How your kitchen can protect you against anti-biotic resistant bacteria

Long before we the age of artificial synthetic antibiotics or man made laboratory created antibiotics  Dr Holly needles…nature provided us with some awesome antibiotics that still work!!!

1. Spices like garlic support our immune system and act as anti-microbials

2. Real cinnamon (especially Sri Lanka cinnamon) is anti-microbial

3. Spices like oregano, rosemary and thyme are antimicrobial for upper respiratory issues   

4. Echinacea (especially Augustifoliais a great for improving immune function)small jar and laddle

5. Probiotics in your foods (fermented, pickled, yogurt) is great to increase the probiotic component of your immune system

6. Honey was a great natural anti-biotic prior to the laboratory ones   Dr Holly good fat oils

7. Watermelon is great for the immune system

8. Ginger is another anti-microbial and also an anti-inflammatory

And there are a host of others…Go back to nature and REAL medicine and REAL food and GET HEALTHY

You have a CHOICE – here’s to your health!

For more information, contact: Dr Holly at holly@choicesunlimited.ca

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