Feed a Fever

You were probably told to “starve a fever and feed a cold.” Actually, everyone needs to eat, fever or not. During a short illness, allow the person’s appetite to be the guide.

Increased body temperature helps kill invading microbes, but that high temp can lead to fluid loss through sweating. While the most important nutrient a feverish person needs is water, using fruit or vegetabl...

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