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Flu? This will help you!

  1. Do you have a cold or the flu? Chances are your appetite is minimal. Still, you can start to feel better when you do eat something. For example a cup of chicken soup or an ice cream. Nine Food Tips That Will Help You Get Better When You Feel the Flu.

  1. When you are sick, you may not feel like eating at all. But food gives your body energy and that is exactly what you need to recover. You can recover from the following foods: Â

Tip 1: A sandwich with chicken

  1. Chicken is rich in protein, an important nutrient. When you have a cold, you often taste less. So add a little cranberry sauce on the sandwich for flavor.

Tip 2: An ice cream

  1. An icy cold ice cream can soothe a sore, swollen and / or dry throat. It can also help to get enough fluids during the flu. During a cold or flu it is super important to get enough fluids. Make ice creams yourself from, for example, pure fruit juice.

Tip 3: Vegetable juice

  1. You probably don't feel like standing in the kitchen making a salad or anything else. To consume vegetables, have a glass of tomato juice or beet juice. More in the mood for a sweet taste? Then go for a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.

Tip 4: Chicken soup

  1. No surprise, chicken soup naturally belongs in this overview of foods that are good for you during a cold or flu. For centuries people have been presented with it during the flu and cold. It's not nicknamed Jewish penicillin for nothing. A cup of good hot chicken soup immediately makes you sweat, your nose opens and the mucus comes out.

Tip 5: Toasted bread

  1. Have a toasted sandwich or a cracker with the cup of chicken soup. If your stomach can't take much, this is the best you can take.

Tip 6: Garlic

  1. Do you dare, a little garlic in the soup? Garlic is said to be very healthy. Not only does it strengthen your immune system, it is also said to fight respiratory infections. In addition, it is said that garlic has an antibacterial effect. However, this has not been sufficiently scientifically proven.

Tip 7: Ginger

  1. Abdominal pain? Nausea? Ginger is a home remedy often used to soothe these symptoms. Several scientific studies suggest that ginger helps fight inflammation. Add it freshly grated to other foods or have a glass of ginger tea or ginger beer.

Tip 8: Hot tea

  1. Green, oolong and black teas are rich in antioxidants. Oolong is semi-fermented tea, in between black and green tea, with a distinctive nutty flavor. Breathing in the steam from the tea helps with nasal congestion. Add a spoonful of honey and a squeeze of lemon to soothe your sore throat.

Tip 9: Banana

  1. Whole or pureed, a banana is very safe to take and will not go 'wrong' easily. A banana is often the first thing doctors recommend for recovery from a stomach flu. Compared to other fruits, a banana contains little vitamin C, but a lot of dietary fiber, potassium and starch.

  2. Whole or pureed, a banana is very safe to take and will not easily go 'wrong'. A banana is often the first thing doctors recommend for recovery from a stomach flu. Compared to other fruits, a banana contains little vitamin C, but a lot of dietary fiber, potassium and starch.



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