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19 July 2011

Beat the bugs

Immune-system boosters combine the best of nature and science to boost our immune systems, and optimise our quality of life.

Nature knows best. However, most of us are separated from Nature by town and city living. We don’t know where our fruit and vegetables were picked, or how long ago, so we don’t know their nutritional status; we live in the fast lane, always scurrying from one commitment to the next; we’re exposed daily to the germs and viruses carried by colleagues, friends and strangers. Simply, nature needs a helping hand if she is to be our ally.

She recommends supplements like ViralChoice as part of the solution. “It contains some of the most highly-rated boosters provided by nature, and is highly rated by my customers,” she says. The “miracle” ingredients include Echinacea extract, which increases the body's natural resistance to infections, particularly against cold and flu; garlic, which has been shown to possess antimicrobial properties to beat bacteria and viruses; Vitamin C, which prevents and treats colds and flu; and a host of other little fighters, like L-Methionine to boost antibodies, zinc for healing, plant sterols and sterolins and other antioxidants.

  • to help reduce susceptibility to cold and flu infection; and
  • to help recovery, by reducing the duration and severity of colds and flu.

  • wrap up warmly;
  • eat a balanced diet,
  • get enough sleep,
  • practice good hand-hygiene, and
  • keep yourself well-hydrated.

 
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