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What do you have to take to cure the cold?

In this article, our partner Nutrisport tells us how we can prevent and cure a cold.

At this time of the year people are more likely to suffer the classic cold and more conditions related to our immune system due to temperature changes.

Therefore, to be able to avoid and if it is the case cure a cold, we must take proper care about our health, both nutritionally and hygienically.

This is why Nutrisport tells us how we have to act to cure it.


Vitamin C helps reduce the process time.

The first is to know that some scientific studies detail that vitamin C could help reduce time necessary to cure us of the cold process. Reason why we should include it when the immune system is most weakened.

We currently find a wide variety of foods rich in vitamin C such as kiwi, tangerine and orange among others.

On the other hand, and if you think that with the basic foods you do not cover the needs of Vitamin C, you can always include a food supplement such as VITAMIN C + E.

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Vitamin C + E

  • 1000 mg of Vitamin C per dose
  • 400 mg of Vitamin E per dose
  • Bottle of 60 chewable tablets
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Reduce physical intensity

The second is that, if you do physical activity, it would be appropriate to reduce the intensity to facilitate the healing of the cold, by doing softer activities such as walking or elliptical at a quiet pace.


Yes, it is clear that you can prevent the cold by applying certain measures, such as:

  • Keep a good hand hygiene to avoid and reduce contact with bacteria,
  • Avoid large temperature changes that cause in our body alterations in the immune system,
  • Reduce stress
  • etc ..

Even so, to reduce the risk of a cold properly you must carry a healthy and balanced diet that allows to cover all the needs of vitamins and minerals.

Cover all your nutritional needs

On the other hand, if we are not able to cover all our nutritional needs we can always resort to supplements that help us cover them.

For example, a multivitamin like VITAL PLUS or for the most athletes ANTIOXIDANT SPORT PACK o SPORT VITAMIN; All of them formulated with multiple vitamins, minerals and other ingredients that are involved in various functions of our body ideal for curing the cold.

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  • Multivitamin complex with minerals
  • 30 capsules
  • 1 capsule per dose
  • >> See Product

Other things to keep in mind ...

Repopulate intestinal bacteria

In case the cold is complicated and finally, under medical prescription, you are prescribed Antibiotics or other medications, you should know that the intestine and the intestinal microbiota can be damaged due to the effect of these medications.

To do this, you must provide food that helps arepoxy intestinal bacteria and that provide nutrients for these.

An option that will favor intestinal recovery are micronutrients such as la L-GLUTAMINE. That's right! L-Glutamine will not only help you regain strength after training sessions, it will also boost your immune system and you can prevent a cold.

On the other hand, you can also facilitate the repopulation of intestinal bacteria by contribution of probiotics and prebiotics, facilitating an earlier intestinal recovery.

You can find probiotics that help you prevent the cold in different foods such as yogurt, the kefir or the sauerkraut.

Not a fan of these foods?

Don't worry, in NutriSport you can find supplements that provide probiotics in its formula as FLAT STOMACH or the TMP60.

TMP 60

  • Combine Whey protein with Casein-Caseinates
  • Contributes to muscle regeneration and development
  • It contains probiotics.
  • >> See Product

Now you are ready to face this Fall without trying. You just have to enjoy it.


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Vitamin C for preventing and treating the common cold. Hemilä H, Chalker E. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013 Jan 31; (1): CD000980. doi: 10.1002 / 14651858.CD000980.pub4. See.

Vitamin C. Alexander J. Michels and Balz Frei. Adv Nutr. 2014 Jan; 5 (1): 16 – 18. Published online 2014 Jan 4. doi: 10.3945 / an.113.005157. Watch.

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