Blog Articles — Immune Support

Carl Gregory

How to Avoid Getting Sick this Holiday Season

So, it’s happened again: you’ve got the holiday fever…and no, we are not talking about the kind filled with a penchant for festive cookies, champagne toasts, and cozy sweaters. Whether it is the stomach flu during the Thanksgiving feast or a cold on Christmas morning, getting sick over the holiday season is an inevitability most of us have come to terms with. It’s not just the “holiday season,” it is also “flu and cold season.” However, before you chalk it up to some cruel universal joke, one where you must trade the elaborate holiday party buffet for bland chicken soup...

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Carl Gregory

How to Stay Healthy Over the Holidays

Tis the season of endless platters of cookies and treats, epic feasts, long lines at the mall, and lots of travel, be it to your sister’s house four miles away or across the country. While the holidays bring ample joy, they also have a tendency to wear us down and do a number on our health. With party after party filling up our autumn and winter calendars, we’re going to have to take some special care if we want to make to that New Year’s party in one piece. Here are five tricks to keep you feeling healthy, energetic, and...

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Moms Love OneSecond Supplements

For busy moms on the go, OneSecond Supplements oral spray technology, and high-quality vitamin blends have been a massive hit. Here are the top 5 reasons moms are making OneSecond Supplements their supplement of choice: 1. It’s convenient and easy. Susan of 5 Minutes for Mom hates swallowing pills. Now, she takes OneSecond Supplements Daily Vitamin B12, Daily Vitamin D3, Children's Daily Multivitamin, and Daily Immune Support blends. “Seriously. I’m in complete shock.”, she says. “This is one of those products where I know I will be going out and stocking up before I run out…I’m loving how easy this is.”...

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Carl Gregory

How to Avoid Getting Sick On Summer Vacation

Nothing can ruin your summer vacation faster than a cold. If you thought warm weather and a tropical climate were going to keep you safe, think again. A cold actually has nothing to do with temperature. In fact, many experts believe summer is actually the worst season for colds, mainly because the viruses that cause them tend to hang around much longer. To make matters worse, summer colds tend to take on more flu-like symptoms, compared to their winter counterparts. Travelers are particularly susceptible to these summer sniffles (and aches and pains and oh, the agony), mainly because this virus...

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