This vitamin gives me an ironclad immune system

And no, it’s NOT vitamin C…

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The most attractive thing a man can do (according to women)

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Dr. Ari Magill MD here, and in a recent survey, thousands of men were asked:

“What’s the most attractive thing a girl can do?”

And these were the top responses:

  • Smile a lot
  • Wear dresses
  • Give compliments
  • Wear minimal makeup
  • Will make him a sandwich lol

Pretty simple, right?

But what about vice-versa — what’s the most attractive thing a man can do, from a woman’s point of view?

Well I polled some women, and here’s what they said…and it’s shocking really! Not what I expected at all…

According to women, the most attractive thing a man can do is take care of his face.

That’s right — it’s about protecting your youthful attractiveness as a man, by taking care of your skin!

And I’ve found a simple way to do that, so any man can keep the youthful attractiveness that women love…

And it won’t break the bank.

Here’s how to keep a youthful, attractive looking face no matter your age


This vitamin gives me an ironclad immune system

Matt Cook here, and today I am talking about how to avoid infection with common and easy-to-get vitamins.

In general, older animals and older people are far more susceptible to viral and bacterial infection.

Because these animals are older, they have run low on some essential hormones and vitamins that younger animals have plenty of.

For instance, vitamin E levels are lower in older animals.

And animal experiments have shown that supplementing vitamin E can give old animals the immune response of a young one.

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These animal experiments were carried out at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. The results were published in the Journal of Immunology.

It’s no secret that older people are far more susceptible to infection than youngsters.

The lungs are a major target for infectious pathogens in older people.

Streptococcus pneumoniae is a bacteria responsible for many cases of pneumonia.

Streptococcus pneumoniae infections are an important cause of morbidity and mortality in older patients.”

This is the bacteria which was studied in these experiments.

Part of the problem with infections like this is that they create inflammation which can get out of control.

“Uncontrolled lung inflammation exacerbates this disease.”

One of the primary functions of vitamin E is as an anti-inflammatory. Part of its anti-inflammatory effect is in regulating the immune system.

So it makes sense that vitamin E could be helpful in the treatment of pneumonia.

“We tested whether vitamin E, a regulator of immunity, can modulate responses as a preventative strategy to mitigate age associated decline in resistance to bacterial pneumonia.”

So the researchers set up some experiments with different groups of mice.

In the experiments they used old mice – between 22 and 24 months old. And they used younger mice around 4 months old.

Like people, young mice are practically immune to this type of bacterial lung infection.

When the researchers infected the mice, they found that older mice had 1000 times more bacteria in the lungs two days later.

“At two days post infection, aged mice suffered 1000 fold higher pulmonary bacterial burden.”

The aged mice also had higher levels of white blood cells in the lung.

This is a sign of impending lung damage – and means a higher likelihood of dying from bacterial poisoning.

The researchers then repeated the experiment.

Except this time they gave the older mice supplemental vitamin E for 1 month before infecting them.

When the older mice were given vitamin E before infection their immune response was massively improved.

Vitamin E made the immune system of old animals respond like that of young animals.

The supplement led to 1000 times lower levels of bacteria in the lungs of older animals after infection.

“Strikingly, vitamin E supplementation of aged mice resulted in a 1000 fold lower bacterial long burden and full control of infection.”

These older animals tended not to get sick or die from bacterial poisoning when they were given vitamin E.

“This resistance to bacterial infection was associated with a twofold lower levels of white blood cells in the lung – levels comparable to that of young mice.”

Vitamin E enhances the immune response to bacterial infection. Boosting immunity in older animals.

“Vitamin E enhances resistance of aged mice to bacterial pneumonia by modulating the innate immune response.”

The researchers believe these discoveries could lead to nutritional strategies (vitamin E supplementation)…

…which could greatly reduce pneumonia infections in older people.

“The findings have potential clinical significance in combating infection and aged individuals through nutritional intervention.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

—-Important Message About Using Vitamin E to Boost Immunity—-

This powerful form of vitamin E builds more healthy T cells and boosts immunity

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The only way to recover from most viral illnesses is with your own body’s natural defenses…

And when your immune system is functioning properly…

You’ll be making the all-powerful T cells.

T cells exist to identify and kill invading pathogens or infected cells.

These T cells are even more important than antibodies.

T cells can hang around in the blood for years after an infection and become part of your immune system’s “long term memory.”

This means your immune system works smarter and faster when encountering similar viruses and illnesses.

So here’s what I’m doing — I’m using this powerful form of vitamin E along with a few other natural remedies in a unique way…


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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