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Combating flu/cold

I caught a flu lately and it's really irritating. Well actually it's not really a serious kinda flu, just that I sneeze alot and thus cause runny nose. I know taking Vitamin C is good but apart from that, there're lots of natural common food which can help combat flu too. Here's what I found from this website.

1. Black/Green Tea
I dint know green tea helps! Now more reason for me to drink green tea! ;)

2. Garlic


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I love garlic and I can top it with plain rice, seriously. And I think you'll agree that garlic is the best thing to eat with bak kut teh ;) The only bad thing about it is, have to deal with a smelly mouth later :P

3. Oyster
Oyster? Seriously? Well, I don't think it's a common food anyway, and I only eat cheese baked oysters cause I'm afraid of the raw taste.


4. Yogurt





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Yogurt has been my favourite snacks, Imma stock up my fridge with lots of them now!

5. Orange-fleshed vegetables
Pumpkins and sweet potatoes are 2 great sources! Not really a pumpkin lover but now have to try to love it.....

Comments

  1. Oyster can combat flu? Hmm, this is new to me :) I eat lot of garlic (really a lot!) and quite a lot of pumpkin, carrot and sweet potatoes but I still get flu every now and then...

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  2. Thx for sharing some tips here - I'm "black hawk down" today

    Health is very important

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  3. I am very prone to flu/cold but mainly cos I have sinus problem too. I like all the food u mentioned!!!

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  4. i have been couching lately too, haiz.. heaty plus the haze~~ :(

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  5. the fifty sen coin Sandoz can help! :)

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  6. mm, I love farlic and it is healthy to.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  7. I loved Garlic and put lots of them when I cook, but my son don't seems to like them. Pumpkin can cure flu, that's news to me. I do cook them occasionally. Tea garden serves pumpkin cake. We are all familiar with the yam cake right? I like the pumpkin type better, so now I have more reason to eat them. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Mei, u take care ya. Never know garlic can combate flu or cold...thanks for the tips.

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  9. Ah... I love garlic, but after eating it surely kena ban by my hubb - cannot open my mouth for several hours.

    You take care and have more fluid, ya!

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  10. Thanks for sharing,,, but i think to combat flu,,it is like basically getting our immune system strong and ready to defend the attack of virus,threfore we must jaga our kesihatan daily ,,,

    take care ya

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  11. I'm afraid of getting flu too. Once downed, sure felt irritated. haha

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  12. I've sensitive nose tat's y easy get flu~~ really irritating! >.<'
    thanks for the sharing!! me too got more reason to drink green tea =D

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  13. *nod nod, honey and garlic are great combination 4 flu!

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  14. hmm..never heard of oyster for flu before...hehehhee. hope you are better now.

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  15. Hayley, take good care, lots and lots of fluid, which include juice and water. Rest more, ok?

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  16. Loves garlic, didn't know oyster & yogurt can do magic for flu. tQ.

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  17. Serious ah??? I eat most of them but I seems to get flu very easily ler!

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  18. Wow, I don know this foods help! Thnx for the tips!! =)

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  19. I've tried eating raw garlic before...it was so hard to swallow..yikes.

    When I have a bad flu, I just take Clarinase..can't stand those mucus flowing out like tap water.

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  20. I'm alright! Only that I still sneeze alot =_=
    Everyone please take care!

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