Flu season, shmoo season! Don’t let the flu shot hype trick you into thinking that somehow a vaccine is an effective prevention technique!
First of all, flu shot manufacturers fully admit the shot is only active for 90 days, but “flu season” can last for 6 months. Not to mention, you’d be left with a live virus in your bloodstream along with mercury and other toxins – still sound like a good idea?
By the way, did you know that over the last 100 years or so, diseases for which vaccines were introduced had almost disappeared BEFORE the vaccines were introduced? Turns out that gradually improving sanitary conditions were the real reason these diseases were eradicated, not vaccines – but we’ll leave that for another time.
Speaking of sanitary conditions, one of the 7 things you can do to prevent the flu naturally is to wash your hands. It’s that simple. Here are some other things you can do:
Get enough sleep
Your immune system functions much better when you get 8 hours per night.
Exercise helps keep your immune system strong.
Even small amounts of sugar can significantly impair your body’s ability to prevent a flu infection.
Drink lots of pure water
Water keeps your mucous membranes well-hydrated to help them fight off viruses.
Prolonged stress is at least partially responsible for 90% of all illness and disease. Regular exercise helps reduce stress.
Eat immune-boosting foods
Brightly colored fruits and vegetables are packed with phytonutrients to strengthen your immune system.
You don’t need a flu shot when you provide your body with the conditions that allow your body to produce natural immunity!
resource H-Acers, fluhelp.com