Summer is over. School has started and so let the germs begin! I’m already hearing from clients telling me their kids have just started school and brought home a cold or flu. Of course I tell them to start on the bone broths, toss out the sugar, always eat immune building foods (antioxidants) and start taking Vitamin C. Actually, you should start doing this to prevent illness. Remember, you’re eating to heal Eat foods that are nutrient-dense, properly prepared and doing the body good not harm. Here’s some things you can do to start building your immune system.
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Hydrate – The Power Of Hydration! Water is by far the most important essential (essential means your body cannot make it) nutrient for the body. You can go eight weeks without food, but only days without water! It makes up 55-60% of our total body mass and it’s found in all tissues of our body. I wrote an article about this magical essential nutrient. Click here to read all the benefits – http://eattoheal.net/the-power-of-hydration/