Bird Flu
        and You

                                                   How To Prevent Bird Flu - Protection The Natural Healthy Way

This is just one of the many informative and insightful articles that you can read here. The resources available here have been created and written by the top experts in their respective fields. Browse through the many topics available in the website and enrich your mind with some valuable knowledge.

How To Prevent Bird Flu - Protection The Natural Healthy Way

Andrew Cavanagh

If you liked what you've read so far, you'll love the rest. Now you too can access the resources created by top experts.

With health authorities predicting a major bird flu pandemic I've been flooded with this basic question how to prevent bird flu.

I'm a prominent Australian health writer and for me this is not a light question.

The right answers in the hands of the right people could save thousands even millions of lives if avian influenza does mutate to become a virus spread from human to human.

The right answers could even save the life of someone close to you.

This article reveals the three simplest natural, healthy strategies to bird flu protection.

Leading advanced hygiene pioneer Dr Kenneth Seaton invested over 15 years developing practical strategies to help ordinary people avoid respiratory viruses like avian influenza, other ordinary strains of influenza and even the common cold...

Seaton knew 95% of viruses like the bird flu enter our bodies from contact between our fingernails and the mucous membranes of our eyes and nose.

Your fingernails harbor viruses and all you have to do is get virus droplets on your hands then touch your face and the cycle of virus transmission is complete.

These are three basic recommendations for avoiding the bird flu and other respiratory viruses based on Seaton's extensive research...

1. Don't touch your face with your hands. If you don't touch your face with your fingernails you should stop the virus entering your body through the mucous membranes of your eyes or nose.

2. Wash and dry your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water every time you go to the toilet and any time you handle live birds, raw poultry or uncooked eggs.

3. Regularly perform warm facial dips to inactivate virus cells and wash them out of your nasal passageways.

Washing your hands is more complex than it might seem on the surface.

You need to use the right kinds of soap and if you can't use soap there's only one alternative that's proven by the USA Centers Of Disease Control to be effective and it's NOT an antibacterial solution.

Also most people have never even heard of a facial dip, let alone performed one.

These key therapies to effective hygiene are easy to learn and step by step details are included in the free report How To Prevent Bird Flu The Natural Healthy Way.

You can also sign up for a FREE email course on how to prevent bird flu, the common cold, influenza and so much more at

Andrew Cavanagh is a professional health writer and a member of the Australasian Medical Writers Association. You can download his FREE report How To Prevent Bird Flu - The Natural Healthy Way at

Many readers have said that this article has changed their lives. We hope that it has changed yours, too. Our experts have put a lot of work into putting this information together, and wed be happy to hear how it has helped you. Feel free to contact us and share your success story!