Nebraska kids will be heading back to school from holiday break soon and once again their classroom will become a breeding ground for bacteria
Nebraska kids will be heading back to school from holiday break soon and once again their classroom will become a breeding ground for bacteria. We are in the middle of the cold and flu season and Dr. Lauren Feder has some natural tips on how to stay healthy.
Dr. Lauren Feder, physician, holistic and homeopathic specialist; "an anti-bacterial."
Dr. Feder is a physician but is also a specialist in holistic and homeopathic medicine. She recommends sliced onion beside a bed to clear congestion and push the garlic which is a natural antibacterial.
Grandma was right. There are many things in your own kitchen that can help ease the symptoms of cold and flu. Dr. Lauren Feder is a holistic and homeopathic specialist and says Nebraskans suffering from congestion can get relief with onions.
Feder; "is very inexpensive."
Dr. Feder also recommends pushing garlic this time of year as it is an antibacterial. To avoid getting sick in the first place she recommends wearing an undershirt to keep extra warm and don't forget to wear a hat in cold weather. Also on her list is plenty of sleep, healthy foods and cut sugar intake as sugar weakens the immune system.
Some of the best cures for cold and flu are in your own kitchen. Dr. Lauren Feder is a holistic and homeopathic specialist and says for those feeling under the weather, stuffy or have body aches can get relief by whipping up her favorite tonic.
Feder; "by it as well."
Dr. Feder says grandma really knew what she was talking about when she pushed garlic as a cure-all. She says it is an excellent antibacterial. She also recommends wearing an undershirt and hat in cold weather, get plenty of sleep and limit sugar intake as it weakens the immune system.
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