immune system

  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. Immune system T-cells boosted by sun exposure

    How sunlight boosts your immune system

    February may not be prime time for getting out under the sun in most parts of the country... even if it's something we do all year long here in Southern California.

    But when the weather allows it, make it a point to soak up some rays for a few minutes each day.

    It doesn't just FEEL good.

    It IS good -- and the latest research shows how simple sun exposure can give your immune system a powerful boost.

    I'm sure you already know how sunlight stimulates the body into producing vitamin D, which itself plays an essential role in fighting off everything from infections to chronic disease.

    But the new study shows another way sunlight can turbocharge your immune system -- and this one may be even more powerful!

    The moment sunlight hits your skin, something incredible happens deep inside your body.

    Your T-cells wake up.

    Those are some of the most important cells in your immune system.

    They're your body's first line of defense, rushing to the scene of a potential infection, where they attempt to overwhelm and kill viral and bacterial invaders.

    When your T-cells are charged up and ready to go, you can get exposed to nasty germs like the ones behind the flu and never get sick.

    But when they're slow and sluggish, you could pay the price.

    The new study finds the low levels of blue light emitted by the sun can penetrate the skin down to its second layer, the dermis, where it causes T-cells to pump out hydrogen peroxide.

    That's essentially a call to arms from your T-cells. It gets them moving, and helps them rally more cells to the scene of a possible infection.

    And while these T-cells are based in the dermis, they don't have to stay there.

    Once activated, they can move just about anywhere they're needed in the body -- and the blue wavelengths in sunlight give them the power to reach infections faster so you stay healthier longer.

    Of course, there's an obvious downside to sun exposure.

    Too much of it can cause sunburn and the damage that can lead to skin cancer.

    But as I shared with you last year in Health Revelations, there's a way to safely get the sun you need without the risks, and that's to go outside for brief periods.

    Somewhere between five and 20 minutes is enough to stimulate your body and, in most cases, won't turn you into a crisp. (Of course, adjust the time accordingly if you have fair skin or burn easily).

    If you want to stay out longer, either cover up with clothing and a hat or choose sunscreen that contains titanium or zinc oxide that's free of parabens and other harmful chemicals.

  3. Immune system holds the key to heart health

    Your immune system does more than fight off colds. It also holds the key to heart health, and can even help protect against a heart attack.
  4. Boost immune system with vitamin D

    The best immune-boosting nutrient is... Your immune system is like your bank account. It's important at every age -- but the older you get, the more essential it is to your overall wellbeing. I can't do much about your bank account. But I can help you with your immune system, because I have a long list of ways you can invest in your good health. And the one deposit you should make daily is a stash of vitamin D, because new research confirms that the sunshine vitamin just might be the most powerful immune-boosting nutrient of all. Continue reading →
  5. The benefits of probiotics

    Probiotics can enhance your immune system and help your body fight off infections, new research finds.
  6. Arsenic in rice is unsafe

    The feds say the arsenic levels in rice are safe to eat -- but that flies in the face of science.
  7. Electronic devices disrupt sleep cycles

    The artificial LED light from electronic devices like iPads fool your body into thinking it's daytime disrupting melatonin production, leading to sleep issues, immunity problems, and reducing your protection against diseases like cancer.
  8. Sleep disorder boosts prostate risk

    Poor sleep habits increase the risk of prostate cancer, including potentially deadly advanced tumors.
  9. Baby vaccine schedule tied to hospitalization and death

    Babies that get the most vaccines actually have a higher risk of hospitalization and death, according to new research.
  10. Walking and jogging prevents metabolic syndrome

    You can get healthier without even breaking a sweat -- and all you have to do is walk a little faster.
  11. Probiotics can help beat the cold

    A probiotic blend can help reduce the severity of the common cold and shorten the duration, according to the latest research.
  12. Vitamin B3 can wipe out staph bacteria

    There’s a simple, safe and all-natural solution for wiping out staph bacteria such as MRSA: vitamin B3.
  13. Why you need more vitamin C

    The recommended daily intake of vitamin C is set way too low, and researchers are now leading a push to have it increased. Find out how more C can help you.
  14. Judge rules that MMR shot caused autism

    An Italian judge ruled that the MMR shot caused autism -- and that's not the only problem with this and other vaccines.
  15. Green tea can keep you on your toes

    Drop for drop, it's hard to top green tea when it comes to health benefits. The drink has been shown to help fight cancer, boost the immune system, and even help you to live longer. And now, a new study shows that it can keep you active and on your feet -- especially if you're getting up there in years.
  16. New gout 'cure' is a recipe for more pain

    If you think gout is bad, just wait 'til you see the latest "cure." This new drug treatment doesn't replace what's already out there. It's in addition to it -- so you have to take both bad meds, doubling your risk of side effects and other problems.
  17. WHACK your flu risk this winter

    The power to beat the flu is literally in your hands: Wash ‘em often, and the virus that causes the disease won't have a chance to invade your body.
  18. Natural hope for MS patients

    The mainstream "solutions" to multiple sclerosis can be even worse than the disease itself: Of all the dangerous meds MS patients are told to take, not a single one of them can stop or reverse the damage. And they all come with some horrific side effects.
  19. Red wine: exercise in a glass

    You might think the only "exercise" you'll get from drinking wine comes from lifting the glass -- or maybe struggling to open the bottle. But it turns out resveratrol, the famous "red wine antioxidant," can actually trick the body into thinking it's getting some actual exercise -- giving you a big-time metabolic boost with every little sip.
  20. Yoga can bring fibro relief

    Researchers say light stretching can do what a pharmacy full of drugs often cannot: Bring real relief to women suffering from fibromyalgia, the mystifying and often debilitating pain condition.

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