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Vegan, Dairy Free
1 Frozen Banana
½ Cup Freeze Dried Blueberries
1 Cup Dairy-Free Milk
1 Tsp Seed Butter
Handfuel Raw Walnuts and Pecans with Wild Berries, for topping
Chia Seeds, for topping
Goji Berries, for topping
Blackberries, for topping
Coconut Shavings, for topping
1. Add the frozen banana, freeze-dried blueberries and strawberries, BUCK Buckwheat Mylk Original, acai powder, and the seed butter to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a large bowl.
2. Top with the Handfuel nuts and Berries mix, chia seeds, goji berries, and coconut shavings.
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Ah, November, the start of Cold and Flu Season in Canada. Want to know how to stay healthy this Cold and Flu Season? We’ve got a medicine cabinet full of natural cold and flu remedies that can help you to boost your immune system and prevent the flu naturally, or be prepared when sickness strikes!
Wondering What are the Best Vitamins for Cold and Flu Season?
Vitamin C: Found in many citrus fruits, Vitamin C is a natural immunity booster, and can help prevent the common cold. Vitamin C chews and supplements are all great ways to increase your Vitamin C intake and stay healthy during Cold Season 2021.
Vitamin D3: A great supplement to take during cold and flu season, when you don’t have as much exposure to sunlight. A Vitamin D3 supplement can help prevent acute respiratory infections in the winter months, keeping your respiratory system in tip-top shape.
Stock up on the Best All-Natural Home Remedies
Here are some of the best foods for preventing a cold and/or getting rid of a cold or flu:
Honey: This natural sweetener has antimicrobial properties, making it a top-notch contender when it comes to naturally fighting off viruses. Honey also has a soothing effect, relieving cough and sore throat. Add some honey to hot water and lemon and have honey lemon throat lozenges and throat spray on hand for those days when you need a little immunity boost!
Garlic: An ancient home remedy for the cold and flu, garlic is known for its antibacterial and antiviral properties. Consume raw garlic to maintain a healthy immune system or at the first sign of sickness and incorporate fresh, garlic-rich foods into your diet.
Elderberry: Rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C, elderberry is a great natural remedy that can fight off flu viruses. Sip on a tea infused with elderberry and echinacea, and have a natural cold syrup ready for the first signs of sickness this cold season.
Ginger: You might not want to skip out on ginger next time you’re out for sushi! This powerfully potent plant can help to reduce inflammation, soothe a sore throat, and protect against cold viruses. Sip on ginger throat soother or a ginger infused tea, and have ginger chews readily available when the sore throat strikes!
Soup: Your grandma wasn’t lying when she said soup would cure your cold! Not only is soup rich in immune-boosting vitamins, it can also help to reduce congestion and soothe a sore throat. Stock up on healthy soups this Winter season, to keep your immune system healthy and strong.
Shop our selection of Cold and Flu Remedies here.