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93 Common Cold Meal and Juice Recipes: Cure the Common Cold Fast Without Recurring to Pills

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Scientific research shows the strong relation between a healthy diet full of different nutrients and the common cold. This is quite expected, proper nutrition boosts up our immune system making it more resistant to different viruses. The stronger your immune system means a stronger body and fewer colds. As simple as that! Boosting your immune system is a never ending process that starts the moment we are born through our mother's milk. It continues with a nutrient-rich diet every single day for the rest of our lives. A proper, healthy diet must include plenty of fruits and vegetables, beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds because these foods are abundant in different vitamins and minerals that are crucial for building up the immune system and the proper functioning of the entire organism. This collection of healthy recipes full of green vegetables, lean meat, fruits, nuts, and seeds is big enough to provide a unique variety for everyone to enjoy.
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ISBN
9781387273010
Edition
First Edition
Published
October 4, 2017
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
30.44 KB

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