Protect yourself against Aussie flu

Have you heard of the Aussie flu? This outbreak has hit the UK as many readers will already know so it is vital to learn how to protect yourself against Aussie flu today.

It’s a timely reminder that prevention is better than cure and looking after yourself and your family is so important. Make sure you are getting enough sleep for your wellbeing for example.

Are you sure your bodies are getting the right nutrients?

How you can protect yourself against Aussie flu?

Babi Chana, Nutritionist and Biochemist for Wiley’s Finest, has explained why Omega-3 is the essential nutrient to help our immunue system.

“Omega-3 fatty acids help our immune system and fight infections such as colds and flu. They build healthy mucous membranes – the delicate skin that lines the airways and digestive systems, which act as a first line barrier, guarding against entry of germs into the body.”

“Omega-3 EPA produces ‘eicosanoids’ that produce beneficial effects in the regulation of inflammation, immunity and blood clotting.”

Wiley’s Finest Giveaway

I have an exciting giveaway where 1 winner will win a 4 months supply of Wiley’s Finest for themselves and their child consisting of 2 bottles of the Orange Burst Liquid and 2 bottles of the Beginners DHA Liquid.

The Orange Liquid is great as you can incorporate it into juices.

How do you protect yourself against Aussie flu?

Protect Yourself Against Aussie Flu

The Beginners DHA is great for toddlers. It can easily be incorporated into yoghurt, smoothies and baby food. It also comes with a little syringe so you can easily put it into your child’s mouth (and adorable little stickers).

Each of these bottles contains 50 servings. The total prize value is £95.56 and I am appreciative to Wiley’s Finest for their generosity.

How to enter

Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Not all entry requirements are mandatory but of course the more you do, the higher your chances of winning.  It’s a high value prize that just might save you from the Aussie flu so remember you have got to be in it to win it and try your luck today.

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76 thoughts on “Protect yourself against Aussie flu”

  1. I honestly can’t remember – had a couple of heavy cold/fluey-type bugs in the last 10 years but recovered pretty quickly so doubt they were the actual ‘flu. My immune system’s pretty good – can’t remember the last time I needed antibiotics, and I don’t get the flu vaccine either.

  2. A couple of years ago and I don’t want it again! My husband and parents have had a bad bout over Christmas and New Year

  3. I’m just about recovered from the worst bout of flu I can ever remember having, it completely wiped me out for almost two weeks

  4. Not sure, as I never know if I have the flu. I’ve been ill recently – started with a cough, then a cold and am still coughing. Felt really low in energy as well.

  5. I don’t think I’ve ever had full blown flu, I’ve had really bad colds but never anything so bad that I can’t do anything

  6. My worst one was back in 2014 I had to be admitted to hospital. I have ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia so always battling something

  7. I had it in December, don’t get me wrong, I was glad to get it out of the way before Christmas but I got a triple whammy of Flu, Sinusitis and Chest Infection. I had my flu jab and I think perhaps it could have been much worse if I hadn’t but it was horrible!

  8. I can’t remember the last time I had flu, although I’m just getting over a shocking cold that I’ve had for over a week.

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