Cold & Flu Season is Coming – Are you Ready?

Did you know

…an estimated 70% of the body’s immune cells reside in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, suggesting that maintaining GI health is essential to immune system function and overall health? (Stat courtesy of Metagenics)

Just the other day, I received a friendly reminder in the form of symptoms that cold and flu season has arrived.  I was able to fight the symptoms before it turned into anything serious.  It also inspired me to write this entry.  Follow the tips I’m about to give you and stay healthy this fall/winter!

What I Recommend…

TIP 1: Take natural herbs and vitamins when you have that “I think I’m getting sick” feeling.  This is the time for prevention.

USE: Ultra Potent-C Powder to keep the immune system strong. The first day you begin feeling symptoms –

TIP 2: Stimulate your thymus by tapping on it for about a minute.  (It’s located behind your sternum.)

USE: Immune Response Pack to fight the symptoms before they have a chance to develop into anything.  It’s a powerful 2-day immune boosting supplement packed with nutrients that begins working almost immediately after you take it.

TIP 3: Keep germs at bay and always wash your hands!

TIP 4: Be mindful of your digestion.  If you experience any diarrhea or constipation, take care of it right away to prevent from catching a cold or the flu.  I suggest drinking plenty of water and taking a daily probiotic to stimulate the good flora in your digestive track to keep it going strong.

Contact us at (732) 667-3209 if you have any questions or would like to stock up on products ( or visit the ONLINE STORE) for the upcoming cold and flu season!


1 Comment »

  1. Irene said

    helpful tips! i always feel like the transitions between seasons is the most vulnerable time for colds.

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