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Recently I came across some valuable information I wanted to share with you all. Everyone here is familiar with the swine flu. A correlation between the swine flu and obesity has been discovered. People that are obese are 6x more likely to catch the swine flu.  I have already informed you about chronic disease being at an all time high. Now you have specific evidence which show how a chronic disease can make your body vulnerable. Before I go on about the swine flu, let’s get one thing straight. The swine flu isn’t anymore dangerous than any other flu. Do not believe the main stream media propaganda. You need to look into the vaccine, then make a educated decision if you want to receive it or not.

Obesity plays a significant role in acquiring the swine flu, it also plays a role in children and pregnant women getting the swine flu. This study was conducted by Dr. Russell Blaylock. Dr. Blaylock discovered that32.7% of those admitted to the ICU had asthma or other chronic pulmonary disease, far higher than the general population. Obesity is also associated with a high incidence of insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome, both of which would increase your risk of having a serious infection, even to mild viruses.

Avoiding the swine flu can be simple as keeping your immune system at optimal levels.  Listed below are simple guidelines to follow to avoid the H1N1 virus.

1.Increase you Vitamin D levels (Not Vitamin C Once again don’t belive the hype check it out for yourself)

2. Avoid Sugar

3.Get Enough Rest

4.Don’t Let Stress Become Overwhelming

5.Exercise

6. Take a good  Omega-3

7. Wash Your Hands

These are simple guidelines that can keep you healthy so you won’t have to worry about getting a vaccine show. As I ‘ve said before you now know the facts do not fall for the media hype educate yourself and make the right decision for you and the family.

God Bless

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