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Doctor Recommends New Powerful Natural Antiviral Against the Flu
Date:10/23/2008

Zeolite-AV contains minerals that provide safe, effective prevention and relief from the Flu and other viruses.

NEW YORK, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Howard Peiper, a Pulitzer prize nominated author, has written numerous books on nutrition and natural health including 12 best sellers. Dr. Peiper is recommending a brand new supplement from a nutraceutical company, ZEO Health Ltd., called Zeolite-AV and is the first all natural product ever created that has been a proven preventative and treatment for the Flu and other viruses.

Influenza is a serious virus, and people of any age can get it. In an average year, the flu causes 36,000 deaths and more than 200,000 hospitalizations in the United States alone. The US government, which distributes the Flu vaccine through multiple pharmaceutical companies, continues to have issues every year. Many times they run out of the vaccine and are limiting it to only those that are at extreme risk from the virus, children and the elderly. Other years, they predict the wrong strains of the virus which will be prevalent that year, rendering the flu vaccine useless for that season.

With limitations in science, higher costs, and constant side effects with synthetic drugs, more people are turning to natural products for help. "People are starting to realize that many drugs are originally based on natural treatments that the drug companies recreated and modified synthetically to be able to control supply and protect intellectual property rights on the products," states, Micah Portney, president of ZEO Health Ltd. As people become more educated, they are taking their health care back into their own hands and focusing on the resurgence of less expensive, effective natural solutions.

Zeolite-AV contains two natural minerals which are listed by the FDA as generally recognized as safe. Toxins and heavy metals, which we are constantly exposed to in our environment, depress normal immune functioning and put our b
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