The recent cold wave that has swept across the north eastern region has left many wondering how to keep healthy during this arctic blast. It is easy to expect such temperatures especially during the winter months, but surely no one could imagine the sudden misery of this wind chill that has promoted degrees as low as 32 degrees below zero, according to the National Weather Service. Often times, it would be easier to determine to always keep the vitamin c handy and a cup of mom’s chicken noodle soup. The frigid changes of the weather this year has caused the worst flu outbreak in years. So, keeping healthy and warm is the only name of the game. Below are a few things you may want to consider to keep you healthy during this ice age weather.
Drink green smoothies to keep the immune system operating at its best.
Enjoy a healthy diet during the winter months-fresh fruit and vegetables will keep your resistance right where it needs to be.
Wash your hands often to keep from exposing yourself to everyday germs.
Get your rest-resting helps to repair damage cells and keeps the body temperature normal.
Keep the Vitamin C handy rather you take it in pill form or liquid. With the recent flu outbreak the vitamin c will help to keep you healthy and it provides a barrier against cold and flu.
Drink as much Pomegranate juice as your body can stand. Pomegranate is very high in antioxidants and will boost your body’s immunity.
Homemade chicken noodle soup is the old standard to keep your body warm during the extra cold weather.
Take a good multi-vitamin to make sure your body is getting all the right nutrients daily.
Enjoy a nice cup of green tea daily which has numerous health benefits while keeping colds at bay.
Protect your body and stay warm with the right cloths-hats, sweaters, gloves you know the drill.
It is never easy to enjoy extreme weather conditions but taking precautions before during and after will keep your body healthy as you look forward to the warmer months filled with sun and sand.