominantly disappointing results about potential […]

October 19, 2016

Doing Your Flu Shot Homework

This is a popular opinion!  What are your thoughts? There are lots of dependable sources to support never getting a flu shot.  The decision was easy for me because my dad had Guillain-Barré seventeen years ago; one of the top four triggers for GB is the flu shot (which he had just before the onset […]

While the media is sure to continue hyping potential pandemic influenzas, remember that a healthy immune system is your best and primary defense against any viral threat. Remember:  Every decision you make is either building or tearing down the immune system. Here are some guidelines from www.pacifichealthcenter.com and www.mercola.com will help you keep your immune in […]

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