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5 Lifesaving Items to Fight Swine Flu

5 Lifesaving Items to Fight Swine Flu

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5 Lifesaving Items to Fight Swine Flu
(OrganicJar) With an expected second major outbreak of the swine flu slowly approaching, many people have no idea what they can do to help prevent it. Here are 5 things you can do that could save your life!

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  1. Cleaners

    What should concern people is how contagious the swine flu is and how fast it spreads, not how dangerous it is necessarily. Make sure to have:

    • Rubbing Alcohol
    • Wipes
    • Eco-Friendly Cleaners
    • Antibacterial Soap
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  3. Probiotics and Prebiotics

    All of us have loads of bacteria in our guts, and your suppose to, it protects us. What you want to do is nourish those bacteria. Probiotics and probiotics are a way of keeping that bacteria colony healthy so it can protect you from viruses that are trying to get in your system. Here are some great probiotics and probiotics:

    • Garlic and Onions
    • Yogurt with live culture will nourish the gut lining.
    • Pills are the most effective because they protect delicate bacteria that normally would be destroyed by acid in your stomach.

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  5. Supplements

    You’ll want to take these to help keep your system resistant to the virus as much as possible.

    • Vitamin D3 which you can get from the sun, or in pill form.
    • Ginseng specifically North American Ginseng.
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  7. Emergency Home Kit

    It’s always a great idea to have an emergency home kit to protect you and should include:
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    • Thermometer to watch your temperature.
    • Electrolyte Replacement
    • Acetaminophen Pills to help break fevers.
    • Surgical Masks to block saliva that can get coughed at you.
    • Acetaminophen Pills to help break fevers.
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  9. Extra Foods and Pharmaceuticals

    I think being prepared is a good thing. I recommend a 1 month supply of key foods and pharmaceuticals you need so you don’t have to leave your house. (this is a government recommendation…which is scary in my mind that ‘they’ recommend this, what do they know, we don’t?)

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  1. Hi Jason,

    Hope you are well just read latest article on 5 ways to fight swine flu and found it interesting having been involved in Healthcare for a number of years l carried out barrier nursing when we had an outbreak of RSA and it is very much along the same lines. I am neither an expert or could give you the precise details of how to combat this outbreak, but to ward off symptoms and protect the blood garlic is great as is live yoghurt for the gut. I am not a man that believes in taking pills for no reason but l agree with acetaminophen pills for fever but plenty of water is an essential to not dry out, as fever can grab hold easier. Other than that as the doctors say on their so-called help lines keep away from the surgery and phone the NHS Swine Flu helpline, great is it not, when you are ill.

    Anyway more soon and will add this to our organisations blog as usual at http://adamchristianenterprisesuk.blogspot.com/ and thanks. Regards Ian

  2. I read the list of “must haves”. I want to spread a word of warning of over using antibacterial soap. It’s shown that not only does regular soap work just as well..but that your body can build up a tolerance for antibacterial soap..and cause these viruses to become stronger. When teaching, it was sad to see how frequently that waterless soap is used as well…not so natural stuff..and these kids are lathering their hand up before lunch and in between.

  3. Very informative and I will pass the information to my co-workers. When you have one person in the office sick and they come in, it passes on and on.

  4. Jason,
    In the Middle Ages, during the times of the plague, robbers would be stealing from people, alive and dead and they did not get the plague.
    It was discovered that they used certain essential oils which Dr. Gary Young of Young Living has incorporated into his blend called “THIEVES”.
    We have the natural means to protect ourselves from any disease.

  5. From a company point of view I’d add the need to inform your employees of the need for ‘respiratory etiquette’, ie using tissues, cleaning hands etc. I’ve been looking for some decent posters and signs to push home the need for increased hygiene in the workplace. Best I’ve found so far is a company called leosignage who I bought some great flu specific signs from.

  6. Jason:

    Thank you for the opportunity to comment on your article. It is refreshing to see you list Pro and Prebiotics as critical weapons to have in the fight against H1N1 aka Swine Flu.

    When I speak to friends, family and customers about prebiotics I hear comments such as “oh yeah, I’ve heard of probiotics..” or “do you mean probiotics?.” There is a difference.

    Prebiotics are soluble fibers which pass through the stomach unchanged. They nourish the good bacteria in the colon and are beneficial whether you consume a probiotic or not.

    Probiotics are living organisms that are susceptible to heat, cold and aging. There are over 2,000 bacterial species in the colon. In addition bacteria in the colon is in the many trillions.

    To get the greatest health benefit from a prebiotic supplement it is important to consume a full spectrum oligofructose enriched inulin (OEI) product. There are several inulin products available. A full spectrum OEI product nourishes the entire colon, not just a portion.

    I would encourage your readers interested in more information to visit http://www.prebiotin.com. There they can learn more about Prebiotin and the many benefits a full spectrum OEI offers.

    Thanks again for a great topic.

    Best regards,

    Bill Duprey

  7. hey boy , you go !!! i have three kids , how can i give them lots of good suff without them realising ?? please help , my youngest is 4, months old awwwwwwwwwwww xx

  8. LIKE YOUR ARTICLES BUT, YOUR SPELLING AND MISTAKES ARE ATROCIOUS. THIS LOOSES MY ATTENTION.

  9. Elderberry syrup is a specific against influenza/flu. I have made a whole batch for this coming season, because the elder trees are very heavily laden with fruits this year. My personal view is that Mother Nature is sentient – with so many berries on the ‘influenza’ tree – I read the message that influenza may well be higher this year, so I have prepared for it.

  10. I urge you to read “The Cure for all Cancers” and see what it says about prophyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) I would NOT suggest using this product at all, not even a cleaner, especially people with cancer! There are 2 natural cleaners that are good for you. One is Wild Oregano P73, or wild oregano essential oil, or Hydogen Peroxide.

  11. I love the smell and taste of Oregano when added in some recipes.:,`

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