Natural Cold and Flu Defense
Midpoint Trade Books, Incorporated, Aug 10, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 30 pages
Few things are more frustrating than coming down with a cold or the flu, and despite billions of dollars spent every year to "treat" their symptoms, there still exists no viable cure. Author C. M. Hawken examines various natural supplements-vitamin C, zinc, echinacea, and others-for their ability to fight colds and the flu. Also discussed are preventive strategies, the role of diet, and various helpful hints for staying healthy year-round.
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