Advanced Professional Healthcare, LLC

Advanced Professional Healthcare Education, LLC

Group classes available for any course that we offer. We will travel to you at no additional cost. Contact Us! or call 414-791-5018

Super foods to help battle 2016 cold/flu season

  1. Berries. Research shows a strong connection between high polyphenol content and an antiviral effect in addition to antioxidant properties. raspberries, blueberries, black currants and cranberries can be added to your diet arsenal against a cold or flu.

  2. Cabbage. Is an excellent source of vitamin C and contains over half a days value in just one cup. It also is said to an aid for gastrointestinal ailments. Vitamin C levels have shown to decrease when the body is fighting infection, therefore, boost up!

  3. Elderberry. Studies have shown a reduction in the ability for viruses to replicate when extracts of elderberry are present. Used in a lot of vitamins and supplements as a natural deterrent for colds.

  4. Garlic. Has been shown to have antiviral, antibacterial AND anti-fungal properties! Just might need some extra toothpaste or mouthwash on hand...... Best eaten raw (if you can tolerate) if possible as it has been known to loose some of these benefits when cooked or steamed. Some information also links garlic to having some cardiac health benefits. Eat up!

  5. WATER. Not a food, yes correct. Daily water intake is recommended to be about half your body weight in ounces. Being hydrated before you become sick keeps your body's systems working like they should and flushing out toxins at a good rate. When you are not feeling well it is easy to forget to DRINK WATER but that is when it counts most.

Many more can be added to the list, but here's a good place to start.

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Student Testimonials

Instructor was very knowledgeable.
- RN, ACLS Provider Recognition Participant

It was required, but I enjoyed it thoroughly!
- Resident Physician, ACLS Provider Recognition participant

I just wanted to say thank you for the time Adam spent with us and the knowledge he shared. So much has changed since I last taught CPR and I walked away with a dangerously large amount of new knowledge. It was nice to be in a class that was actually enjoyable and I would definitely recommend it to others. Thanks again!
- BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Material well-summarize with key teaching point identified—excellent!
- Emergency Medicine Physician, ACLS Provider Renewal participant

Instructor was excellent! Made it entertaining and fun and kept our attention. Good sense of humor and charisma. I learned a lot!
- Heartsaver CPR/AED participant

Very Nice Job! No Changes!
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

I have had several CPR classes spaced over many years. This was the VERY BEST and thoroughly explained one of ALL. Thank you so much!
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Great attentive instructor.
- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

The instructor does a great job of teaching you the same material in different ways. i.e. PR-RR graph very useful, also Atropine 0.5 alive, 1 done! Thank you!
- RN, ACLS Provider Recognition participant

Very informative! Well Put Together!
- Paramedic, ACLS for Experienced Providers participant

I liked the instructor’s style of teaching. It kept us alert and paying attention!
- Nursing student, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Instructor very nice, helpful & willing to answer questions, take time to display etc...
- Pharmacist, BLS for Healthcare Providers Participant

I think they were really great and work well together.
- Nursing Student, BLS for Healthcare Providers Participant

Very informative and knowledgeable instructor.
- RN, ACLS Renewal Participant