December 20, 2022 3 min read
In the early years of Goodness Me!, I had two nasty colds, in the same spring season, in quick succession. They flattened me. I had never been so sick! I felt like I was going to die! I decided then and there that I would need to find a way to stop a cold right at the very start, not give it a foothold at all. After all, I was in the business of helping people be healthy, and it had to start with me. I had to find the answer, live it out, and share it with you, our customers.
That first little tickle in your throat, or hint of soreness, or tiny sniffle is actually a call to action! It’s not just a ‘little cold’. It has the potential to spiral into something much more. We are constantly exposed to various viruses, and our immune system can usually quell them without our even knowing it. But viruses multiply exponentially, so when you experience that first little tickle, it’s a sign that your body has been fighting this virus with all it’s got for 24 to 48 hours and can no longer hold it at bay. Your immune system is crying out for help, and you would do well to listen. Respond quickly, before the virus multiplies out of control.
There is a window of opportunity that won’t last.
I have learned that quick action can turn that cold around and eliminate that virus completely…usually in less than 24 hours.
Isn’t this too much? Isn’t it overkill? No, not at all.
I recently had some grandkids stay for the weekend, one of them with a nasty cold. A few days later, when a little sniffle appeared, I trusted that I would not get sick, and failed to act. And I regretted that, because if you let it get ahead of you, you will need to do more, for longer, with less success.
Tackle it powerfully and aggressively, and spare yourself days, or even weeks, of not feeling well. Once you experience success with this protocol, you will understand so much better what that little tickle means, what your body is saying to you, and how to respond.
Be empowered for success!
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