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It is often said that here in Singapore, doctors prescribe antibiotics too frequently!
If you have a mild dose of flu, coughs and colds, don't run to the doctor and ask for antibiotics! They may be no help at all - antibiotics kill bacteria, but not viruses, so they wont help you if you have flu. Taking antibiotics unnecessarily weakens your immune system and strengthens bacteria, making them more resistant to drugs. The good news is that nature has provided with many natural compounds that can help fight bacteria, viruses and fungal infections.
Two such products that immediately come to mind are olive leaf extracts and coconut products like monolaurin. These can target and kill many harmful microbes without the nasty side effects of antibiotics. A cold, cough or flu can be cleared off in a couple of days. If you're a pregnant or nursing mum, they are safe for your child and will enable you to recover quickly.
Furthermore, oral antibiotics kill the good bacteria in your gut that are essential for the proper digestion of your food. Without those colonies of good bacteria in your gut, you will not get the full nutritional benefits of your food, and you will feel bloated, pass smelly gas and stools, and be at higher risk of colon cancer. If you have been on antibiotics, don't forget to follow up with our 16 Strain Probiotics to help rebuild those vital colonies of good bacteria!
An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, so remember to build up your immune system using natural immune boosters. These include things such as Echinacea, Omega-3, Vitamins A, C and D, minerals Zinc and Selenium, as well as the ultimate immune booster, Undenatured Whey Protein, which increases the body's supply of glutathione.
Of course, if you have a severe infection, for instance, an infected wound, bronchitis etc, then of course you need antibiotics - and be sure to finish the course and follow up with your doctor!