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Ginger Recipes/Uses

  • Suggested use is 1/3 tsp. ground ginger or 1 tsp. fresh ginger root in food or drink up to three times daily
  • Motion Sickness - drink tea or juice mixed with 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger one-half hour before traveling
  • Add in juicer to fresh raw fruit or vegetable juice
  • Add to smoothies - See My ‘Ginger Berry Smoothie’ Here in Easy Healthy Smoothie Recipes
  • Add fresh to Asian stir fry dishes, marinades, fruit salad dressings
  • Add ground ginger to breads, cookies, spice cakes, pumpkin pie

10) Echinacea – 1000 mg or more daily is well documented as an immune system booster used to both prevent and treat a long list of infections. It is often said that Echinacea shouldn’t be taken for long periods of time beyond a few weeks, but this has never been proven to be detrimental in any way. This false advice on limiting the length of time that one should be using Echinacea originates from a German study that actually said the opposite. Things are often lost in translation. The bottom line is that one can supplement Echinacea continuously for years without concerns.  The other Echinacea myth is that people who have autoimmune disease should not be taking it due to over-stimulation of their autoimmune disease. This too is nonsense since supplementing with Echinacea increases the body’s production of hyaluronic acid, a well-known anti-inflammatory pain reliever. Once again, to be healthier with autoimmune disease, take echinacea in large doses. (Caveat: If you have a ragweed allergy you might react adversely to Echinacea because it belongs to the same plant family.)

You can start with gentle walks and swimming as soon after the flu as you can. Exercise helps the body too. Research has also shown that exercise helps fight disease and that people who exercise regularly are less prone to coughs and colds than those who do not. Regular exercise causes the body to produce feel-good chemicals (hormones) that help one rest and sleep better. The important thing is to find the balance between rest and exercise. Exercise should be enough that it invigorates, but not so much that it exhausts (at least not right away after your bout of the flu). Work your way up to your regular exercise schedule gradually.

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Q. There has been lots of news about the potential "bird flu" epidemic that could explode in the US. Is there anything people can do to possibly counter it with natural supplements? Perhaps to strengthen one's immune system? Does Dr. Sahelian plan to write about it in his newsletter?
     A. At this time, we don't have any specific information on how to fight bird flu naturally except for the usual steps to enhance one's immune system as mentioned on this web page. But if we do find something, we will mention it.

Boost immune system after steroids

boost immune system after steroids

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Q. There has been lots of news about the potential "bird flu" epidemic that could explode in the US. Is there anything people can do to possibly counter it with natural supplements? Perhaps to strengthen one's immune system? Does Dr. Sahelian plan to write about it in his newsletter?
     A. At this time, we don't have any specific information on how to fight bird flu naturally except for the usual steps to enhance one's immune system as mentioned on this web page. But if we do find something, we will mention it.

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