Vegetable Juices are a fantastic fuel to supply nutrients and antioxidants to the body while keeping you hydrated and feeling rejuvenated.
Dairy, as in milk, cheese, or ice cream, won’t cause the body to produce more phlegm as many think. But, according to the Mayo Clinic, dairy can make the mucus thicker and more irritating to an already sore throat.
Fermented foods, like kefir and yogurt, are helpful to the immune system. They’re full of gut-friendly probiotics willing to fight on your behalf when it's time to fortify against the nasty flu. It can also be diluted with water to make it easy to drink.
Protein can be your best friend during the flu season. Protein-packed Almased is often used for weight loss because it satisfies the appetite, strengthens metabolism, and is so nutritional that it can safely substitute for an entire meal.
Almased is low-glycemic and high-protein (LGHP) – 27 grams of protein per serving – or a full 35 grams when mixed with soy or almond milk.
As mentioned, protein is king during weight loss and when the body is extra busy fighting off bad bugs. It is crucial for strong immunity and cellular repair, and reproduction.
Most importantly, Almased’s multi-protein formula is easy to digest. The availability of amino acids and bioactive peptides is further increased by a unique fermentation process using active enzymes from natural sources – non-GMO soy, cultured yogurt, and raw honey!
Did you know that even after production, when the Almased canister is sealed, the fermentation process continues? That is how Almased remains an active, living food that boosts the immune system with probiotics and supports the body in so many different ways.