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MAKE YOURSELF GERM-PROOF.

- — : — «»- — What can man do Ho make himself germ-proof ? A great deal, says Wm. Lee Howard,.. M.D., in Munscy's Maga2ine. Th c human body is niothing but a -machine, and if bye products are cons f <antly eliminated, and the proper fuel used, it can work well for nearly a century. But what constitutes proper fuel? "A varied diet, together with aibundant water, which latter must be poured down the alimentary track by the pint in the morning before eating" is tho reply. This keeps the alimentary .track clean, and few disease germs can live in a healthy intcrestihal track. It is necessary, . as Dr. Howard insists, that the water used should -be quite pure. F<pr this reason the best morning drink is "Wai-Roingoa Natural Mineral Water. It's source is under the Maunga'oka Mountain, from which it emerges bubbling, sparkling, and absolutely pure. Besides being cool,dcai\rcfrcshing,Wai-Rongoa contains mineral properties which enable it better than ordinary water to clear the system effectively, to ciombat germs, and to stimulate the liver, kidneys, and stomach into more healthy action. Drink a glassful even-- morning and you'll keep your- . ioJt germ-prou*.

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MAKE YOURSELF GERM-PROOF., Grey River Argus, 4 December 1911

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MAKE YOURSELF GERM-PROOF. Grey River Argus, 4 December 1911

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