Drinking hot milk or tea with jam is nice, but there is no evidence that these or any other products help cure SARS. But a little help - yes, it happens. For example, honey can relieve coughs in children (at the same time, honey should not be given until the age of one ).
Restrictions don't help either. There is no need to eat less sweets or drink less milk for fear that this, as is sometimes said, "feeds the bacteria." “All food is a breeding ground for bacteria,” says Valentin Kovalev. - This does not mean that a patient with streptococcal tonsillitis needs to starve. In addition, sore throats are overwhelmingly caused by viruses.”