Editor’s note: Fit and Write doesn’t advocate self-healing as top priority when it comes to treatment of diseases. We promote foods that help prevent diseases but as far as actual treatment is concerned your personal doctor’s advice will always be number one. With that said, the foods in the infographic have been checked and studies pertaining to their benefits do exist. But only use these foods after you get your doctor’s approval or if your condition isn’t “medically grave” so to speak.
Instead of using prescription antibiotics, why not try adding more natural foods that help with healing to your daily diet? These include; Manuka Honey, Fermented Foods such as Sauerkraut and Kimchi, fresh Ginger, fresh Garlic, Apple Cider Vinegar, the Echinacea herb, Pau d’Arco commonly found in herbal teas, Coconut Oil, Oregano Oil, Olive Leaf Extract and Grapefruit Seed Extract (which can be made a home from the seeds and pulp of a Grapefruit and mixed with Glycerin.)
Since the 1940s antibiotics have been the medical answer to common conditions such as the cold, skin rashes, and mild fevers, but even short term use can lead to antibiotic resistance. For more detailed information on the foods that can help us manage our own health, have a look at this infographic created by Evoke.ie.
He likes to tell people how to grow their money and how to naturally lose body fat. He owns Fit and Write, a website catered to his passion to write about health and fitness. His main weapon against weakness is the kettlebell.
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