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www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/cold-guide/starve-cold-feed-fever

Do you starve a cold and feed a fever? Or is it the other way around? Learn the facts about eating well when you have a cold to speed your recovery.

www.answers.com/Q/Should_you_feed_a_fever_or_starve_a_cold

"Feed a fever" means bundle up and sweat it out. "Starve a cold" means bundle up and warm up. (This is not the current understanding, we now know that being cold does not cause or exacerbate a ...

www.healthline.com/health/can-you-sweat-out-a-cold

Sweating out a cold is the idea that using heat, exercise, or things that can make us sweat, makes a cold go away faster. Sweat, or perspiration, is water that is released from sweat glands in ...

www.everydayhealth.com/cold-and-flu/colds-and-fevers.aspx

The old saying, "feed a cold, starve a fever," may be only partially good advice, according to experts. Starving a fever by eating fewer calories may actually make it more difficult for your body ...

www.health.com/cold-flu-sinus/feed-a-cold-starve-a-fever

"Feed a cold, starve a fever.” The classic saying suggests that a cold can be squashed with adequate food intake, while a fever will burn off faster if you, well, fast. With flu season upon us ...

www.sharecare.com/health/cold-and-flu/what-feed-cold-starve-fever

“Feed a cold, starve a fever” doesn’t mean anything in terms of fighting off illness. It’s an old wives’ tale. Anyone with a cold or a fever (from the flu or any other illness) should drink at least eight glasses of fluid a day, such as water and fruit or vegetable juice.

www.newhealthadvisor.com/Can-You-Sweat-Out-a-Cold.html

It has been reported that adults experience cold and flu at least 2 to 3 times in a year while children experience it about 6 to 8 times annually. And there're many old sayings about dealing with a cold, one such saying is that you can actually sweat out a cold. But is it true? Can You Sweat Out a Cold?

www.popsugar.com/fitness/Doctor-Offers-Tips-Exercising-After-Sugery-1716972

What's the truth behind "sweating out a cold"? Sometimes when I am sick, people suggest that I go for a run or something to sweat it out, but it seems like my body is a little weak and that's the ...

www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/truth-behind-apos-feed-cold-184141494.html

"Feed a cold, starve a fever.” The classic saying suggests that a cold can be squashed with adequate food intake, while a fever will burn off faster if you, well, fast. With flu season upon us ...

www.floridacitrus.org/oj/tips/cold-and-flu-myths

Should you feed a cold and starve a fever? Can you really sweat out a cold with extra layers of clothing? We can all relate to the myths or facts we were taught as a child – do you know which is accurate when it comes to the cold and flu? We’ve tracked down the truth to help you bust a few common cold and flu misconceptions.