In this episode Tony and Kinna discuss the common cold and some little known body chemistry imbalances that can make you more susceptible to viral issues. Listen in to learn what you can do to help keep your body balanced to help your body defend itself through flu season and against viruses in general.
In this Episode You’ll Learn
- The connection between sugar consumption, viral susceptibility and errant calcium metabolism.
- The connection between cultural holiday dietary changes and flu season.
- How vitamin C actually works in the body to support cellular health and your immune system.
- Find out what food are best to avoid to reduce your susceptibility to colds, flus and viruses in general.
- Find out what foods and supplements may come in super handy to strengthen your immune system naturally.
Links Mentioned in this Episode
Show Transcriptions – The Common Cold
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything you hear on the show as medical advice. This information should be for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice, now get off me.
Kinna: Hey everybody, welcome to Kick It Naturally. I’m Kinna McInroe and I’m here in the studio with T.C. Hale. He is natural health expert, author and movie producer. He’s a fancy guy, say Hi T.C.
Tony: Hey I’m fancy. I’m very excited I’m fancy because today we are talking about flu season.
Kinna: So go ahead and follow us right now on Facebook at Kick It in the Nuts and we will post topics there that we will be doing in future shows and you can ask us any questions that you want us to cover on the show.
Tony: And ask those questions about Kinna too just so we can talk about her.
Kinna: Yeah, I’m a fascinating person so you’ll want to know all about me. So I have a question about cold season here. Is the cold have anything to do with getting a cold? Because it seems like we have more cold in the winter than we do in the summer or the spring. So what’s up with that?
Tony: It’s weird that there’s more flues during flu season.
Kinna: Yeah, yeah and colds during the cold.
Tony: Yeah. That is one thing I want to talk about a lot today. My opinion of the misinterpretation of the flu season- and it’s going to take me about 10 minutes to answer your question but I think it’s a good question so I’m going to do it. But, first I kind of want to get into explaining our immune system-
Kinna: Oh, brother.
Tony: Yeah, so we are going to do some science and it’s going to be jazzy.
Kinna: No it scares me.
Tony: I know, I know because there’s bones and guts in there.
Kinna: And smart stuff.
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