Beat the Flu by Richard Stooker

Protect Yourself and Your Family From Bird Flu, Swine Flu, Pandemic Flu and Seasonal Flu

Beat the flu

Flu experts agree -- a severe pandemic is just a matter of time.

But there are many other ways to protect yourself and your family. They are cheap and widely available. Everybody can take steps to protect themselves and their families.

The nightmare is another 1918-style flu that is both highly contagious and highly lethal. It could kill tens of millions of people around the globe.

Ordinary, seasonal flu kills from 20,000 to 40,000 Americans per year, and an unknown number of people in other countries.

Swine flu has already mutated into forms resistant to both vaccines and Tamiflu.

BEAT THE FLU is a comprehensive guide to build your immune system to prevent and, if necessary, treat the flu.

BEAT THE FLU explains the proprietary 7 Perimeter Defense System and the Super Immunity Seven.

Praise for BEAT THE FLU:

"This is a TON of information that can literally save lives. The solutions you give are simple and easy to implement.

"Whatever price you pay for this book is going to be well worth it. After all...what price can you put on your life and the lives of your family?"  -- Enigma Valdez       

"The 7-Perimeter Immune Defense System is a comprehensive immunity-boosting plan. When followed correctly, it will literally build an internal fortress of protection against the bird flu. This system will save lives!

"I have seen books selling at twice the price that don't even have half the information."
                -- Clint Fountain  

"I have studied alternative health for many years... and still I found many nuggets of smart advice I hadn't thought of, forgotten, or flat out didn't know before I went through your flu book. Well done!"  -- Jim Van Wyck  

"Brings the facts to us in a clear, well-written style.

"You provide in-depth biological explanations using easily understood everyday words. Your ability to communicate complex concepts in ordinary language is phenomenal.

"I am very, very impressed."     -- Dot Pecson   

Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Diseases / Respiratory

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Alternative Therapies

Language: English

Keywords: how to beat the flu, pandemic flu, avian flu, swine flu, bird flu, seasonal flu, flu shots, h5n1, h1n1, epidemic, cure, treat, pandemic, influenza, vaccines, tamiflu, flu medicines, immune system, vaccination, evolution, apocalypse, cdc, who, world health organization, center for disease control, vitamin c, garlic, vitamin d, spanish, nano mask, amantadine, rimantadine, peramivir, ribaririn, 1918 flu, ebola, statistics

Word Count: 62,000

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Besides Kindle, is also available in paper on CreateSpace and as an audiobook on Audible.

Sample text:

The World Health Organization (WHO) started The Global Initiative in 1948. This is a network of 110 laboratories in 85 countries that monitors strains of flu virus. The object was to watch out for a new pandemic such as happened in 1918.
An epidemic is a large increase in disease cases in a particular area. A pandemic is the same disease spreading out of control in many different places. Thanks to international air travel, it's difficult to contain epidemics. It's very easy for infected people to board a plane and spread a disease to new countries.
A woman carried SARS from Hong Kong to Toronto before anybody knew the disease existed.
There're 3 International Laboratories which monitor flu cases. One is in the Center for disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta Georgia. Another in London England and the third in Melbourne Australia.
It is these scientists who get together in February of every year to decide which strains are most likely to be a threat in the next flu season. It then takes 6 to 8 months to prepare and begin to distribute the vaccine.
In some flu seasons the vaccine is ineffective simply because a flu strain spreads that the scientists did not foresee.
WHO has set up 10 special laboratories in China in hopes of monitoring flu cases in that country. I have not read anything about these laboratories in recent media stories on bird flu, so I have to wonder why these laboratories did not detect bird flu cases in China before it emerged in South Korea in late 2003.
In March 1999, two little girls, ages one and four, caught another type of flu that “should not” have infected human beings -- H9N2. Later, the Chinese government admitted that 5 mainland residents had caught H9N2 before them. They all recovered, so it's not as deadly as H5N1, but it's another sign that flu viruses can surprise us.

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