The Common Cold Cure

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Avery Pub., 1999 - Medical - 167 pages
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Yes, there is a cure for the common cold. In this invaluable book, two natural health experts explain how a regimen of vitamin C, zinc, echinacea, and other supplements can stop most colds and flu before they even start -- and how other natural remedies can effectively relieve symptoms.

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Sahelian, the author of numerous titles on nutrients, herbs, and hormones, and Toews (The Green Tea Book) outline ways to boost the immune system in order to prevent cold and flu viruses from landing ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Conventional Medicine Versus the Common Cold
19
Vitamin CGold Medal Infection Fighter
33
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Ray Sahelian, M.D., is a popular and respected physician and medical writer who is internationally recognized as a moderate voice in the evaluation of nutrients, herbs and hormones. He has appeared on numerous national television programs including the NBC Nightly News, CBS This Morning, NBC Weekend, and on CNN, and has been quoted in many national magazines and newspapers. He lives in Marina Del Ray, California.

A writer with an emphasis on health education, is editor of Nutrition Alert and a contributing columnist for Natural Living Today.

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