Save yourself from 2020’s DEADLIEST infection
It’s a wave of death unlike ANYTHING we’ve ever seen – one leaving millions of Americans, most of them seniors, locked in a battle for their lives.
And sadly, many of them lose that fight.
Superbug inflections – infections with bacteria that can survive conventional antibiotics – are slowly and quietly becoming a leading cause of death.
But you won’t hear about it ANYWHERE!
Except for right here – because today, I’m going to let you in on this shocking “secret death risk” and reveal why the situation is now so urgent.
And more importantly, I’ve got THREE STEPS for arming yourself against this deadly threat.
The SUPERBUG threat to you and your loved ones
The CDC was just forced to admit that all their estimates were badly off…
They now claim that illnesses and deaths from superbug infections are 50 percent higher than what they’d previously claimed.
Now, they say 2.8 million Americans are sickened… and 35,000 are KILLED by these germs every year.
But even that number doesn’t come close to the reality.
Washington University researchers say the annual death toll from these infections has now hit 160,000!
That would make it one of the TOP FIVE causes of death in the nation – killing twice as many Americans as diabetes.
But there are three steps you can take to make sure you never become one of them:
Step 1: Watch for antibiotics
Many docs prescribe antibiotics for conditions like respiratory infections that they KNOW are likely to be viral, which means the drugs won’t even work. But they give the meds anyway, just in case it’s bacterial, so you’re covered either way.
But an unneeded antibiotic could leave you exposed to a nasty superbug infection.
If you’re not seriously ill, your doc might let you wait 24-48 hours before filling the prescription – and if you start to feel better, you may not have to fill it at all.
You can’t always control this, mind you. Sometimes you need the drugs. But it never hurts to ask.
Step 2: Eat organic
Most antibiotics don’t go to people.
They go to animals!
Some 70 percent of all medically important antibiotics are used to stop infections from spreading in cramped and filthy factory farm conditions. That causes superbugs to develop on those farms
And, yes, they end up in the meat.
One study this year found conventional chicken is TWICE AS LIKELY to have superbug germs!
Eat organic, and you can lower your risk of exposure to both the drugs and the bugs.
Step 3: Take a probiotic
You know the old saw: The best offense is a good defense… and when it comes to superbugs, the best defense are probiotic bacteria.
Along with obvious sources such as supplements and yogurt, you can also get probiotic bacteria from lacto-fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut, beets, carrots and cabbage.
Even the juice from homemade sauerkraut is loaded with probiotics (if you can drink it without gagging… I know I can’t, but I know folks who swear by it!).
And if you take a tablespoon or two of seed grains such as flax, hemp or chia, you can feed those good bacteria to help ensure they crowd out the bad guys