5 Simple Ways to Stay Cold and Flu Free

You're not sick yet, but flu season is on its way. Adding these easy activities to your daily routine will help you stay healthy through winter.


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Garlic it Up

It’s time to start channeling your inner Mario Batali and cook up some Italian cuisine—or anything with loads of garlic. The potent bulb contains the compound allicin, which is known to have antiviral properties that may prevent colds and the flu, explains Keri Glassman, nutritionist and author of The New You and Improved DietSo go ahead, grab another piece of garlic bread!