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Wouldn't it be great to avoid all the viruses your family and friends pass around? Or sail through your busiest month without a single stress-related cold sore? Now you can!
How? By building up your immune system, the body's own advanced defence force. All it takes are a few simple changes: eat more fresh produce, which is packed with immune-boosting compounds; get some exercise almost every day; and never neglect to have fun -- without joy, the rest is just hard work.
These sure-fire strategies are all inside, along with loads of interesting facts, practical tips, appetising recipes, informative charts and lots, lots more. Your health rests entirely in your hands -- and now you have the means to protect it.
  rajendran | Feb 18, 2009 |
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