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Fight Cold and Flu

The temperatures have dropped and 100,000’s of people fall victim
to the many strains of cold and flu viruses. Between our own family
members and contact with people in the work place, it is almost impossible to avoid exposure to those suffering from a cold or flu.
To avoid catching the cold or flu yourself, your best defense is a strong immune system!

Boost your Immune System with Revv Immune.

Time to join the thousands of people that use Revv Immune to
get them and their loved ones through the cold and flu season!

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Another reason to place your order TODAY…
Why are colds more likely in the Winter?

Influenza is a sinister beast, affecting approximately 10% of the US population every year.
This virus tends to start with a sudden onset of fever between 100-104 degrees Fahrenheit.
It then progresses into chills, headache, muscle aches and a loss of appetite. The flu can also
lead to more serious conditions like bronchitis and pneumonia. Those whose immune systems might be compromised, like the elderly or chronically ill, are at risk of death. Approximately 20,000 people a year die from the flu, so maybe mom was right, ‘You will catch your death! There are several contributing factors to why cold temperatures increase influenza infection rates,
all of which seem to be well known and promoted by health officials in numerous publications.
The answer lies in how the influenza virus reacts to temperature and humidity. The virus is extremely stable in colder temperatures, 41 degrees F optimally. The warmer you go, the less stable it becomes. At around 86 degrees F, the virus isn’t transmitted at all. It has also been found that you can transmit the virus for a full two days longer at 41 degrees F than at a room temperature of 68 degrees F. The conclusion was that a person’s respiratory tract is colder and therefore, the virus can be more stable inside your mucus membranes.

Yours for “Fighting your Colds & Flu”,

Carl J. Weinfurtner II
Revv Worldwide Associate Member

Cell # (402) 516-5383

E-mail: gateway2success2001@yahoo.com