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Updated: Feb 2

Almost everyone is infected with a latent virus, and they are slowing causing your organs to fail.

A recent study was published in the. peer-reviewed medical journal Antiviral Therapy.

This study found that 80-90% of people are currently infected with a latent virus. If you’re healthy, these are probably going unnoticed. Maybe, every once in a while, you get a cold sore, courtesy of a herpes simplex infection. Or maybe you had chicken pox, and one day you might have shingles, because the varicella zoster virus still lurks inside of you.

More than a dozen of these latent viruses infects humans, and researchers have been trying to understand them for a long time. Many of us are infected as kids, and our young immune systems let them in, where they stay for our entire lives.

These viruses, which include herpesviruses, papillomaviruses and a few others, are built to hang around indefinitely. Held in check by the immune system, they lie dormant for decades, and only sometimes do they cause health issues or serious illnesses.

What is a virus?

A virus is a small collection of genetic code, either DNA or RNA, surrounded by a protein coat. A virus cannot replicate alone. Viruses must infect cells and use components of the host cell to make copies of themselves. Often, they kill the host cell in the process and cause damage to the host organism.

Because viruses don’t have the same components as bacteria, they cannot be killed by antibiotics; only antiviral medications or vaccines can eliminate or reduce the severity of viral diseases, including AIDS, COVID-19, measles and smallpox.

Scientists already knew that some viruses, like HPV, could have serious effects years or decades later. A 1991 article in Science estimated that 15% of cancers worldwide could be linked to prior viral infections. But other latent viruses seemed pretty harmless – or so some scientists have thought.

New research suggests that latent viruses might play a much bigger role in human health. Some of these stealthy viruses have been evolving alongside us as long as humans have been around. Now, scientists are gaining new insights into how some of them are hijacking our cells, wearing down our defenses, and even contributing to perplexing diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS) that crop up later in life.

These viruses include Cytomegalovirus, Eptein-Barr, HPV, HSV, and others. Hiding silently, but causing your organs to fail

Is there a treatment against latent viruses?

The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD) clinically tested two antiviral treatments: Gene-Eden-VIR and Novirin. These tests showed that the two natural treatments are effective against several viruses, including HPV, HSV, CMV, and EBV. The results of the clinical tests were published in important peer-reviewed journals.

Gene-Eden-VIR/Novirin is a natural, broad-spectrum, antiviral treatment. The formula includes 5 ingredients: a 100 mg extract of quercetin, a 150 mg extract of green tea, a 50 mg extract of cinnamon, a 25 mg extract of licorice, and 100 µg of selenium. Clinical studies showed that Gene-Eden-VIR/Novirin is a safe and effective treatment against several viruses, including the human papillomavirus (HPV), herpes simplex virus (HSV), Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV).

These ingredients can be purchased individually, or you can find them on the company's website

Be sure to check with your doctor before taking these supplements. However, the evidence is quite compelling regarding the efficacy against the aforementioned viruses.

I highly encourage you to do your own research! You can start by reading the published articles below.

Yours in health,

Dr. Peters "The Fitness Doctor"




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