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September, 2013

Coconut Oil, Excellent Natural Remedy For Colds And Flu

Seasonal colds and flu can be extremely inconveniencing, but the best course of action is to use natural means and allow the body to run its course.

An occasional cold or flu is the body’s natural cleansing and detoxifying response. Antibiotics prevents this detoxifying process and weakens the body.

Consuming four to six tablespoons of the coconut oil per day during the cold and flu is highly effective. This can be used in cooking, smoothies or consumed right off the spoon. Extra virgin coconut oil contains large amounts of lauric, capric and caprylic acids, which are potent antiviral and antifungal compounds.

Healthy Habits For 2013

It is all too easy to want to start a new year’s resolution, but the excitement soon wanes and we feel back to square one. However, there are some healthy habits that are easier to maintain.  How often do we express gratitude for our life? Why not write down every great deed that happens to you on a daily basis, stick them in a jar, and date them so that you can look back at this good fortune. Alternatively, a great way to lose weight and keep it off long term is to cook meals from scratch. So, if you are not too confident with cooking, join a cookery class and learn a few basics.

To learn about other healthy habits that you can put into place in 2013, click here http://www.care2.com/greenliving/8-healthy-habits-for-the-new-year.html

Coconut Oil For Bronchial Infection

Bronchial congestion is inflammation of air passages (bronchi) in the lungs and the trachea. Inflammation can be caused by infection due to bacteria and viruses (common cold and flu) or other irritants such as fumes, dust, or pollutants. This condition is worsened in patients who smoke or suffer from asthma.

Bronchial congestion is characterized by cold, cough and associated difficulty in breathing.

Coconut oil is anti-bacterial and has antimicrobial properties, so it effectively prevents the spread of cancer cells and enhances the immune system. It is an anti-fungal and also anti-inflammatory suppressing inflammation and repairing tissues that may contribute to harmful intestinal microorganisms that cause chronic inflammation. Hence, its ideal for bronchial congestion.

Say Good Riddance To Those Hot Flashes

Hot flashes occur most often to women beginning and going through menopause. This is a rapid rise and fall in body temperature associated with the hormonal imbalance.

One way to naturally nitrile hot flashes is with the use of Coconut oil. While this oil may be beneficial, it should not be considered as a cure for this imbalance. Coconut oil may be useful in relieving several of the symptoms associated with hot flashes; however, if allergic to coconut or any of its byproducts, do not use it for any purpose. Talk with a doctor before taking coconut oil for hot flashes.