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Cold or Flu – What to Do!

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How to Prevent - or Beat - a Common Cold and Stay Well

The Flu season is here, and so many people are sniffling. 

While there are many options to prevent a cold and even treat it with natural means, often it is too late when you feel it coming on.

Here is my Go-to for this situation!

I get asked all the time: How are you staying so healthy all the time?

My secret: A simple and inexpensive supplement: Cold-Pro by CanPrev!

How did I find out about this - sadly - well-kept secret? 

I tried it!

One evening hubby and I felt like we were getting the flu. You know that feeling, right? Scratchy throat, a little muscle pains all over, just that "unwell" feeling...

 I took 2 Cps of ColdPro, but hubby refused to take the "Pills"... (men!)

Next day he had the flu and had it for 3 weeks.   I got nothing...

The next time we both felt like getting the flu, I took 2 Cold-Pro again. A few moments later I heard "Oh, give me some of these wonder pills, too" by hubby 😍

This time neither of us got sick.

Now, if you wonder what this supplement is and where to get it, here is the answer for you:

Not sure if you have a cold or if it is something more serious? Read this blog post to find out!


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How to use it:

To Prevent the Common Cold:

  1. Take Cold-Pro 2 Caps at the first sign that you might get a cold unless contraindicated
  2. Wash your hands after each visit to a public area
  3. For sore throat, take Zinc lozenges as soon as possible (they should be astringent to have any effect)
  4. Increase your Vitamin C intake if you’ve had contact with other people who have the cold (3 x 1 g or more – ask your physician if taking more than 2 g/day)
  5. Keep the air in your home moist by using a humidifier or drying moist kitchen towels
  6. Don’t smoke

What to do if you already have a Cold?

  1. Continue taking ColdPro 2 x 2 caps unless contraindicated
  2. Continue taking Vitamin C as needed
  3. If your sinuses are plugged, try a nasal irrigator pot to rinse out the sinuses
  4. For laryngitis, sinus, and chest colds do a head steam bath with chamomile tea (download instructions below)

If you have a fever over 39°C (or any fever more than 3 days), are immuno-compromised or have any other serious health conditions consult your physician before taking any supplement!


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Read What Others Say...

“After spending about 30 hours on airplanes last week , and of course they are notorious for catching cold and flu bugs, two days after coming home along came the sore throat, ... but what I did do take Dr. Christine's advice ..., and she has the Cold-Pro Formula which I take along with my Immuno-Multi vitamins...and immediately within a day I felt perfect and normal. So folks, it works, so go get it!"

Paul Roy

"I've taken this Cold-Pro that Dr. Christine gave to me. I felt a cold coming on three different times like at nighttime when going to bed I started coughing, so I took 2 pills right away at night - in the morning, the cold was gone !!  Three times it happened!"

"I take Cold-Pro every time I feel I get a cold. It is super and works great! "

Cheryl-Ann

I take it every time at the first sign that I may be getting a cold and it works every time! I am not getting sick anymore! Great stuff!

Christine Sauer
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How to use it:

To Prevent the Common Cold:

  1. Take Cold-Pro 2 Caps at the first sign that you might get a cold unless contraindicated
  2. Wash your hands after each visit to a public area
  3. For sore throat, take Zinc lozenges as soon as possible (they should be astringent to have any effect)
  4. Increase your Vitamin C intake if you’ve had contact with other people who have the cold (3 x 1 g or more – ask your physician if taking more than 2 g/day)
  5. Keep the air in your home moist by using a humidifier or drying moist kitchen towels
  6. Don’t smoke

What to do if you already have a Cold?

  1. Continue taking ColdPro 2 x 2 caps unless contraindicated
  2. Continue taking Vitamin C as needed
  3. If your sinuses are plugged, try a nasal irrigator pot to rinse out the sinuses
  4. For laryngitis, sinus, and chest colds do a head steam bath with chamomile tea

If you have a fever over 39°C (or any fever more than 3 days), are immuno-compromised or have any other serious health conditions consult your physician before taking any supplement!


About the Author Dr. Christine Sauer

Dr. Christine Sauer, MD,ND(Ger), INHC, CBHC is a German-trained conventional as well as naturopathic physician, a Certified Brain and Mental Health Expert and Coach and a Certified Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Coach. Through her own journey from successful owner of a large practice in Germany through the abyss of mental and physical health to complete recovery she discovered her unique process to help her clients achieve lasting health and wellness. Her mission is to change the world for the better, one life at a time. Her hobbies are science, learning new things, cooking, gardening and her backyard chickens and dogs.

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