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All information below is a summary and is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Always consult a doctor before
making a decision about your health.
Flu season is coming and this year’s vaccine may or may not be a good match. So let’s fuel our body for the fight. After all, vaccines only show our body what the flu virus will look like. It’s up to our body to actually fight and kill the virus. There’s a lot more you can do at home than just wash your hands. You can eat with a purpose to prime your body to build the arsenal it needs to keep you healthy this flu season.
A well-nourished immune system can help reduce your risk of the flu. All of the nutrients in the foods mentioned help your body build a virus killing tank that is ready for the hunt. So make a shopping list, grab some food, stock the pantry, and get eating! Soon you may be one of the lucky ones that gets to say, “I didn’t get sick this year”.
Runners burn up nutrients faster placing them at risk for vitamin/nutrient deficiency. This slows performance and opens them up to injury.
Overall here are the bullet points of the presentation:
Shopping list of foods to help you heal as they are high in nutrients that repair tissue:
Study shows multivitamin doesn't work- What multivitamin? Claiming a vitamin doesn't work is like saying restaurants are unhealthy. Not all restaurants are the same, neither are multivitamins.
Most research is performed on poor quality multivitamins.
Supplements do work, we see it in research all the time.
Wrong conclusions drawn from a study or report adds to confusion on if people should take vitamins or not.
Don't just ask anyone about vitamins, not all health professionals are educated on nutrition.
If your vitamin has these on the label, you may want to put it back on the self: