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On this episode of "Doc Talk", I'll be discussing 20 natural ways that can help you prevent getting flu and colds this season. I'll share with you how sleep, exercise, garlic and many more natural remedies will help keep you healthy all winter long.
Today's main topic... For years there's been talk about pandemic flu, getting a flu shot (especially if you're a young child or an older adult), and repercussions if you don't. But, I will shedding some light on the importance of fighting the flu and colds...naturally. Today is 12-12-12! What does that mean? 12-12-12 SPECIAL! About Your Host: Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Where a healthy, happy and beautiful YOU starts from the inside out. Tuesday May 21, 2013 5pm PST We're talking natural ways to fight a cold. 8 tips to treat colds and flu the natural way. and a lot more.
Blow your nose often Gargle Take a steamy shower Garlic Vitamin C and much more IN THE MIX web radio is sponsored by: GEN’S GUILTLESS GOURMET: Healthier for the planet, healthier for you! www.gensguiltlessgourmet.com Listen to our show, leave your comments. We love to hear what you think.
Sara Chana Silverstein is a Brooklyn-based, international board-certified lactation consultant (IBCLC), classical homeopath, herbalist, businesswoman, wife and mother of seven children. Sara is your teacher and guide as you navigate the challenging worlds of working mom and/or breastfeeding mother, revealing the secrets to taking charge of your own health for the wellbeing of both you and your child. She is a highly sought-after public speaker, presenting an array of topics in an intelligent, c
You know how we are still in the cold and flu season. Well, I do not want anyone to be stuck in the sick mode without a complete, natural way of getting out of it. It can be done, and with only four ingredients that you may already have in your kitchen. About Your Host: Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP http://PureAndWhollyLiving.com http://NewLiving.mybeyondorganic.com
Tired of getting colds and flus? Seems like the so-called flu shots aren't working. Well on this episode we will uncover why the body gets a cold and flu and how to prevent it from happening. Lot of valuable info on this episode that may leave your kleenex boxes behind for good!
Studies surrounding certain herbs and their abilities to combat the common cold and some strains of influenza can be confusing at times. This blog looks at the current research and attempts to find the "best" herbs that may help to keep one healthy throughtout the winter months.
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Viki Winterton interviews Inger Pols and Mark Cook!
Inger Pols graduated from Yale University and Columbia Business School and spent a dozen years as a Marketing Executive before adopting a 4-year-old boy from Kazakhstan and then a 3-year-old girl from Siberia.
In order to help them make up for their challenging start, Inger returned to school to study nutrition and dietary theory and received certification as a Holistic Health Coach.
She now serves as Editor of the New England Health Advisory (nehealthadvisory.com) where she writes free weekly health and wellness newsletters.
Her 15 and 13-year-old kids are thriving and healthy and no longer suffer from migraines, allergies, colds or flus and she's helped thousands of people achieve wellness and lasting change.
Mark Cook has been in various high-level Human Resources positions for over 20 years and is currently an HR Executive for L.L. Bean.
In addition, Mark is a High Performance Coach with the Brendan Burchard Group.
Eleven years ago, Mark lost 50 pounds and has kept it off for over ten years.
Inger and Mark are the authors of the forthcoming book, The Willpower Solution, which helps readers to outsmart their brains in order to finally make effortless and lasting change and create the lives of their dreams and will be joining us in Ready, Aim Influence with Carlos Slim.
We’ve all heard the expression, “Don’t lose any sleep over it,” yet over 50 percent of Americans don’t get a good night’s sleep. The number one culprit: stress. Whether work, family, or finance related, many North Americans are bringing stress into the bedroom, which can seriously impact the amount (and quality) of sleep they obtain. The consequences of not getting enough shut-eye is a weakened immune system that increases your susceptibility to health issues including colds and flus.
Find out how sleep and your immune system work together by tuning in this Wednesday.
You will find out:..• How to tell if six, seven or eight hours is the proper amount of sleep for you...• Why poor sleeps habits are really just treatable symptoms of everyday stress...• Why bedtime rituals are important and should be followed nightly...• How sleep and other natural aids strengthen your immune system and your overall health.
Guest Bio Information:
Stuart Reeves, Ph.D., author of "The Key to a Healthy Immune System", researcher and international biotechnology scientist, has been instrumental in spearheading research on the health benefits of a balanced, not boosted, immune system. Dr. Reeves has authored dozens of peer-reviewed papers for such revered publications as Advances in Therapy, Nutrition Research Journal, and The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. He earned a bachelor's degree from Imperial College, London, and a Ph.D. from Kings College, London, followed by post-doctoral studies at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. He is Director of Research and Development for Embria Health Sciences and contributor to the Wellsphere site www.BalancedImmuneHealth.com