Immune Support

  1. Flu shots are grown in dog kidney cells

    You could be getting a dose of Fido with your next flu shot

    Ever wonder just what's inside a flu shot? It's not medicine... and it's certainly not magic.

    Flu shots contain toxic metals and other dangerous additives. But just as unsettling is how the virus itself is grown before its put into the vaccine.

    In most cases, the virus is injected into fertilized chicken eggs. But because that makes the shot off-limits to people with egg allergies, they've managed to cook up something even more disturbing: flu shots grown inside the kidney cells of dogs.

    Yes, you read that right -- a flu serum made out of bits of Fido.

    Believe it or not, I haven't even reached the most disgusting part yet. Another new flu shot, also created for people who must avoid the standard vaccine due to an egg allergy, is grown inside insect cells.

    I don't know about you, but that definitely bugs me.

    The drug industry claims these Franken-shots are just as effective as the traditional chicken egg shots -- but the irony here is that no matter how it's made, whether it's in a chicken, a dog or a cockroach, the vaccine isn't very effective at all.

    Using even the most optimistic numbers, the absolute protection offered by flu shots is about 1.7 percent, give or take, depending on the year. It's true -- and you can see the real numbers for yourself right here.

    And along with not offering much protection from flu, the shot can actually INCREASE your risk of suffering from the deadliest strains of the virus during pandemic outbreaks such as swine flu.

    If you want to protect yourself from the flu, you can -- and you don't need to roll up your sleeve for a needle full of dog kidneys, buggy bits or chicken embryos to do it. All you need are my simple tips for giving your immune system the power to take on this virus and win.

    I can give you one of the most powerful ones right here -- it's the essential amino acid, N'acetylcysteine (NAC).

    In one incredible study, brave volunteers were deliberately injected with flu while taking either NAC or a placebo. And while 79 percent of those on the placebo got sick, 3 out of 4 who of those on the NAC didn't suffer so much as a sniffle.

    That's a level of protection no shot can provide -- and that's not the only way to beat the flu this year and every year.

    Subscribers to my Health Revelations newsletter got the inside scoop on some of the best science-backed flu-beaters in the October issue.

    Not a subscriber? It's not too late! Sign up today and you'll get not only all my future issues sent right to your mailbox, but you'll also receive a password for complete online access to all my back issues, including that groundbreaking flu report.

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  2. Good bacteria promote belly balance for a happy calm gut

    Something bad is buried in your belly

    Gas, bloating, indigestion, cramps and constipation: Most of us find our occasional digestive woes too uncomfortable to even talk about.

    But ignoring these signals from your belly is a bad idea. They're, more often than not, a sign from your stomach and digestive system that something bad is buried in your belly, and you need a little extra support.

    All of our guts are teeming with bacteria, good AND bad. The good bacteria help with digestion, but the bad bugs can do a real number on your gut. That's when suddenly, before you can even say "Burp," your digestive comfort has left the building.

    If bloating, gas, cramps, and occasional diarrhea or constipation sound familiar it's time to stop being embarrassed by your gut, and start supporting it instead. Because these signals could mean you need to do something to replenish your gut's supply of good bacteria.

    Believe it or not, to avoid those embarrassing moments when your gut just doesn't want to cooperate -- and to maintain a healthy digestive system-- all you may need is a simple probiotic supplement.

    But don't bother handing over your hard-earned cash for those supermarket "probiotics." They may mean well, but unfortunately most of them are loaded up with worthless strains that do practically nothing to turn your belly woes around. And if they do happen to get the probiotic strains right, they simply don't include enough of them to make a real difference.

    That's why I had to step up and create my own. I was so darn frustrated by my hunt for the perfect probiotic blend that eventually it became clear that my only choice was to come up with my own science-based formula. The result is a top-notch, effective probiotic that I not only feel comfortable recommending to my patients, but that I also take myself.

    And now, it's available to you.

    Probiotic Performance Plus is loaded with five powerful key strains that have been backed by science in human studies.

    At its heart I've placed the one essential bacteria strain we all start out with. This probiotic is so basic I call it the "Genesis Strain," because it's one of the first to colonize our guts after we're born.

    Our Creator designed us to use this strain for life. But modern living can cause the Genesis Strain to make an early exit.

    Stress, diet, chlorinated water, pollution, toxins, and even certain drugs take their toll on all of our good belly bugs including the critical Genesis Strain.

    That's where Probiotic Performance Plus comes in. Every single serving is packed with more than 5 billion Genesis Strain bacteria to help promote a healthy probiotic balance in your gut, and support a healthy digestive system.

    And with four other carefully-chosen, powerful probiotic strains in the mix, I'm sure you will feel a huge difference.

    If you're ready to stop being embarrassed by your unruly belly -- if you want to ease the gas, cramps, and bloating -- click here to discover more about what Probiotic Performance Plus could do to help restore balance to your belly.

  3. MMR vaccine again linked to autism

    CDC researcher admits to vaccine cover-up

    It's a shocking confession straight from a CDC researcher: The agency has been hiding the truth about vaccines.

    William Thompson, one of the authors of an often-cited 2004 study that claims to find no link between vaccines and autism, admits he and his fellow researchers omitted "statistically significant data" and didn't follow the study protocols.

    Now, a new study in Translational Neurodegeneration using the full dataset finds that African-American children given the MMR vaccine have a much higher risk of autism. Continue reading

  4. Nasty bacteria found on human hands

    Your hands are dirtier than you think

    Do you wash your hands before eating?

    Be honest. You're hardly alone if you don't: Studies show that most of us don't wash before eating, despite the fact that we often carry dangerous germs on our hands.

    And maybe that's the reason -- and not food poisoning -- that some people get so-called stomach bugs, because your hands are usually dirtier than anything else around you. Continue reading

  5. Probiotics can reduce blood pressure

    Gut bacteria can help lower your BP

    Want to knock a few points off your blood pressure quickly, easily and without drugs?

    Then follow my advice and take a probiotic.

    You know I'm a big fan of these friendly bacteria for digestive health, immune system support and more. Now, new research finds one more benefit: they could help reduce your blood pressure levels. Continue reading

  6. Vitamin C boosts energy and fights the cold

    Vitamin C can give you the energy to exercise

    You know, one of the most common excuses I hear from people who don't exercise isn't that they don't have the time.

    It's that they don't have the energy.

    It's a vicious cycle, of course, because regular exercise will give you the energy to keep at it. And the longer you go without exercise, the harder it will be to find the strength to get started.

    So let me offer a little help. Continue reading

  7. Chlorella can slash triglycerides

    An easy way to cut your triglycerides

    Most of what you hear from the mainstream about cholesterol is wrong or at least badly distorted. LDL isn't a "bad" cholesterol, and lower isn't always better.

    But there's one message they've got right when it comes to the fats in your blood, and that's the fact that triglycerides really are dangerous -- and if yours are starting to rise, you need to take action now to bring them back down.

    Drugs won't help you here, but natural solutions can do the job -- and new research uncovers one more weapon that can help anyone get quick results.

    It's an algae called chlorella, and 5 grams a day can slash your triglycerides by more than 10 percent in a single month, according to the new double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study published in Nutrition Journal. Continue reading

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