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JMB Voice -what foods are good for the throat? (124* d) RE: Voice -what foods are good for the throat? 14 Oct 16


I have been thinking about this lately, so it is good to find this thread. When I read the part about ginger, I remembered being at a meeting and had the coughs, someone gave me a ginger cookie and said it is good for the coughs.

I have been working on a diet to help with my throat. Here is what I am trying to make a habit. I mostly have fluids so far, but working on solids.

Reduce coffee intake. (Chug a glass of water before and after a cup of coffee when I have one).

Have a glass of orange juice with breakfast.

Drink tea with honey in the afternoon.

Drink herbal tea in the early evening.

Have a couple of beer after supper. (I find that in moderation, beer relaxes the throat. When I have a beer in the evening and get a good nights sleep, it can help my voice).

Before bed, have a clove or two of garlic. It was recommended to me by someone that if you take a clove of garlic and chew on it, and suck down the juice, it helps the throat. I prefer to take it before bed, because at times even if I brush my teeth after taking it, people can still smell the strong scent.

Plenty of water is the mix too, of course.



This is a strategy I have been working on, and I am still working on solids.


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