Here’s how to beat the flu — with this week’s healthy eating tips

How to stop flu-like symptoms from taking hold of you: Take the time to prepare.

You should make a few big decisions to make sure you have all the right food for a flu-filled week.

Here’s what you can and can’t eat for this flu season: 1.

Beans.

Beans and lentils are a good choice for flu prevention.

They contain fiber, fiber-rich phytochemicals and fiber.

They’re low in calories, and they help you lose weight.

They also contain fiber.2.

Vegetables.

Some vegetables, such as tomatoes, carrots and cauliflower, can help keep your body hydrated.3.

Beans, green peas, lentils, beans, rice and pasta.

These are the staples of most American diets, so make sure to eat them.4.

Beans are a great source of protein and have a low glycemic index.5.

Whole grains.

Whole-grain breads are also a good source of fiber and protein.6.

Oats.

Oatmeal is a good starter food to start your week with.

It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals and fiber that help your body detoxify and prevent infections.7.

Fruits.

You’ll be eating fruit during the flu season.

The fruit’s fiber helps your body break down toxins, and it can also provide vitamins.8.

Legumes.

Legume protein and fiber are also good for your body.9.

Avocados.

They are low in fat and have some health benefits.

They help your immune system and help reduce blood sugar.10.

Rice.

Rice has a variety of health benefits including its ability to support healthy bacteria in your gut.

You can also eat rice as a snack to help ease a stomach ache or to add a crunch to your diet.