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Flu

An Overview from Sharon Montes, M.D.

Although medical textbooks list hundreds of different illnesses, a bad case of flu is high on the list of those that make you feel the sickest. Those who have really had the "flu" (and I'm not talking about a bad co.... more

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Help your Flu through what you eat
Check out our Food Remedies for this condition, or jump straight to one of our Mega-Recipes for Flu.

Mega Recipes
Pork Mole
Baby Bok Choy with Shiitake Mushrooms
Thai Green Chicken Curry
Pasta with Sardines & Fennel
Penne with White Beans, Carrots & Tomatoes


Keep up on cutting-edge research about Flu
We'll give you important details on recent scientific findings and explain how they may directly affect your health.

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