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Cold and Flu edition on Facebook LIVE

February 12, 2020


Hey everyone, my name is Michelle Latinsky and I’m a Registered Dietitian with Jamison Vitamins. Thank you for joining
us for today’s Facebook Live which is going to be all about cold and flu
season. I’m going to share with you some cold and flu facts and then I’m going to
walk you through my four tips to stay healthy this cold and flu season. We’ll
also talk myths and facts so you know the truth about how to stay healthy.
Please remember to like, comment and ask lots of questions throughout our live
event. I’d also like to take a minute to introduce you to our Community Manager,
Jo, who’s going to be your voice throughout this event. So please send your questions
through to her and she’ll certainly pass over as many of them as she can to me.
Those who tuned in will be entered to win one of two hundred dollar gift
cards, so stick around with us right through until the end. Okay, let’s start
off by discussing some cold and flu facts. First off, health officials are actually predicting a pretty bad flu season ahead
of us this year. The thing about the flu strain is, it actually evolves and so
there’s a different one circulating each year, and so whenever the vaccine is made,
it has to be created in order to match the flu strains that are circulating this particular year. And, the strain that’s expected to circulate this year
actually hit Australia pretty hard over the last few months, and that can be
a pretty good predictor of what we’re going to see here up in the Northern
Hemisphere. The flu vaccine is not perfect but on average it can actually
cut your risk of the flu in about half so talk to your doctor to see if the flu
vaccine is right for you. Okay, let’s talk about the differences between a cold and
a flu. Colds are actually quite common and most adults get about two to five of
them a year, so if you feel like you’re constantly sick in the winter season,
it’s probably might be a cold. Typically you start off with a sore
throat, usually that will last one or two days and
then the nasal symptoms follow, so this is when you get the stuffy or the runny
nose, congestion and also a little bit of a cough, and it usually lasts about one
week. The flu itself is less common, but when it comes on, it’s
quite severe and it does develop quite quickly. And, it’s characterized typically
by fever and also those full body muscle aches so if you have the flu this is
really when it’s gonna be hard to get out of bed and you’ve got to get a lot
of rest. The common cold is actually caused by more than 200 different
viruses, whereas the flu virus is linked to fewer strains. So while you can reduce
your risk of the flu by getting a vaccine because they’re able
to create one based on the flu strains that are circulating, it’s not possible
to prevent a cold with a vaccine because there’s so many different viruses that
are out there circulating. Antibiotics can also not to be used to fight a cold
or flu virus and it’s because they’re designed to treat only bacterial
infections. That’s why it’s really important for you to keep your immune
system healthy and strong all throughout the fall and winter season in order to
reduce your risk of developing a viral infection. There’s a lot of things you
can do and I’m gonna run through all these tips today to help you stay
healthy and strong all throughout cold and flu season. And
also if you do get sick, there’s lots of things you can do to reduce the severity
and duration of your symptoms. For those of you who are just joining us live now,
please remember to send through your questions and comments throughout our
live event for your chance to win one of two hundred dollar gift cards. We
also have our Community Manager, Jo here with us today who’s gonna be sending
through your questions through to me. So, Michelle why don’t we take a question?
-Sure.
-Denise Dion from Windsor, would like to know what is the recommended amount
of vitamin C she should be taking during cold and flu this season.
-Okay, so vitamin C is a you know, of course a wonderful vitamin and that can help to reduce not
only the severity, but also the duration of your cold and flu symptoms. So
typically for maintenance, I recommend that people get about 500 mg
daily but during cold and flu season you can take up it to a 1,000 mg a day,
and if once you actually feel the symptoms, you know really hitting you
harder, you can even go up to 2,000 mg a day. Ideally, you want to
spread your dose, if you’re taking a supplement take no more than 500
mg at a time, and spread it throughout the day so that your body is
able to absorb the nutrients. Great question, thank you.
