It’s cold and flu “season.” You know what that means, right? Kids go back to school, the holiday season begins,and people start stuffing themselves with candy corns. Kids generally obliterate their immune systems by eating an entire bag of candy in one night, and next week will be the busiest week of the year in most pediatricians’ offices. Happy Halloween!
Whether or not you choose to get the flu shot (don’t get me started), there are a few things you can do whenever you feel like you might be coming down with the cold or flu to stay healthy. I have been following this plan for a year now and have managed to stay healthy. No colds, no flu, no nothing. Whenever I begin to feel a hint of the “kiddie crud,” I follow this plan to avoid getting sick.
I found this information in an excellent article written by Dr. Bill Falloon, head of Life Extension Foundation, in his article on how to avoid the influenza. You can find further explanation and the related references in his article. He hasn’t been sick in over 25 years, so I’m doing what he’s doing. Continue reading “The 7 Steps to Preventing Cold and Flu | Halloween Happenings” »