The secret to avoiding winter flu and other nasties

The Good Life Letter 

17th September 2017

For those of you who fall into the relevant category of health or age, be prepared for the annual flu jab letters to arrive.

This year the predictions are that the virus will be one of the most potent seen in recent years and has already devastated Australia and New Zealand, leading to NHS Englandís Chief Executive, Simon Stevens, saying that our NHS wonít cope.

His gloomy outlook was delivered in Manchester this week and he warned that a failure to increase the rate of vaccination would put overwhelming pressure on hospitals and care services.

In his speech he said:

"For the next three, four, five months, the top priority for every NHS leader, every part of the NHS, is ensuring that the NHS goes into winter in as strong a position as possible.

"We know we're going to have more hospital beds open, we know we are better prepared, but we also know that the pressures are going to be real.

"The signs from Australia and New Zealand, who are just coming out of their winter, are that it has been a heavy flu season and many of the hospitals down there have struggled to cope.

"We know that there is a great deal of work to be done over the next six to eight weeks with our partners in local authorities to put the NHS on the right footing for the winter ahead."

So, are you preparing to get the vaccination?

I donít take up the option myself, but that is because Iím not an asthmatic, diabetic or previous cardiovascular patient.

Each year I see the push to get people injected and then talk to those who have that suffer terrible reactions or still get a severe cold if not the flu itself. I really am not sure how much good this program actually does for the general population, but there are some pretty frightening figures about how devastating flu can be and it must be right that we do all we can to protect ourselves.

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It is time to make your decision

It would be irresponsible of me to say that you shouldnít have the vaccination, and also wrong.

Somewhere in excess of 400,000 people die each year in the UK as a result of contracting the influenza virus, hitting an all-time high in 2015 at 529,613 which was partly blamed on a poorly performing vaccine.

Nearly 80% of the over 75s in the UK have the jab, as well as 55% of health professionals who regularly come into contact with the public.

The evidence shows that where the vaccine contains the right strains of the virus it works very well, building the subjectís immune response a few weeks after administration.

So, why donít I take the jab myself?

Well firstly I am not of an age, secondly donít have a serious chronic illness and thirdly because I am a coward and donít like needles!

But I also do something every year that I think helps me cope with the avalanche of bugs, bacteria and viruses that swamp our family home Ė maybe you would like to try it too.

The good thing is that you can still have the jab as well, in fact if you are in the high risk group I would say you should have the jab and follow my approach too.

So, what is my secret?

Find out in here Ė click and discover a world of simple home remedies

The kitchen cupboard remedy that protects and cures

There is no secret to my remedy, in fact it is one of the most widely known of all the natural approaches to dealing with coughs, colds and the flu.

Simply combine honey, garlic and vinegar into a daily tonic and you will be surprised how well you feel.

This combination has played a major role in health for many centuries, yet in modern times we seem to have forgotten how effective it can be.

To give you an idea of how powerful honey, garlic and vinegar can be, look at their illustrious role in history.

Honey and garlic were found in Ancient Egyptian tombs. They were considered so vital for health and wellbeing that they were buried with their kings.

The Greeks took garlic before battle as an energy booster. And the ancient Chinese used it to perk up their love life. You'll even find these foods mentioned in the Bible.

In the 20th Century, they still had a crucial role to play...

On the battlefields of The US Civil War and the First World War all three were an essential part of the medic's kit. They were used as antibiotics and antiseptics to treat wounds, protect the injured against infection, and restore energy.

During the Great Depression in America, public health officials would use honey to restore the health of undernourished infants.

Even now in the 21st Century, doctors are using honey in hospitals to treat wounds and fight MRSA and... garlic is used as an anti-bacterial agent... and millions of people use vinegar to control their blood sugar after a meal.

A few years ago, I collected a wealth of research and personal testimonials for the usage of honey, garlic and vinegar and published them. The facts astounded me and Iím sure you will be fascinated to learn:

  • How medical experts agree on the effectiveness of these three natural ingredients to prevent and cure coughs, colds and even the most resistant strains of the flu virus.
  • How to instantly treat common ailments like indigestion, heartburn and headaches Ė no chemical gunk from the chemist required.
  • The effective and natural way to soothe stings, bites and rashes.
  • How these can help you get to sleep more easily at night.
  • The simple secret that gets rid of bad breath.
  • All about the easy mix that tackles fungal infections quicker than expensive sprays and creams!

I had an amazing time pulling all this information together.

Now you can see for yourself. Order a 35-day risk-free trial of the Honey, Garlic & Vinegar Miracle today and discover all the benefits of these natural ingredients.

Yours, as always



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