In WW2 the U.S. Military scrambled to cure rampant foot fungus that kept soldiers off the battlefield for weeks at a time.
In Vietnam, they tried dangerous acids to kill the nasty fungus soldiers picked up in the jungle.
But harmful foot fungus may soon be defeated for good thanks to a nutrient the U.S. Military “borrowed” from farmers in Bangladesh.
It turns out, they discovered that these farmers were practically immune to any kind of foot fungus - even though they worked 12-14 hour days in damp, waterlogged fields where fungus normally thrives.
It’s all thanks to a single fungus fighting nutrient that they eat.
The best part is this same nutrient is available in the U.S.
It’s so powerful they say you don’t need to use it more than once per day (twice for extreme cases).
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