It’s that time of year that wherever you turn there’s someone with the flu, a cold or sore throat. Just this week I’ve had one kid at home sick for several days and another with a runny nose. This is the first time in years that I remember this happening, but I’ve got a wheelhouse of Natural Cold Remedies that I rely on to mend everyone back to health.

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The most important food to eat for all over health, mental and physical healing is a good ole’ bowl of chicken soup, so I’ve partnered with Campbell’s® Organic Soups to bring you this Natural Cold Remedies Video. It’s got all kinds of tips and ideas to boost your immunity and get you healthy in no time flat! Campbell’s® Organic Chicken Noodle Soup is delicious! It’s a great comfort food for cold, winter months.

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Ginger Lemon Honey Tea is something we drink year round, but especially when we’re not feeling our best. I keep all three ingredients on hand year round just in case someone falls ill complaining and under the weather. This tea makes you feel better after one cup. It really is a miracle worker. The tea has such a sweet taste from the honey which also coats your throat twisted with the healing powers of the ginger and lemon.

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A few years ago I learned that watercress was a natural decongestant and realized what a game changer this was when we have extra phlegm in our chests. It’s healing powers are kind of incredible and with a tangy lemon olive oil dressing it tastes delicious to boot.

It’s no at all fun feeling sick, but when you have natural cold remedies to boost your immunity it makes everything feel better!

Check out Campbell’s Kitchen for more delicious soups and recipe ideas!

About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

Comments

  1. I’m disappointed to see a Campbell’s soup being promoted here. I get that it’s organic, and comes in a carton instead of a can, but still – almost 700 mg of sodium in one serving!!

    When my littles are feeling under the weather, I would make your chicken noodle soup recipe ANY DAY over this stuff.

  2. I was disappointed to see that Campbell’s uses yeast extract in their soups. (Like so many other packaged soup brands.) It acts similar to MSG in the body, which kills brain cells among other things. Will have to pass on that, but love the other tips. Thanks Catherine!

  3. I am disappointed to see so many of your videos are partnerships with companies like Campbell’s. Used to really like your website, but feel it is now too commercial.

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