Okay, so now let’s get started on my top four tips to help you stay healthy this
cold and flu season. My first tip is to practice good hygiene and good hygiene
starts off with hand-washing. I know it’s not the most, you know, exciting thing to
talk about, but it’s really so important to keep your hands as clean as possible
to prevent transferring cold and flu viruses. So what you want to do is, wash
your hands with soap for a good 20 seconds you want to lather up for a good
20 seconds and then rinse with warm water. It’s really really important to do this
throughout the day. I happen to have two little kids at home who are constantly
bringing germs home, so if any of you have little kids and you know it can be
difficult to get them to wash their hands, there’s a couple things you can do
to make it a little bit more exciting for them. I try and buy those colored
soaps or the fruity scented hand soaps so they get really excited about using
it and then in order to get them to continue lathering, washing their hands
for a good 20 seconds before rinsing sometimes I get them to just sing a song,
something like ‘Happy Birthday’ for example, for 20 seconds and then they know it’s time to rinse.
-So it’s someone’s birthday every day at your house?
– Yeah, welcome to mom life. When your kids get home whether it’s from daycare, school, you want to make sure they wash their hands before they do anything else
and same thing with yourself. If you get home from work or the mall or taking
public transit, wash your hands right away. If you don’t have access to a sink,
soap and warm water, you can also use an antibacterial hand sanitizer. Certainly, it
doesn’t replace good hand washing but works great in a pinch. If you have to
cough or sneeze, ideally you want to use a tissue and if that doesn’t work, you
can do what I call the ‘sleeve sneeze’ which literally looks like this any
sneeze right into the crook of your arm rather than doing it in your hands
because that’s the first way you’re going to transfer germs to other people. I
know it’s a bit of a tongue twister ‘sleeve sneeze’ you can try saying that
one three times! But it does work and again you want to avoid rubbing your
eyes your mouth or your nose with with your hands because certainly if there
are any germs on them that’s the first way that they’re going to get into the
body, and you know promote illness or
infection. So, let’s do a little bit of myth-busting here before we move on Jo
let’s say you’re out at the mall doing some holiday shopping and you need to
wash your hands, do you use the air dryer in the bathroom or the disposable paper
towel?
-Well I try and be environmentally cautious so I would err on the side of
an air dryer.
-Okay that’s what a lot of people think, so first off, it’s important
to note that bacteria can be spread a lot more easily from wet hands than dry
hands so in addition to really washing your hands well, you also want to make
sure to dry them very well. I know that air drying is a lot more environmentally friendly option but the truth is using
disposable paper towels are superior to using the air dryers. First off, they dry
your hands a lot more thoroughly and secondly they remove bacteria more
efficiently from your hands. Air dryers can actually spread the germs around
-Oh, I wouldn’t have thought. Well, Joy Mulder wants to know if you can use
too much hand sanitizer? The thing about hand sanitizer, so some
bacteria is actually good for us okay so you don’t want to be using it constantly
throughout the day as I mentioned. Ideally, you want to wash your hands with
soap and warm water whenever possible. But, you can certainly carry an
antibacterial hand sanitizer with you on the go you know but use it in moderation
like everything else. Some bacteria is is good for us which
we’ll talk about a little bit later on our Facebook live today. Great, okay so
let’s move on to my second tip for staying healthy and strong this cold and
flu season, and that tip is to get plenty of sleep and also to manage your stress.
