How do you fight a virus?
Garlic is anti-viral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial.
You can take garlic in a tonic or if you can handle it, chew raw garlic.
It not only will help fight the virus, it will help kill any secondary infections trying to take root..
Do viruses feed on sugar?
Bacteria and viruses have a sweet tooth! It’s no coincidence when these microorganisms attack the human organism to make us ill, for example when they give us pneumonia or flu. The great majority, around 80%, of these bacteria and viruses seek out the sugars on the surface of our cells.
Is sugar bad for a virus?
Like Dr. Roizen mentions, sugar hinders the immune system since, according to a study done on fruit flies, the white blood cells are not able to do their job and destroy bad bacteria or viruses as well as when someone does not eat sugar.
Does sugar make a cold worse?
Why it makes you feel worse: Eating refined sugar can temporarily suppress your white blood cells’ ability to fight off bacteria, says Dr. Arthur. For a few hours after snacking on cookies, candy, or sugary cereal, your immune system is weaker.
Does sugar destroy your immune system?
There is no scientific evidence to suggest that consuming too much sugar will directly weaken your immune system. However, sugary foods and beverages contain a lot of calories and too many calories may adversely affect immune function.
Do viruses ever die?
The good news for us is that unlike bacteria that can grow on their own, viruses have to be inside living cells to replicate. So when the body dies the virus can’t replicate anymore; it’s just a question of how long will it take for all the virus that is there to no longer be infectious.