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Table of zinc-rich foods

Zinc could provide relief for cold and flu symptoms

Zinc is an essential nutrient that supports healing, cell growth, sense of taste and smell, and insulin function. It has been used as natural health support for generations, and new research, published in the journal BMJ Open, supports this claim with the finding that zinc can prevent and shorten Read More...

7 Foods to eat when you have a

7 Foods to eat when you have a sore throat

As the weather begins to cool down, you’ll probably find yourself catching at least one winter cold. A sore throat can be an uncomfortable and irritating side effect of a winter bug, but what you eat can actually really impact how your sore throat feels throughout the day. With that said, here's Read More...

Prevent the spread of summer c

Prevent the spread of summer colds in your home with these 5 tips

As your family may have already realized, it’s not just Covid-19 we have to worry about as we head back out into the world. A year of isolation means most of us have avoided the usual seasonal colds and flu, leaving our immune systems particularly at risk as we return to work, school, and social Read More...

How to deal with germs in a po

How to deal with germs in a post-pandemic era

Let’s face it: the Covid-19 health crisis has made us all a bit more paranoid about germs and bacteria. However, as we move forward, it’s important to remind ourselves that billions of other bacteria, viruses, and microbes are constantly present all around us, so we shouldn’t let this fear Read More...

Speed up your body’s ability

Speed up your body’s ability to adjust to colder weather with this simple trick

Fall is here, and the mercury is falling in thermometers across the northern hemisphere. It's an uncomfortable situation to get used to, but the good news is you can hurry this process along. Scientific data gathered to understand acclimatization to cold came about in the 1960s. Where US army Read More...