Getting sleep is really important to prevent a cold and flu because it gives
your body a chance to rest and recover and also helps to keep your immune
system feeling strong. The first thing you want to do is establish a bedtime
routine, okay so bedtime routines are not just for children, they’re great for
adults, too, and you want to do things like going to bed at the same time,
ideally every night and also waking up at the same time every day including
weekends, you know certainly everyone’s entitled to a little bit of a sleep-in
on the weekend but you don’t want to disrupt your routine too much from
during the week. Aim for seven to nine hours of sleep every night
and the other thing you can do is skip the screens before bedtime so you know
your cell phones or your tablets, because the blue light that they emit can
actually disrupt your sleep. So try and put them aside 30 to 60 minutes
before you go to bed the other thing is if you want to use a little bit of a
special treat, you can use essential oils so something like lavender
is a really calming and relaxing scent that’s great to use at
bedtime. You can either put it in a diffuser or you can take a little you
know spritzer bottle just like this fill it with water and a few drops of
lavender essential oil and I like to spritz it on my pillow or even just a
little bit in the air. It’s relaxing if you do have time for a
nice warm bath before bed you can also use something like a scented candle and
then again that the scent will help calm and relax you before bed. If you’re
struggling to get that seven to nine hours of sleep each and every night, I
know it can be a challenge on a regular basis, this is where a melatonin
supplements can be a really good option. So melatonin is a supplement that
actually helps to reset your sleep-wake cycle and also allows your body to get
into that deeper sleep, and that deep sleep is really needed to restore and
help heal your body which is especially important when you’re feeling sick. If
you do need a little bit of extra energy during the day, a vitamin B12 supplement
is also great. So, you use the melatonin in the evening and B12 in the morning
for a little bit more energy during the day. Okay, so we’ve talked about getting
plenty of sleep the other part of this tip is to manage your stress. Stress can
be both mentally and physically draining and it also depletes essential nutrients
like the B vitamins, which can compromise your immune system and actually make you more prone to getting cold or flu. For example, to minimize the effects of
stress again, you want to really aim for that seven to nine hours of sleep each
and every night, get some exercise and also find a way to deal with any
frustrations or stress that you’re feeling. And there’s a lot of different
things you can do you know, different things work for different people so
again it may be writing in a journal, it may be doing some meditation, it might be
reading a book talking with a friend, even stepping outside and getting a
little bit of fresh air and sunshine during the colder months, can really
do wonders to help elevate your mood and and really lower your stress levels,
which is important to prevent you from getting sick. So, I’ve heard you can sweat
out a cold is that true?
-So, a lot of people think that the truth is while
exercise is great for helping to boost your immune system, it’s actually at its
lowest after a really intense workout so certainly you want to get regular,
moderate exercise to keep your immune system strong, but you don’t want to do
any intense exercise because that can actually increase your risk of getting
sick. The reason is that many parts of your immune system actually change after
you do a really intense workout and that effect can last anywhere from a
few hours up to a few days during that time when your immune system is down or
compromised, that’s exactly the time that a virus is gonna basically attack and
cause you to get sick so, again exercise of course is really
important in the long term but you want to hold off on any tough workouts if you
feel a cold coming on. And, a great way to think about this is whether the symptoms
are above the neck or below. If you’ve got symptoms above the neck, so again the
stuffy nose feeling a little bit congested or you have a bit
of a cough, you can do some gentle exercise, but if you’ve got any symptoms
below the neck, and I’m talking things like the you know, fever or the real
full-body muscle aches which might indicate the flu, really hold off, rest
and allow your body that opportunity that it needs to recover. If exercise is
an absolute must for you, I know it’s difficult for a lot of people to not do
anything, then you want to incorporate the more gentle exercises, so things like
yoga during this time again just to allow your body that chance to rest and
recover. Okay, for those of you that are just tuning in right now, please remember
to keep sending us in your questions and your comments throughout the live event
there’ll be two winners drawn at the end for each one of you will win
$100 gift card. And, we’ve got our amazing Community Manager, Jo, here today. She’s your voice during this live event and she’s going to be passing
through a lot of your questions Jo, should we take one now?
-Sure. Carol Dube wants to know if she takes a vitamin b-complex for more
energy, will she get enough B12? -So, it all depends on the potency of the the B complex vitamin because there are different potencies, so if she’s taking a
lower one she can certainly look at adding something like a B 50
complex, she may want to add a little bit more B12 or B 100 but again, the B
vitamins are water-soluble so you can definitely go a little bit
higher because your body once it’s absorbed and use the vitamins up you
know it needs more, it’s not something that you hang on to. So for anyone out
there, I always recommend just talking to your health care professional or your
doctor to see about the exact potency that’s right for you, but certainly there
are cases where you could use both together. Okay, let’s move on to my third
tip for staying strong this cold and flu season. My third tip is to eat the right
foods and eating the right foods also includes staying hydrated which brings
me to my first point. You want to stay hydrated because when you’re
not getting enough fluids or enough water into your system, that’s the time
