"Combating winter ailments lies in supporting your immune system. Take proactive steps to enhance your body’s resistance with some simple diet and lifestyle habits.”
Blackmores Director of Education
Cold & Flu season doesn’t need to be a drag. At the first sign of a scratch or tickle Blackmores’ Cold & Flu range provides support for your body’s immune defences to:
Will a warm woollen jacket stop you from getting the flu?
No! Colder weather does not cause you to contract the flu. When it’s cold, we tend to spend more time indoors, with others and with heaters on. These are ideal conditions for the flu virus to spread. Our immune systems may also be slightly more compromised during this time of year as we may change our diet and exercise regimes.
Why your immunity deserves your respect
At every stage of our journey on this earth our powerful immune system provides life-saving protection. But, what happens when this goes wrong and instead of protecting us, our immune system attacks us?
Another good reason to get a family pet
Pet lovers may experience less anxiety and stress as well as lower blood pressure and heart rates, but did you know, they could boost your immunity as well?
Seasonal food for immunity
Naturopath Danielle Steedman looks at the importance of seasonal produce as a delicious, economic and environmentally friendly way to fight off colds and flu.
Are we cleaning ourselves sick?
If you carry anti-bacterial gel in your handbag or have alcohol swabs next to your keyboard, you’ve probably been raised to think germs are bad for you, naturopath, Sophie Tesoriero investigates.
Blackmores Director of Education, Pam Stone, believes the key to beating winter ailments lies in supporting your immune system through diet and lifestyle. Read more.
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