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Best Nutrients for Cold and Flu Season

The common cold is the leading cause of doctor visits in the U.S.  There are several factors that increase your risk for a cold.  Once inside your body, the virus attaches itself to the lining of your throat or nose, triggering your body's immune system to send white blood cells. If you've built antibodies to this virus in the past, the fight doesn't last long.  However, if the virus is new, your body sends reinforcements to fight, inflaming your nose and throat. With so much of your body's resources aimed at fighting the cold, you're left feeling tired and miserable. The good news is there are simple ways to strengthen your immune function to ward off both the common cold and influenza.  Read more...

 

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