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Big Tech is at it again.
Amazon has decided to BAN the selling of NAC (N-Acetylcysteine)
Go ahead and search for it yourself on Amazon, you won’t find a single product on Amazon with it. Meanwhile, you can still find it at your local natural health or vitamin store... But for how long?
You see, NAC is one of the most important ingredients for your lungs, liver and immune system.
NAC has proven effective in helping people develop antibody responses before they ever develop any symptoms.
Think about that for 1 second!
You can literally develop antibody responses before ever having a scratchy throat, runny nose, aches and pains. It’s simply incredible!
Yet, Amazon thinks they can control your heart, lungs, liver and the immune system!
It's a "David and Goliath" situation (In case you're wondering....I'm David)...but I intend to fight back!
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There has never been a MORE important time to support your immune system,
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Healthcare is a passion of mine. All too often patients tell me they feel unheard, unlistened-to, pushed away, and rushed at their doctor visits.
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To Your Health,
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