Did you know that viruses love winter? It’s true. In colder weather, viruses adapt and put on a hard outer shell to protect them. Trouble is, this added outer layer allows viruses to spread more easily. So what can you do? Eat immune support foods of course.
In the Institute for Natural Medicine Food as Medicine series, we are offering readers a free digital ebook, Winter Weather Foods for Immune Support.
It’s full of recipes for immune support support. How about a vegan mushroom soup to warm the soul, roasted winter squash with miso and ginger, or perhaps a crisp salad full of greens and vegetables? All of these recipes will nourish your body during the winter months. And, of course, our naturopathic doctors offer health tips to stay healthy.
It’s our gift to you. Throughout the year, expect to see more Food as Medicine ebooks to help you stay healthy and fit.
Click on the image below. The link will take you to our content partners at Better Nutrition magazine and INM’s Food As Medicine, Winter Weather Foods for Immune Support eBook.
This free immune support eBook is sponsored by the Institute for Natural Medicine, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, partnered with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. INM’s mission is to transform healthcare in America by increasing both public awareness of naturopathic medicine and access to naturopathic doctors for patients. INM believes that naturopathic medicine, with its unique principles and practices, has the potential to reverse the tide of chronic illness that overwhelms existing health care systems and to empower people to achieve and maintain their optimal lifelong health. INM strives to achieve this mission through the following initiatives:
- Education – Reveal the unique benefits and outcomes of naturopathic medicine
- Access – Connect patients to licensed naturopathic doctors
- Research – Expand quality research of this complex and comprehensive system of medicine
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