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Execise may be just what you need to stop that next cold dead in its tracks.

A new study shows what science has know all along.

Exercise can boost immune response.

While vigorous exercise has shown to decrease immune function

and white blood cell count in the short turn.

Long term, it actually boost immune response.

And to aid in the short term,

50-60 g of carbs during an intense workout can help suppress

that initial decrease immune function.

Check out the latest articles from the New York Times.

Carbs During Workouts May Fend Off Colds

How Exercise May Help Us Fight Off Colds





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