The baby can be cooled 3-8 times a year, while the adult rate is 2 to 4 times. Preventive measures help to reduce the number to a minimum or lower level, while reducing the severity of symptoms of colds and reducing the illness days. Here's what you need to eat between autumn and winter to keep you from the cold:
Vitamin "C". Dietary recommendations call 5 to 6 glasses of fruit and vegetables a day, mostly containing vitamin C. High doses of vitamin A can be obtained from: citrus fruits such as orange, mandarin, grapefruit, red and green peppers, strawberries, apples, broccoli, tomatoes and potatoes.
Chicken soup. This soup contains antibiotics for cold bacteria and there is evidence that eating chicken soup eliminates the symptoms of a cold, such as congestion and discharge from the nose, and reduces the days of the disease.
Hot food. Add curry and chilli to your food to get antibacterial and bactericidal effects, improve immunity and relieve symptoms of fever.
Zinc. From minerals that strengthen immune zinc, found in seafood, Indian, pineapple, pumpkin seeds (white cellulose), you can also take zinc supplements.