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The Secret to a Longer, Healthier, Happy Life is a Strong Immune System!


How can I improve my health and lifestyle beyond diet and exercise?

Imagine all your worries about what your health quality of life will be in like retirement melting away!

At the age of 39, I shamefully looked back on years of over-eating and under-exercising. Years of putting my health second to my desires to enjoy the "simple pleasures" of life.

Now with a wonderful wife and two young children I wanted to do all I could so that my future will not be a sad illness filled decline or even an early departure.

I want to be there for my kids as they grow up. With my wife I want to have an active fun filled "retirement". Not to become some burden to them if my health fails.

I had made many attempts to get the exercise bike going, bicycling, running, diets and juicers, but always failed to keep it up for more than a few months, until now.

What made the difference?

Prayer? Cancer scare? No but they too can help. What really made a difference was the discovery that boosting my immune system can make me feel so good, so strong, and so full of energy that I really can enjoy exercise and a healthy diet as a "blissful reward" rather than a "necessary evil" to get healthy.

(More info on how to boost your immune system at http://immunotec.com/kevintaylor)

Why? The simple truth is when you diet and or start to exercise you feel worse at first and not better.

Unhealthy popular diets often rob you of the nutrients your body needs and are only short term fixes that, even if you stick with, don't last (studies show most gain back any lost weight or gain back even more!).

Exercise and a real, permanent, healthy diet take a longer time to show noticeable results. For most this delay in seeing the benefit is longer than they can support before they lose the will and interest. You use the first event or crisis as an excuse to delay exercise or stop your diet. Sadly you never get back "on the wagon".

What if you felt better, stronger, and more vital within weeks rather than months? This motivating early impact for me was tremendous. It just blew me away.

When I started to use a whey product to boost my immune system my body responded. With that extra energy I was able to exercise more often without soreness and stick to eating healthier foods (not dieting) longer because I felt great!

(More info on how this natural food product works at http://immunotec.com/kevintaylor)

Of course with a stronger immune system you feel healthier. I still get the odd cold or flu but with less severity and for a much shorter time. I have been fortunate not have any serious or chronic illness previously and that has not changed, my main interest in boosting my immune system is prevention.

Some friends and neighbors have also tried this immune boosting product and have been just as thrilled with the results. This is why I am writing this message online - to share with others a great discovery that has changed my life and future lifestyle!

Kevin Taylor is a freelance writer/webmaster living in Toronto, Canada. You can get more information from Kevin at http://immunotec.com/kevintaylor


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