when viruses can enter and cause illness so you definitely want to keep hydrated
by drinking eight to twelve cups of water a day. I find it easiest just to
keep a bottle of water on my desk fill it up and then I only have to fill
it a couple times throughout the day and that way I know I’m getting the eight to
twelve cups of water that I need daily. Tea and soups are also really great so
those hot fluids can alleviate any sort of nasal congestion when you’re feeling
a little bit stuffy and if your mom or your grandmother ever told you to eat
chicken soup when you were growing up they were actually right so in addition
to that you know, the steam you get from soup which helps to alleviate nasal
congestion, there’s actually a specific compound found in chicken soup that also
helps to alleviate any of that nasal congestion. So, you’re getting that
one-two punch not only from the hot soup but also specifically from having
chicken soup, so certainly go ahead and have a hot bowl of chicken soup if you’re not feeling great. A healthy diet overall is one of your
best bets for staying healthy during cold and flu season and I’m going to
walk you through a few of my favorite foods to eat during this time of year. So, the first one is yogurt. Yogurt is a really good source of
healthy bacteria called probiotics which are not only great for keeping our
digestive system healthy but also our immune system. And the reason for that is,
that a large portion of our immune system actually lies right within our
digestive tract. Yogurt, certainly a healthy option, the challenge with it is
it doesn’t necessarily contain the high levels or the therapeutic levels of
probiotics that you need in order to keep your immune system strong, and this
is where a probiotic supplement comes in which can be taken daily to help
replenish a lot of that good bacteria that keeps your digestive and your
immune system healthy. Probiotics are also a really great option if you are
taking an antibiotic, so if you if your doctor does prescribe an antibiotic for
a bacterial infection, one of the ways in which antibiotics work is not only
depleting that bad bacteria that’s grown and cause an infection but it also
depletes the good bacteria or those probiotics, so again, you want to take
a probiotic supplement to keep your immune system strong. Secondly, oatmeal is another one of my really, a great food I like to rely on during cold and
flu season. So, I’ve got this great recipe for these breakfast oatmeal jars. Today,
I’ve got apple cinnamon here, but there’s lots of different flavors you can make
and you can find the recipe over on our website at jamiesonvitamins.com/staystrong. The reason I like oatmeal is it’s a great source of B vitamins, fibre and
also other nutrients that keep your immune system strong. So, this is a really
quick and easy breakfast, great for the whole family. I love it, my kids love it,
and it’s a nice alternative to overnight oats so you don’t necessarily have to
you know, you can make several of them at once and they don’t have to be stored in
the fridge and then the morning of when you’re ready to eat it for breakfast you
just add some boiling hot water and let it sit about 10 minutes and it’s a nice
hearty breakfast especially during the cold fall and winter months. Okay, also
your deep orange fruits and your dark green leafy vegetables are wonderful for keeping your immune system strong, they are packed
with nutrients such as beta-carotene and also vitamin C which are really
important for keeping your immune system healthy. You can use fresh or frozen
produce, so a lot of times people will ask me you know, they don’t feel
good about using frozen, is it as healthy as fresh, but absolutely in the winter
months when there’s not an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables
available, certainly frozen is a great option and it can easily be incorporated
into things like soups and stews pasta and stir-fry. I’ve got a butternut squash
soup here I love to make, that recipe is also found on our website and it uses
just a few simple ingredients and again soup is really great, this is packed with
immune immune-boosting beta-carotene so it’s a wonderful option that the
whole family can enjoy. We’ve talked a little bit, so in addition to beta-carotene, there’s also some vitamin C and we touched
earlier on vitamin C and the importance of taking a vitamin C supplement during
cold and flu season and again vitamin C is really great because it helps to
reduce not only the duration but also the severity of your symptoms. If you are
feeling sick, stir-fry is another great option I like to make for dinner, so in
addition of being packed with all those colorful veggies that are great for your
immune system I also like to prepare them with ingredients like onions, garlic,
ginger and mushrooms, which not only add a lot of flavor to the dish but help to
boost your immune system. As well they have their own immune-boosting
properties and then finally another really important nutrient for cold and
flu season is vitamin D. Vitamin D again is important for naturally boosting our
immune system and most people think of it as the sunshine vitamin because we
can naturally produce it when we’re outside and exposed to sunlight. The
challenge is during the dark winter months so that’s from about October to March,
there’s not enough sunlight here in Canada for us to produce the the vitamin
D that we need and even though a lot of people think they get enough vitamin D
during the summer months if you happen to wear sunscreen, which is
certainly important for skin cancer prevention, that sunscreen will block the
UV rays that we need from the Sun in order to produce vitamin D which is where a supplement can come in. In the diet, you
can find vitamin D in fish mushrooms and also milk, so all of our milk in Canada
is fortified with vitamin D, about a 100 IU per cup. However, the recommendation is that we get a thousand IU of
vitamin D daily, so you’d have to drink ten cups of milk every single day in
order to get all the vitamin D that you need. Not something I necessarily
recommend and that’s certainly where something like a vitamin D supplement
comes in. Really, really important for keeping your immune system healthy
throughout the winter season. -So, Michelle, my family lives by the staying ‘starve a cold, feed a fever’ is that the right way to go about things?
