You wanna be an instant pariah?

Go cough somewhere!

Your friends will flee, strangers will stare angrily and you’ll be left stammering out an excuse about allergies or something in your throat.

“I’m not sick! Really!!!”

But of course, even without coronavirus, there are still dozens of other nasty viruses out there that can leave you hacking and wheezing, and some of these “lesser” infections can knock you on your rear for days or weeks at a time.

Now, new research reveals a way to fight back against these more common infections – a way that can help you to breathe easier and feel better, faster than ever.

It’s not a drug or a vaccine.

It’s not expensive, either.

It’s a common supplement ANYONE can get – and the new study finds this powerful natural therapy just might work best… in the very folks who need relief the most.

How probiotics can BEAT respiratory infections

Is there ANYTHING those little bugs CAN’T do at this point?

Already, we know probiotic bacteria play an essential role in:

  • Digestion
  • Nutrition
  • Mood
  • Memory
  • …and MORE

They’re also critical to immune system function, with earlier studies showing how probiotics can prevent infections such as the common cold, and make them a whole lot more bearable if and when you do get sick.

Now, the latest research takes it a step further.

It finds a blend of five probiotic bacteria can help you get over upper respiratory tract infections faster and easier.

Overall, this blend cut the symptoms of these common nasty infections by 27 percent, with the biggest benefits found in people who were older and/or heavier… especially overweight and obese people over the age of 45.

Specifically, it helped to ease the truly aggravating stuff like sore throat, headache, muscle ache and wheezing… as well as that BIG SCARY one right now.

Yeah, it helped with coughing.

This blend didn’t contain anything weird or exotic. It had strains of bacteria used in a lot of formulas: Two strains of Lactobacillus acidophilus as well as L. plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum and B. animalissubsp. lactis.

There’s one BIG downside here: Probiotics have become a massive scam.

The moment they become a natural health buzzword, the food industry wanted in on the action… and ever since, the supermarkets have been full of dinky yogurt cups with sugary goo inside and “probiotics” on the label.

And, sure, just about ANY yogurt will have some probiotics.

But most of the supermarket stuff doesn’t have the right blend or the right amounts… and there’s waaaaaaaay too much sugar in the goo.

If you want to get these bacteria naturally from diet, eat a plain whole-milk yogurt and add your own fruit and such for flavor. You can also get probiotic bacteria from anything else fermented, including sauerkraut.

But to REALLY get what you need… especially the right levels and types used in this and other studies… you’ll need a high-quality full-spectrum supplement.