1. Strong-as-Steel Immune System Starts HERE

    Dear Reader,

    If you’re over the age of 50 a healthy immune system is absolutely critical in these scary times…

    That’s why I can’t wait to share this very good news.

    Imagine if just a sprinkle of a special nutrient could help promote a healthy, strong immune system.

    How much healthier, more confident and HAPPIER would you feel?

    A scientific study took seniors aged 55-87 years old and gave them a clinical dose of a “missing” nutrient for one year. They found that they had 5X FEWER INFECTIONS during that year compared to those who only got a placebo.

    When I saw these results my jaw practically hit the floor

    Because I knew something that most people don’t…

    1 in every 3 seniors don’t get enough of this critical nutrient.

    What is it? Zinc.

    But here’s the catch – you can’t just go grabbing any old zinc. You need the right kind of zinc.

    And lucky for you I’ve taken out all the guesswork with new formula called ElderWell.

    But it gets better. With my formula, you not only get the right kind of zinc (zinc gluconate) – you also get FIVE other nutrients that can help revitalize your immune system!

    Another study showed that this second, revolutionary ingredient, helped participants recover from colds twice as fast than those only on a placebo!

    Elderberry is responsible for these incredible results, thanks to its high antioxidant levels – the main driver in ramping up your immune system.

    The formula also includes vitamin C – a well-known nutrient that provides immune support, and also one that many folks are deficient in.

    I’ve also included a rare Chinese herb called andrographis paniculata. This ingredient brings one crucial skill to the table: fighting inflammation. The key to conquering any illness.

    Last but not least comes copper to make sure your body can absorb the ingredients.

    The best part about ElderWell? You get all of these power-packed, immune-boosting, vital ingredients all in one.

    There’s no wondering if you have enough vitamin C… or if you’ve gotten the right kind of zinc. The hard work has been done for you.

    And now more than ever -- for this cold and flu season especially – you’ll want your immune system working at its strongest. Just click here to get started with your must-have immune booster, ElderWell (100% money back guarantee!).


    P.S. Fighting the cold and flu season is more important than ever this year. A titanium-strong immune system is your best defense. That’s why there’s no time to waste – start strengthening it now, by clicking here and getting ElderWell, risk-free.

  2. The sweet spot for salt

    Sodium has been a necessary part of the diet since time began -- but based on how little the mainstream knows about it, you'd think it was discovered just last week.

    Governments, health organizations and doctors are all pushing the completely unproven notion that a low-salt diet will prevent heart disease and improve health in people who already have the condition -- but the latest research shows they're wrong.

    Dead wrong.

    While it's true that too much salt can hurt you, odds are you're not getting even close to "too much." Too little salt, on the other hand, is every bit as dangerous -- and if you follow mainstream guidelines, you're already smack in the danger zone.

    A new look at data on some 28,000 patients with either heart disease or a high risk of developing heart disease or diabetes found that people who consumed 4,000 mg per day actually had the lowest risk of heart disease.

    Since most Americans get about 3,400 mg a day, that's actually well above the average intake -- and way above the guidelines, which call for a maximum of 2,300 mg of sodium a day for most people, and 1,500 mg a day for many others.

    Stick to the lower intake, and you might want to make sure your affairs are in order: Those who only got between 2,000 mg and 3,000 mg a day actually had an 8.6-percent increase in the risk of dying from a heart-related condition, and a 5-percent boost in the risk of hospitalization for congestive heart failure than those who took in 4,000 mg a day.

    Of course, that doesn't mean you should ignore your salt intake -- because the same study in the American Journal of Hypertension found that extremely high levels of salt are even worse.

    How extreme? People who got between 7,000 mg and 8,000 mg of sodium a day had a 9.7-percent boost in the risk of dying of a heart-related event, and a 7-percent increase in the risk of a heart attack.

    But here's the thing: It's almost impossible to get that much sodium from a diet of fresh foods, even if you add a dash of salt to everything.

    Only packaged foods -- and lots of 'em -- can take you to that level. And in that case, is it really the salt -- or is it all the other junk used to make those meals?

    My money's on the latter.

    Salt isn't the only place the mainstream has gotten it backwards. Keep reading for the latest news on blood pressure.

  3. Happy people live longer

    It's the attitude adjustment that could save your life: A new study finds that happy people live longer -- which means a smile might turn out to be the cheapest, safest, and easiest longevity-booster on the planet.
  4. Why you should never trust 'doctor's orders'

    In reality, most doctors follow the guidelines issued by the major medical associations -- and that means some of the biggest decisions he makes about you and your health are based on badly biased information.
  5. The dirt on colon cleansing

    Never take medical advice from Hollywood stars...One of the more recent trends in Hollywood's boutique medicine industry involves colon cleansings -- the idea that a very elaborate (and often expensive) chemically enhanced enema can somehow cure all sorts of health issues.
  6. Always look on the bright side of life

    Your outlook could play a direct role in your stroke risk, with the most negative people facing the most negative outcomes.
  7. Diabetics can go nuts

    Well whaddaya know -- it turns out small changes in your diet can lead to small changes in your health. Researchers asked diabetics to replace a little of their daily carbs with either more carbs or nuts... and found that those who went nuts had slight improvements in blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

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