What Americans Can Do to Help Authorities Ready For Bird Flu

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Bird Flu virus scare has many looking to other sources to protect their health

It seems as if the hysteria surrounding Avian Influenza “Bird Flu” is at a fever pitch these days. U.S. Congress allocating $3.3 billion to protect Americans; while doctors are reporting there is currently no vaccines available, they are working overtime to find one. Well, with the government and scientists doing their part, it’s important to know that Americans can take part in helping to protect themselves.

People can be successful in helping government and doctors meet bird flu head on by watching their diets and strengthening their immune systems now to fight this potentially deadly virus. Well, according to Troy Epping, area manager for a nutraceutical company, nutritional deficiency and weakened immune systems are two critical factors in not being able to fight against viruses such as Avian Influenza “Bird Flu”. “It all starts at the cell level, according to Epping.” “People can feed their cells the nutrients and minerals they need daily, This allows the body the capacity to help weather the storm if and when bird flu strikes America.”

Unfortunately, the foods people eat today sometimes do not have the necessary minerals and nutrients left in them due to over processing. Other technologies are available such as pharmacy grade liquid supplements that step in and replenish the bodys' cells with nourishment to keep them balanced and strengthened. Most are very affordable and flexible for the average consumer’s budget. “It can be vital for each and every American to prepare for this battle” Epping says.

Epping represents a nutriceutical liquid supplement VIBE which when taken charges right to the cell level to help strenghthen the immune system. The company is eight years old.

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