Flu Update

Flu activity thus far this season has not come close to last year’s epidemic influenza levels. While we thankfully will not have a repeat of last year, the flu season is still going strong.



Where are we at this point?

1. Thirty-six U.S. states are experiencing widespread flu activity.

2. Hospitalizations and outpatient visits from influenza continue to increase, particularly among children 0-4 years and adults over age 65.

3.  H1N1 is the prevailing strain throughout the country, expect in the southeast where H3N2 is dominant.

4. The CDC has noted a genetic shift in the H3N2 and Influenza B/Victoria strains which may pose further problems later in the season.

These signs indicate that there still is a ways to go in the 2018-2019 flu season.  So stay vigilant with your flu regimen throughout the remainder of the winter months.


“I give Triple Flu Defense to my kids and husband and take myself.  As soon as I started feeling sick I started taking it 3 times a day as recommended and never got any worse. Body aches lasted 2 days and I recovered very quickly!”                                         —Rachelle,  12/29/18


Current Flu Activity



Influenza cases continue to spread across the U.S. with 30 states reporting widespread flu activity.  HiN1 virus remains the most prevalent strain except in the southeastern states where H3N2 is dominant.  Extensive genetic shift has been noted by the CDC in the H3N2 strain and Influenza B/Victoria which may pose further problems as the flu season progresses.

Flu Symptom Alert

Influenza is spreading rapidly nationwide as we head into peak flu season. Twenty-four states, more than double from last week, are now reporting widespread flu activity with others to follow. H1N1 is the predominant strain, however, H3N2 is dominant in the southeastern states. As always, there are many strains circulating at the same time causing an array of symptoms.


What flu symptoms are most prevalent at this time? Early signs of the flu are body aches, followed by fever, headache, loss of appetite and severe fatigue. Some cases include cough, sore throat, ear pressure/pain, and stomach discomfort, diarrhea and vomiting.

Influenza is most contagious 3 to 4 days after a person feels sick, however, it can be infectious from one day before to a week afterward. This is the time to be vigilant with your flu regimen. If you have been exposed, we are recommending daily doses of Triple Flu Defense for 4 days afterward. Triple Flu Defense 2018-2019 is formulated for stomach and respiratory flu symptoms.


“I have been using Triple Flu Defense for 10 years.
It has been a wonderful product.”
— Nancy, Texas


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