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Are you at risk for Shingles?

16 May

While your doctor is the only person who can truly determine your risk for Shingles, a quick Risk Assessment will give you some idea.

Anyone who has had chickenpox is at risk for Shingles. 98% of adults in the U.S. have had chickenpox, and because you may be one of them, you’re at risk, too. That’s because the virus that causes chickenpox never leaves your body. It can resurface even years later as Shingles. And it’s hard to predict when it will occur, or how mild or severe your case might be.

A person’s risk of getting Shingles increases as they get older. This is because the immune system weakens with age, making it easier for Shingles to break through the body’s defenses. The biggest increase in Shingles cases happens after 50.

If the immune system weakens with age, wouldn’t it make sense to increase the immune system in order to increase the defenses of our body?  We can do just that by taking a product called RVB300 (Beta 1,3-D Glucan and Resveratrol, 60 Capsules per bottle) by Restart Your Life of Lexington, S.C.  This product will help to maintain and support a healthy immune response.  Normal dosage is 1 capsule daily per 110 lbs of body weight, taken on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes before eating any solid food.

RVB300 has been shown in all studies to be the highest form of immune support on the market today.  Visit our web site at www.restartyl.com to learn more.  You may become one of our Independent Marketing Directors or just purchase the product while on the site or if you prefer you may purchase direct from me by calling 1-318-277-2155 or by sending an email to restartyourlife1033@gmail.com.

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