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Don’t wait to fall prey to the cold and flu viruses that are a part and parcel of winter. Instead, keep the sniffles away, or at least minimise their effects with some good old remedies that are all natural and really effective.
Cod liver oil. This is a rich source of natural vitamin D, a key nutrient for maintaining a healthy immune system and warding off colds. Since coughs and colds usually coincide with winter, a time when most people don’t get enough sunshine for their bodies to make vitamin D, cod liver oil is an essential supplement. The most effective kind is cod liver oil fermented by traditional methods. Continue reading