[Alert] Popular antidepressant creating DEADLY “super-germs”

Depression can not only destroy your life, but shatter your family and wreck your friendships.

But one of the drugs that’s supposed to “fix” it can do something far worse.

Even when it works – and it often doesn’t – this med could turn “harmless” bacteria in your body into cold-blooded killers.

Don’t worry; I’m not about to scare you away from treatment and leave you singing the blues.

I’ve got a much better and far safer way to CURE depression in a flash WITHOUT drugs, and I’ll share it with you in just a moment.

But first, let me tell you what you need to know about this VERY COMMON depression drug.

The problem appears to be with fluoxetine – aka Prozac – one of the most popular SSRI antidepressant drugs on the planet, and especially common among America’s 35 million patients taking antidepressants in any given year.

In a series of experiments, researchers found this drug triggers changes in E. coli, the germ responsible for food poisoning, urinary tract infections, respiratory illnesses such as bacterial pneumonia, and more.

It’s already becoming tough to treat due to the overuse (and outright abuse) of antibiotics.

Now, researchers have found that E. coli germs exposed to fluoxetine quickly mutate.

It was as if the drug helped them to grow a suit of armor!

And these mutations made E. coli almost immune to many common antibiotics.

E.coli was up to 50 million – MILLION! – times more resistant to chloramphenicol, amoxicillin and tetracycline than the E. coli germs that hadn’t had a chance to soak up the antidepressant.

The results were so stunning that the researchers are calling it an “invisible factor” in the rise and spread of superbugs.

But it’s a factor you can take out of the equation.

Depression with no obvious cause can often be treated with brain-friendly nutrients including curcumin, a B complex and high-dose fish oil.

If those don’t do the trick, it may be a hormone issue that can be tested and treated by a holistic medical doctor.

If your depression is caused by one of life’s sad events, the answer still isn’t in a drug but in the support of loved ones, time and the greatest mood-booster of all: prayer.