Flu season is upon us and it can last all the way until May! If you haven’t yet, there are still multiple ways you can protect yourself from the flu virus. First and foremost, if you haven’t gotten your flu shot yet, there’s still time, and it’s highly recommended. The seasonal flu shot was created to protect us against 3-4 common flu viruses. This means that you are reducing your risk of getting the flu by 40-60%.
Other ways you can protect yourself against the notorious virus include: practicing good health and hygiene habits, trying flu antiviral drugs, and maintaining your immune system. For more information check out this article from medicalnewstoday.com.
Some of these tips are self-explanatory and quite easy to achieve. However, when it comes to things like maintaining your immune system, it can be difficult to decipher what that means. Luckily, we make it easy for you with Food Research! Here are some of our top supplements we recommend to help get you through flu season safe and sound!
Vitamin Mineral supplement - Loaded with vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B-1, B-2, B-6, B-12, and lots more! You’ll be able to provide your body with plenty of vitamins and minerals to help maintain your immune system.
Intracellular Cough - Containing wildcrafted ingredients and no additional preservatives or synthetics, you are sure to get the most natural benefits! You can enhance your immune health, and support a healthy trachea and lymphatic system.
Simply Lung - Made with all natural ingredients, you can support your respiratory health, lung health, and an acid-based balance.
These healthy habits don’t have to stop outside of flu season either! You can keep your body in tip top shape all year long. It’s as simple as taking the right precautions and ensuring your immune health is a top priority for you!
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