-A lot of people think that. The truth is, it’s just really important for you to eat when you’re
sick, whether it’s water, juice, those hot liquids or food, all of that is going to
help your body fight off a cold or flu infection by keeping your body hydrated
and nourished. Now, I understand when you’re feeling sick a lot of times
people just don’t have an appetite so you don’t want to overdo it. But,
certainly don’t withhold food thinking that it’s going to make things worse. The
reality is, the saying should be ‘feed a cold and feed a fever’ because you always
want to keep your body hydrated. Drink more than you think you need you know
when you’re feeling sick and also replenish the nutrients that you
need through food and then of course supplements can fill the gap as well. If
you’re not leading, why don’t we turn it over to you if there’s a couple more questions. Sure, Susan would like to know if you can take melatonin on an evening basis?
-Right, so melatonin over here again, really helps to set your
whole sleep-wake cycle and allows you to get into a deeper sleep so you want to
take a melatonin supplement in the evening. I recommend it about 30 to 60
minutes before bedtime so it’s not something that you’re going to take and
it’s going to cause you to fall asleep right away, it just helps to promote
you know, that healthier sleep and get you into that deep sleep you need but I
certainly wouldn’t take it during the day. I would take it in the evening
before that time. Another question? Sure, let’s see here. Lindsey O’Hare from Toronto would like to know if children should be taking
supplements or vitamins or if they should stick to children’s multivitamins.
-Okay, so for kids again, I have two young kids as well so it’s always a question
of you know, should they take supplements or should they get it through food? Anytime we’re talking about children, I always recommend talking to
their pediatrician or doctor to see what supplements are right for them. But you
can certainly talk to your child’s doctor about taking a multivitamin
particularly early if they’re a picky eater and may not be getting all the
nutrients they need through the diet alone. I give my kids a probiotic
supplement daily especially with them going to school and picking up germs, I
find it really helps to keep their immune systems a lot stronger, so I give
them a chewable one because they’re quite little and I also give my kids
vitamin D again because just like adults unless you’re drinking several
cups of milk daily, even though they have milk, they don’t have enough to get it
through the diet so those are sort of the three supplements I like to look at
for children. But again, I always recommend in addition to trying to eat a
healthy diet, to talk to their doctor about supplements and then of course all
the other tips we talked about for kids. So practicing good hygiene, getting lots
of sleep is important for kids too. Okay, Now we’ll move on to my fourth tip for staying healthy and strong this cold and
flu season, which is to incorporate natural supplements. So, if you have
practiced good hygiene, you’ve gotten plenty of sleep, and you’ve managed your
stress levels, you’ve eaten the right foods and you still feel the symptoms of
a cold or flu coming on, you don’t have to worry, there is still hope. Just in
time for cold and flu season, Jamieson is really excited to introduce a new
product called Cold Fighter. Cold Fighter is the perfect solution for when you
first start to feel those signs of a cold coming on, so again it’s you wake up and you’ve got that sore scratchy throat, dry throat, a little bit
of a stuffy nose because you want to do everything you can to stop a cold in its
tracks before it gets worse. Again, as a mom with two
little kids, I you know they’re constantly bringing germs home and I
find I’m really susceptible to getting sick so this has been the perfect solution for me. Cold Fighter contains four natural
ingredients, so there’s echinacea, ginger vitamin C and zinc, all of which work
together to fight those first signs of cold and flu symptoms. So, echinacea is a
natural herb that really helps to boost your immune system. Ginger, a lot of us
think about for you know helping to soothe an upset stomach but it’s also
known to help reduce cough and congestion. And, zinc and vitamin C are
also really important for keeping your immune system strong. Cold Fighter comes in two formats so you can either take one chewable or one softgel daily and
again it’s the perfect addition to your the routine that you’re already
following for cold and flu seasons helps stop a cold in its tracks when those
first signs keep coming on. Okay, so those are my four tips for staying healthy
this cold and flu season. Jo, are there any last questions we want to cover
before we wrap up? Sure, Sarah wants to know if oil of oregano is a good supplement to add to our regiment? So, oil of oregano is great again if
you’ve got symptoms of a sore throat it’s got antibacterial, antiviral as well
as antioxidant properties, so definitely a wonderful addition, particularly if
you’ve got a sore throat. Anything else? Ya, are there any vitamins or supplements to take if you already have a cold to speed
up the duration of a cold or must it run its course?
