I have followed the above recommendations but found that even taking the lowest dose possible sets my body into hypersensitive mode. If it doesn’t happen the first or second days, the residual effect builds up by the end of the week bringing once more an onslaught of debilitating symptoms. Even if you follow my suggestions to the detail - delaying your chances of gaining an airborne illness - the simple fact is one day during cold and flu season, you may possibly pick up a minor bug.
The minute I am afflicted, I begin the following regime. It not only lessens the actual days my body becomes ill, but often thwarts major symptoms from developing. Lots of rest during this time is essential to balance and retain your body’s precious immune system. Next time you begin feeling overly tired and a scratchy throat ensues, give this program a try.
1. Get up drink 16 oz. of spring water and take a probiotic 4
2. A half hour later drink 8 oz. warmed water with Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar (one capful)
3. A half hour later squeeze on fresh grapefruit and drink
4. Drink the Fibromyalgia Juicing Recipe
5. Eat Fibromyalgia Breakfast Soup
6. Have one banana and 12 raw almonds for a snack
7. Drink 16 oz. of spring water
8. A half hour before lunch squeeze another grapefruit and drink
9. During lunch, chop one or two fresh garlic cloves and sprinkle over top
10. Drink 16 oz. of spring water
11. For an afternoon snack have Fibromyalgia Salad
12. Drink 16 oz. of spring water
13. A half hour before dinner squeeze another grapefruit and drink
14. An hour after dinner make Fibromyalgia Smoothie
15. Drink 16 oz. of spring water
You may have noticed that all the recipes are chuck full of natural antibiotics. Natural alternatives seem to be the safest way to treat minor infections, better known as opportunistic viruses and bacteria.