Vitamin C: Nature’s ‘Flu Shot’
Annually millions of people heed the multiple flu warnings and flock to walk-in-clinics and hospitals to receive their flu shot. However, many still end up contracting the flu. Consuming high doses of vitamin C is a low-cost, proven means of both preventing and treating influenza by enhancing overall immune function. With new strains of influenza arising each year and with the flu shot becoming increasingly ineffective, vitamin C needs to be implemented into our diets via oral or inhalational supplementation and used as a means of resistance.
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