Thursday October 11, 2012
By: Denise K. Livotti www.PetitsChefsAcademy.com
Tis’ the season for PHLEGM, SINUS ISSUES, COLDS and ICKY-NESS
Tis’ the season for PHLEGM, SINUS ISSUES, COLDS and ICKY-NESS. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR (although not the tastiest of creations) is supremely powerful, an easy, affordable, & natural way to swiftly minimize these symptoms and other irritable symptoms (allergies), is to use 2 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar (“Bragg” brand specifically) in a tea cup’s worth of spring water. Do this 2-3x a day diligently until your problems are diminished. If these symptoms are common occurrences for you, daily use can serve you well. This neutralizes acids and balances ph, boosts immunity, depletes harmful infections / microbes, nourishes the blood, and about a book’s worth of other meaningful lab-proven chemical reactions. Adding organic apple juice to the mixture, in lieu of the spring water, can make it more tolerable / palatable for those more sensitive.
PREVENTION: The preventative measures are to avoid dairy products (milk, cream, cheese, etc.), tap water (including coffee, tea, etc. made with it in public), synthetic antibiotics, fast food, table sugar and salt, sodas, and anything made in a lab or factory. Add a pinch or two of CAYENNE PEPPER if you have a sore throat – try 2 cloves of organic raw Garlic Clove each day if you are fighting infection and remember to drink plenty of pure spring water as soon as you awake to effectively flush out the toxins inside the body. There is a science behind this and simply… it works!
Denise K. Livotti founded Petits Chefs Academy in January 2011 in the hope of inspiring children and their parents to take back the kitchen and discover the fun, value and joy in cooking healthy, nutritious foods. With many years in the corporate world as a Sales and Marketing specialist working for large corporations such as FedEx & CN, Denise realized her real calling over a bowl of home-cooked stew. A Certified L.E.A.N Healthy Lifestyle Coach and Sustainable Local Food Advocate she decided it was time to pursue her passion for cooking good food while teaching others to do the same.