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FAILED by the flu shot? SPEED recovery with this ‘beer trick’

It never seems to fail.

The holidays are supposed to be a time to relax and repose…

But year after year, that’s when we get SACKED by the flu!

Maybe it’s all those holiday treats we ate… all those nights staying up late to sit by the tree… or the stress of last-minute Christmas shopping.

Whatever it was, you’re MISERABLE now

And you’re wondering why you even BOTHERED to get a flu shot this year.

It NEVER seems to work!

Well, it’s too late to PREVENT the flu from taking hold now…

But fortunately, there’s something that can SHORTEN your illness and REDUCE the severity of your symptoms.

And it works, in part, by STIMULATING your immunity to use your body’s inherent processes to fight off the “bug”… naturally!

Shore up your defenses

You may have seen brewer’s yeast on the shelves of the supplement aisle… but been confused as to what it’s for or how to use it.

I mean, yeast is “bad”… right?

Well, not all yeasts were created equal – and THIS type of yeast is definitely different than the kind that causes yeast infections.

Brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) contains MANY healthy components, including B vitaminschromiumselenium… and protein.

That’s a shocker for some, considering brewer’s yeast is used for exactly what it sounds like – brewing beer!

Sometimes called “baker’s yeast,” it’s also responsible for that infamous smell of baking bread.

But since it’s so DENSELY PACKED with nutrients, it also provides a number of health benefits as well, including…

  • ENHANCING immunity, including NORMALIZING immune responses
  • EXTINGUISHING inflammation, and
  • BOOSTING energy.

As a result, you’ll feel BETTER… FASTER.

Look for a concentrated dose of non-living (or “deactivated”), dried brewer’s yeast in capsule form at your local health food store or online, likely alongside other probiotics.

You can also add 2 tablespoons of brewer’s yeast powder to your morning smoothie.

Don’t combine it with certain prescription drugs – including antifungals (since yeast is technically a fungus) and MAO inhibitors.