Human Viral Infections and 9 Things YOU Can Do To Smack them Down!

Human Viral Infections and 9 Things YOU Can Do To Smack Them Down!

The 2015 Flu Season is expected to be worse than normal and the CDC has already admitted that the strain in the seasonal flu vaccine is not a match for this year’s strain.

And NO ONE cares UNLESS you happen to be someone who has or who has gotten over the Flu OR you’re faced with the “LATEST” virus threat, even the deadly Ebola.

My new eBook entitled “Human Viral Infections and 9 Things YOU Can Do To Smack Them Down!” reveals 2 remedies that absolutely NO ONE is talking about.



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If you’ve had the television on, you have undoubtedly heard the standard rhetoric of “get the flu shot”, “wash your hands”, and “stay home if you get sick”!

While the second and third are valid, why stop there when the CDC has known of University proven remedies so simple a 4 year old could do them.

In my eBook “Human Viral Infections and 9 Things YOU Can Do To Smack Them Down!” I discuss 9 proven simple remedies to take to help prevent you from getting the Flu in the first place and primarily 2 of the absolutely simplest cures of the Flu and other viral infections you’ve probably never heard of for some mysterious reason.

One Response to Human Viral Infections and 9 Things YOU Can Do To Smack them Down!

  1. Rob Adams says:

    Nicholas,
    Thanks so much. This is great stuff.

    I do have one small piece of information that may be considered.
    I have a holistic medical doctor that told me, after running a series of tests on my blood, that I was low on Vit D. He recommended a combination of A-D-K. He said that D is best absorbed in combination with A & K. He also told me that it is fat soluble. Since I am a meat eater, he recommended that I eat before taking the vitamin.

    Thanks again.
    Rob

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