Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Follow Up on the Swine Flu- What ELSE Can You Do?

Hopefully after reading my last post, you can see there is a very simple thing you can do to help prevent yourself and your loved ones from getting the flu (Swine or otherwise) this winter. However, I couldn't call myself a naturopathic doctor if I didn't have some additional suggestions. While admittedly it is a huge one, vitamin D is still just the tip of the iceberg.

Since my last post was so long, I will try to keep this one brief and to the point. All of the recommendations below have general benefits for one or more aspects of your health and well being, as well as some more specific benefits regarding flu prevention.

Preventing the Flu Naturally (click on each entry for more info on why)
  1. Avoid Sugar
  2. Avoid White Flour
  3. Exercise
  4. Eat Raw Sauerkraut
  5. Take Tulsi
  6. Reduce Stress
  7. Get good sleep (contact me if this is easier said than done for you)
  8. LAUGH (start by watching this video clip)

Treating the Flu Naturally

OK, so what if you do all of the above and you still get this little bug? First of all, keep in mind that there is a much greater likelihood you will be fine than in trouble. Again, most cases are fairly mild. If, however, things seem to be getting out of hand, you might consider the following:
  1. IV Vitamin C and the Swine Flu
  2. Asafoetida Can Kill the Swine Flu Virus (I will be carrying a supply of this hard to find herb in my office)

What to Do If You Get a Swine Flu Vaccine

Finally, what about that vaccination everyone is talking about? First, if you haven't done so already, read my previous post to find links for more info on it. If you still choose to get one, or are forced to get this vaccine for some reason, consider the following information:
  1. Dealing with Effects from the Swine Flu Vaccine

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