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  1. Cold remedies that REALLY work

    Beat ANY cold... ALL winter long

    They’ll do just about anything they can to convince you not to try safe, proven, and effective natural therapies.

    Even if it’s underhanded

    Even if it’s dishonest

    Even if it’s built around an outright wrong assumption

    They’ll STILL try to scare you away from what we know can work with conditions like the common cold.

    They’ll even repeat that tired old adage until they’re blue in the face: “There’s no cure for the common cold!”

    But YOU know better – because you have ME in your corner. And today, I’m going to share the best way to beat the worst part of winter.

    How to CURE the cold… in a matter of HOURS!

    The latest “no cure for the cold” nonsense is a study that attempts to dismiss zinc.

    The study claims 78mg of zinc per day for five days made no difference in recovery rates or symptoms.

    In fact, they claim the folks who took zinc had a slightly SLOWER recovery.

    Now, to their credit, they’re not saying there’s no chance zinc could work. Instead, they’re calling for more research with a longer study and higher doses.

    But that hasn’t stopped the mainstream from touting this as proof there’s “no cure for the common cold.”

    In any case, even if they do that next study on higher doses over longer periods, it would still miss the point: you can’t rely on zinc ALONE to beat the cold, and most doctors in natural medicine will tell you as much.

    It’s just ONE of the ingredients you need to beat a cold.

    Without the others, it’s just not going to work that well.

    Ask a dozen docs how to beat a cold, and you’ll get a dozen different answers. But I’ve developed a protocol I believe combines the best nutrients, backed by the most science, to deliver the fastest and most effective relief.

    As you’ll see, zinc plays a key role… but it’s NOT the only ingredient:

    • Vitamin D3: 20,000 IU
    • Vitamin A: 20,000 IU
    • Zinc: 20-40 mg (get zinc citrate or gluconate, which are more easily absorbed)
    • Vitamin C: 500-1,000 mg (buffered C is best; that refers to the “buffering” minerals that will help prevent gas and other stomach problems from high doses of vitamin C)

    I’ve seen this approach work in a matter of hours, both in my patients and in myself, although sometimes it takes a day or two. Remember that these are all best taken with a meal!

    Here’s the most important thing about this protocol: The KEY is to start FAST.

    I’m talking the first sign of sniffles… or that very first moment you get that raw sensation at the back of your throat.

    In other words, you should get ALL of these ingredients now so they’re on hand and ready to go the moment you need them.

  2. Cold can be cured in 24 hours

    Cure the common cold… in 24 hours or less!

    No cure for the cold?

    NONSENSE!

    What they really mean by that is there’s NO DRUG that can cure the cold.

    Nor will there ever be one because a cure… by definition… will get rid of the cold quickly. You’d just need it for a day or so, then you’re done with it.

    Where’s the money in that?!?

    They’re rather people get sick instead. The average cold runs 7-10 days. That’s 7-10 days when many people will buy and use decongestants and cough suppressants and such.

    And that, my friend, is where the real money’s at:

    Over-the-counter cold meds do close to $7.4 billion a YEAR in sales.

    But you can cure the common cold, and you don’t have to spend big money...

    You just need four common vitamins that you can get for pennies.

    And this infection-beating plan can work literally overnight!

    Wipe out the common cold with 4 nutritional superstars

    Now, these are four common nutrients.

    But they’re not four common doses.

    These are what some people would call “mega” doses – big-time shots of nutrients that will rapidly arm your immune system to battle the virus trying to take control.

    This plan won’t make anyone rich.

    But it WILL make you better:

    • Vitamin D3: 20,000 IU
    • Vitamin A: 20,000 IU (two of those little palmitate 10,000 IU capsules you can get anywhere)
    • Zinc: 20-40 mg (look for an easily absorbed form such as zinc citrate or gluconate)
    • Vitamin C: 500-1,000 mg (buffered C is best; the “buffering” minerals can help prevent the gas and other stomach problems from high-dose C)

    Here’s the trick, and it’s really important – the single most important part of this process...

    You have to act F-A-S-T.

    See, a lot of cold remedies say to take within 24 hours to 48 hours. But even that is TOO SLOW.

    You need to start within four hours, max. Ideally two hours if you can.

    Sure, it can still work if you start later, even after a day or two. But it’ll take longer because the virus will be more entrenched in your body.

    But start within two to four hours – at the very first sign of trouble – and you can usually wipe it out fast when the viral load is still low and there are fewer disease-causing germs for your immune system to kill.

    The key is to make sure you have all of those vitamins on hand now, ready to use the moment you feel that first hint of “something coming on.”

    Lots of people – friends, family, patients, even me – find we can knock a cold out overnight, after just a dose or two of this regimen. Sometimes it takes longer, like three or four doses, but it almost always works.

    And yes… this same approach can even help knock out that other winter bugaboo… the flu, too. But again, it works best if you act fast!

    Oh, and one last thing…

    Take with food.

    These four cold-stopping nutrients are best taken with food – during or just after a meal or snack.

  3. Probiotics can cure the common cold

    Probiotics can reduce the duration of the common cold, new research confirms. Learn exactly what you need to know to be feeling better fast!
  4. Common cold treatment

    Catch colds often? The reason might be in your DNA. Find the cause -- and how to fix it -- here.
  5. Zinc beats colds

    A simple mineral could help you beat the cold and get you back on your feet -- and back on the job -- quicker than ever. A new study finds that zinc -- the main ingredient in many natural cold lozenges -- is so good at beating back the sniffles that it's practically a cure.
  6. Think zinc for cold relief

    The makers of zinc-based supplements have gotten into some trouble with the feds over the years for promising shorter colds and fewer symptoms... but a new analysis finds they were right all along: Zinc's the real deal.

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