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Download What You Must do to Escape the Bird Flu epub

by Brendanne C. Phillips

A Bird Flu survival manual which contains information on how to survive if the infrastructure breaks down - contains proven home remedies, symptoms and solutions, concise and relevant information, a resource section (where to buy supplies), what to do if no hospitals or doctors are available, how to stock up your home to survive!
Download What You Must do to Escape the Bird Flu epub
ISBN: 0977451380
ISBN13: 978-0977451388
Category: Fitness
Subcategory: Diseases & Physical Ailments
Author: Brendanne C. Phillips
Language: English
Publisher: Changing Lives Publishing; 1st edition (November 18, 2007)
Pages: 190 pages
ePUB size: 1330 kb
FB2 size: 1376 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 306
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Not only does this book outline the ways in which you can protect yourself in the event of pandemic illness it gives us good information about staying healthy and avoiding illness in general. The information about vitamins, health supplements, and healthy lifestyle practices is great to have. Who doesn't need that information right?

Some other great topics discussed where: the people who will be hit the hardest by Bird Flu, 10 simple things you can do, how to survive if the Bird Flu hits, medical care and home remedies if conventional medicine is not available, and food storage and cooking tips. I was delighted to see that many of the survival skills recommended for us to learn were ones that I already have courtesy of my natural family living lifestyle.

I really enjoyed this book. It is now totally dog eared where I have marked pages with important information or sources that I want to explore further. This is one book that a health conscience person should not be without...especially if you are concerned with pandemic illness like the Bird Flu!
After recovering from cancer, author Brendanne C. Phillips took what she learned about taking control of her own health and applied it to the bird flu. She explains the bird flu and how it can spread, but most importantly, she lists steps families can take to protect themselves from the pandemic. One helpful chapter includes a list of 10 things people can do now to protect themselves. Most of these steps concern a healthy lifestyle, but some of them, such as which foods to stock, would be helpful in any kind of an emergency.

Bird flu has not yet struck the United States, but many experts think this disease will be a serious threat in the not-too-distant future. Some may scoff, but I think the author is ahead of her time. Her helpful advice really comes down to one thing: The government and the medical community will be overwhelmed by this pandemic, and we cannot count on them to protect us. We must be prepared to take care of ourselves.