-Again, this is where a lot of you know we can certainly talk about prevention or dealing with a
cold once it’s already come on because sometimes even when you do all the right
things that still comes on. Vitamin C is great for helping to reduce the severity
and duration of your symptoms so again rather than fighting a common cold which
typically lasts about a week, if you don’t do anything to treat it, vitamin C
may shorten it by a couple days and then again my new favorite Cold Fighter, which
I find really really helps when I’ve got those first when you wake up that first morning where you’ve got a sore throat coming on cold fighter is an excellent addition to your routine to help stop a
cold in its tracks. Want to take a couple more? Sure, let me just have a look. They’re moving so fast thank you so much for all of your comments! Let me just get to the top here. So Amy Elliot would like to know
should she use a multivitamin or a mix? So it looks like she’s looking
for, should she use all of these or is a multivitamin a good solution?
-Okay, so a multivitamin is a great foundation to help fill the gaps in the diet so if
you’re not eating a perfectly healthy diet on a daily basis, a multivitamin is
you know certainly an essential product you want to take as a good foundation to
make sure that you’re getting all of the essential nutrients you need on a daily
basis. These products that we’ve talked about so something like B12, vitamin C,
vitamin D, you could take in addition to the multivitamin not just to necessarily
address any gaps in your diet but specifically to address symptoms of a
cold or flu. Sounds good, thank you so much for tuning in today and to all of my tips for staying healthy this cold and flu season. So again, it’s practicing good hygiene getting plenty of sleep, managing your
stress levels, eating the right foods and also taking natural supplements.
I hope you’ve picked up some tips and tricks that are gonna help you stay
healthy this cold and flu season and help your family stay healthy as well
don’t forget if you want to break down of any of my top tips and recipes from
today’s livestream they’re all available on the Jamieson website at jamiesonvitamins.com/staystrong. Jo, do we have time for a couple more questions
before we close off today? Let’s have a look here. What is the
dosage for vitamin D? So it looks like Lindsay would like to know since it’s
dark and cold in the winter time, what’s the best amount she should be taking?
-So, ideally you want to get a thousand international units of vitamin D daily
and again that’s because it’s really difficult to
get all the vitamin D you need through diet alone, so again with milk having
only a hundred international units of vitamin D per cup you’d have to drink
ten cups of milk every day in order to get that you know the minimum amount of
vitamin D that you need and there’s you know or certainly be eating fish all the
time or lots and lots of mushrooms so it’s a supplement is definitely the way
to go. You can talk to your doctor about taking
more, some people like to take two thousand international units in the
darker winter months but definitely talk to your doctor about the amount that’s
right for you. So, let’s take one more before we close off today.
-Kathleen Ozland from Toronto would like to know is it possible to cure the flu? So, you can certainly get the flu
vaccine in order to reduce your risk of getting the flu however as I mentioned
the vaccine is not perfect, so each year there’s a new vaccine that’s put
together with the different strains that are expected to be circulating that year
but again it’s never perfect because we don’t know exactly what’s going to turn
up here so getting the flu vaccine will reduce your risk of getting it by about
50% but certainly there are other preventative measures you can take in
order to reduce your chances of getting it but once you do again all of these
things can help speed up the duration and severity of the symptoms but not
necessarily make it go away completely Okay, so thank you to everyone who
sent through your questions and comments today you know I had a great time
talking about all these amazing tips to help you stay healthy this cold
and flu season and I hope you picked up some tips and tricks for yourself, Our
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