To help combat recurring ear, nose and throat problems try increasing your daily intake of Vitamin C, which strengthens your immune system and helps prevent and heal both bacterial and viral infections (cold, flu, sore throat, etc.).

As you may recall, Vitamin C is not stored in your body. It’s also a fragile vitamin, easily destroyed by heat and exposure to light and air, so you have to replenish your supply daily.

If you are suffering from an ear, nose or throat problem, eat more of the following foods:

– fresh fruit, especially gooseberries, currants, lemons, oranges, grapefruits and kiwis;

– fresh vegetables, especially cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, green peppers, potatoes and parsley.

Gold also strengthens your immune system by activating white blood cells. Like copper and silver, with which it is often combined, gold is a powerful anti-infectious agent. Gold is especially recommended for combating ear, nose and throat infections in children, since it also stimulates growth. You might want to ask your doctor to prescribe this oligo-element, combined with copper and silver.

Recommended Foods – parsley

– green pepper

– broccoli – potatoes

– Brussels sprouts

– cauliflower

– lemons, oranges, grapefruit, kiwis

– gooseberries

Foods to avoid

– gluten

– dairy products