Posts Tagged ‘natural antioxidant rich’

Power up your immune system!

      There are many ways to improve your immune system.  Common ways to boost your immune system are exercise, vitamin intake, drinking a lot of liquids especially water.  Yet the most interesting and fun way to boost your immune system is by eating a variety of yummy good healthy foods.   Any fruits […]

Fight Cold and Flu Naturally

About Cold and Flu  There are more than 200 different viruses that can cause a cold. Some of the more common ones include rhinovirus, corona virus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza (flu) and para-influenza, each one with their own severity. They are usually left to run their course within 1 to 2 weeks without complications […]

Antioxidants: The Heroes Within

The battle is raging at its peak, the winter is drawing nigh. Our heroes’ triumphant cry can be heard from afar but the nemesis kept pounding on the walls, relentlessly aiming to cause destruction. At the end of the day, our heroes lay down tired; their numbers dwindling fast; outside the walls the invaders kept […]

Antioxidants Can Relieve the Symptoms of Flu

eHelps is pleased to be doing our part to help people reduce their chances of getting the flu this season, and so we are offering  BioOPC+ our natural antioxidant rich supplement. To find out why this natural antioxidant rich supplement can reduce or even curtail flu symptoms, read the report below. Most people are unaware […]

Chrysanthemum and Other Natural Remedies to Reduce Flu Symptoms

With flu season closing in, we know you will be doing everything you can to avoid contracting the illness. If despite  flu vaccine, vitamins, health supplements, and contact precautions you feel symptoms coming on, there are still steps you can take to reduce them and shorten the illness. Well known recommendations for decreasing flu symptoms […]

How You Can Reduce Flu Symtoms Naturally

Remember the last time you had the flu? It started with a few innocent sniffles,  runny nose,  congestion, and  cough. A few hours later, while dabbing at your nose with a tissue, you felt feel  fever come on. Then, oh boy, a few more hours and the real symptoms hit, you felt achy all over […]