She had a two-day photo gig for one of the fashion brands yesterday and earlier today with lack of good sleep, regular and healthy meals (just a slice of pizza) and dealing with lots of different people. And while setting next meeting up, Zuzka agreed to film this part of the day when she felt strange with low energy.
What happened: Zuzka had a long photo shoot, took a subway and a tram to get to the meeting, holding the handrails, shopping for a bottle of water and exchanging money with a checkout guy, with lots of kids and other people coughing, sneezing and touching many things… spreading viruses.




About a common cold

What is a common cold?

  • A runny nose, scratchy/sore throat, sneezing and low energy are common symptoms for the cold.
  • A cold is a virus infection
    There are over 200 types of viruses, most common rhino-virus is responsible for half of the cases.
  • Cold has nothing to do with a low temperature and cold environment.
  • You get a virus from other infected people transmitting the virus:
    – Physical contact such as using the same computer keyboard/mouse, doorknob, spoon and others and/or
    – Inhaling infected droplets from coughing and sneezing
  • The most common places to get infected are small closed, crowded public spaces such as bus, subway, airplane (public transportation), a small room, office, bedroom,… and home from kids 🙂

How long does it last?

It takes 7-10 days to recover from the cold. People can have up to 12 colds per year. Adults get 2-4 colds per year.

How does it work?

When a virus reaches your nose or throat, your body activates your immune system to protect you from getting ill by deploying white blood cells to fight the virus. Because most people don’t have an immune system strong enough, the fight fails and the body reacts again with reinforcements and get nose and throat inflamed to make lots of mucus which takes a lot of energy and water from the body.

Most common season?

End of the Summer (August/September) when it all starts and progresses into the winter time (November–April) when is a high season of colds.

How can it be cured?

There is no cure, you can use over-the-counter medications, but it’s not recommended.

Please note, antibiotics don’t cure viruses (cold).

If you think you don't need this...

No worries, your body will react on its own when you least expect and want to get sick and when it happens, you’d do just about anything to get better fast or avoid getting sick next time. One thing is for sure all of our members who are following the advice will be happy and smiling all days long in the fall, winter and spring 🙂 and when you’ll be sick, they’ll achieve things they plan, enjoy and look forward to.

Studies and Researches

Studies and researches conducted

How to avoid getting a cold?

It’s well known if you don’t sleep well, your body doesn’t recover enough which means your body doesn’t have enough energy to fight the virus. The studies suggest you can get a cold 50% quicker the day you don’t sleep well.

As the body will lose lots of water due to a runny nose and sweating, you will want to hydrate your body to help your body fight the virus.

Studies have shown that people who exercise regularly have half less chance of getting a cold. You can get a simple and short workout strategy to boost your immune system and avoid getting a cold HERE »

If your body doesn’t have enough vitamins, minerals and energy, it can’t fight the virus.

Vegetables, Fruits and Supplements used in the study:


Providing vitamins and minerals

Bell Peppers

Bell Peppers
Yellow, Red and Green 

Cooked or raw (fresh)

Garlic and onion

Onion and Garlic


Raw (fresh) Broccoli



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Raw (fresh) Spinach
Cooked or raw (fresh)

Fresh Vegetable

Of course, you can also use other veggies

Peel onion, garlic and chop all vegetable to small pieces, put all in the pan and stir all over the medium flame/temperature, add a little of olive oil and cook for a few minutes to remove all bacteria but not too long to keep most of the nutrients and add spices to taste.

Tomato and Spinach: Both provide great benefits when cooked and raw (fresh).

Frozen Spinach

Frozen Broccoli


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Don’t forget: Vitamin C and other vitamins and minerals in REAL FOOD are a much better choice than ‘fake’ ones in powders or tablets.


1- Daily simple exercise video [week 2-4]
2- 8 min Full Body Workout video to boost your immune system [new]
      Includes joint warm-up to avoid injuries
3- Video from Harvard Medical School

You can learn if over-the-counter products work and
see if our advice is correct
4- As the ‘Avoid/Cure cold fast’ is also part of the
     BWS Meal Plan Strategy for people who struggle to lose body fat
even if they’ve tried many meal plans, workout programs
and in case you buy the BWS strategy, you will get a full refund 🙂


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Sick for 10 days?? Losing thousands of dollars...

I work as a freelancer for years now and I cannot afford to get sick, not even for a day. Every time I get a cold it takes at least 7 days to get back on track and few additional days to recover. Are you nut: 10 days?? I’m losing thousands of dollars every time I get sick. One day I said, ENOUGH is ENOUGH! and I’ve dug myself into researches and studies and when I got it, it’s been tested for two (2) winters (including two falls and springs) before I promoted the solution. The only time it got me was when I could avoid getting sick from the public transportation (bus and subway), but hanging out with kids at one of the birthday parties, there were like 10 kids with viruses hanging on me and boom the viruses won the battle. But with all the knowledge, I fixed it in 24 hours, the 3rd day I was fully recovered 🙂


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