Do you want to stay healthy and strong during the flu season? Yes! Keep your body in tip-top shape with these 3 easy steps. You can add this program to your every day schedule and stay free from any colds or flus. It’s easy, but remember along with these steps to keep your life balanced in work, exercise, nourishment and play.
Apple Cider Vinegar- Start your day with a large glass of water with 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in it. Apple cider vinegar not only balances your pH, but it detoxes the body, kills candida, clears acne and skin problems, eases arthritis and stiff joints, strengthens stomach acid, it’s good for weight loss, lowers high blood pressure and cholesterol and cures sinus infections, sore throats, headaches and flus. WOW! How is that for 2 Tablespoons full of goodness!
Ginger- If you can handle doing a ginger shot, go for it! When you are feeling on the edge of getting sick this is the best way to get it in. You can also add ginger to your green drink. Hint hint. Greens are another great way to keep your body nourished! Or you can add ginger to your soup, tea or smoothie. Ginger is another powerhouse. It is great for digestion, boosts the immune system, reduces pain and inflammation, it’s good for morning sickness and nausea, heartburn, sore throats and sinus congestion and relieves cramps. Whew! Add some ginger today!
Vitamin D (a.k.a. SUNSHINE)- If you have access to the oh-so-nurturing sun get at least 15 minutes a day with no sunscreen preferably before noon or in the late afternoon. This is the best way to absorb vitamin D. Let as much of your skin be exposed to the sun as possible, but if the weather does not permit at least get your face and forearms. Ahhhh….soak it in and relax.
About Nourishment’s Founder, Victoria Dodge: After a long successful career in photography, with 5 books published, Victoria has transitioned into not only being a successful photographer but a health and wellness expert. She has been practicing and living a plant based lifestyle with her family for over 6 years. She has been mentored and inspired by some of today’s health pioneers and continues to share her wealth of knowledge that covers a wide range of topics from cleansing to vegan and raw culinary arts. Victoria teaches group classes open to the public and private consultations all year round. www.nourishmentnow.com