The Flu is Not A Season!

On February 12, 2014 by Physical Culturist

The flu is an inability to ADAPT due to decreased sun exposure, water intake combined with increased sugar intake and stress. Create Resistance. Create Health!

The flu is an inability to ADAPT due to decreased sun exposure, water intake combined with increased sugar intake and stress. Create Resistance. Create Health!

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