The latest FDA warning names well-known drugs in an ALARMING REPORT…
The agency has declared the benefits of fluoroquinolone antibiotic drugs do NOT outweigh the risks.
Now, you might recognize a few of these names: Cipro, Factive, Levaquin, Avelox, Noroxin, and Floxin.
They are responsible for 30 million outpatient prescriptions each year.
And it “turns out” the drugs:
- Negatively impact mental health;
- Significantly decrease blood sugar; and
- Have a disabling effect on nerves, joints, muscles, and the central nervous system.
That means you’ve probably taken them without knowing the heart risk…
You may not have even noticed the boxed warning that says they can rupture your tendons.
Folks, this about-face by the FDA is truly sickening.
Remember, these drugs were originally APPROVED by the agency!!
It’s about time to QUIT mainstream’s game...
Today, I’ll show you how you can avoid antibiotics altogether, so they can KEEP their revisionist warnings.
Warning: exploding aorta ahead
Two studies—just two—have caused the FDA to release its warning.
Both noted an increase in aortic aneurysms due to fluoroquinolone antibiotics. (An aortic aneurysm is when your aorta swells and bursts, causing internal bleeding.)
These studies were completed in two different countries and over a HALF MILLION patients were evaluated.
After seeing these studies, the FDA was forced to face the truth: antibiotics are often unnecessary and DEADLY.
What to do instead
Fluoroquinolones are primarily prescribed for respiratory and urinary tract infections.
Now, you’re not going to be able to completely avoid these illnesses, but you can SIGNIFICANTLY decrease your chances of getting them with these simple strategies:
- Thoroughly wash your hands with regular soap and water.
Spend at least 30 seconds scrubbing your hands with soap.
- Don’t touch your face.
This is one of the most powerful strategies I employ. The gateways to your body are through your eyes, and the mucus membranes in your nose and mouth. If you keep your hands away from these areas, you’ll have a much easier time avoiding infection.
- Eat healthy and stay active.
These are two simple ways to keep your immune system humming when everyone else’s is breaking down. Be sure to stay active even when the weather is cold outside.
- Supplement with vitamins D3 and C.
In the winter months, you’ll need about 4,000 IU of vitamin D3 and 3 grams of vitamin C – daily – to boost your immune system. When the sun comes out and you get outdoors, you can reduce your vitamin D3 to about 2,000 IUs a day.