Immune Defence – Natural supplement

Immune Defence is a 100% natural supplement in the form of lozenges that helps the immune system fight against infection. Its unique combination of ingredients that contain Zinc, Rosehip, and Acerola, helps soothe the throat when fighting off a cold, feeling a bit groggy, or in the middle of something stressful.

This immune system booster that dissolves in the mouth and bathes the back of the throat in Zinc ions, also comes with all the benefits of vitamin C and selenium supplements to help alleviate common cold symptoms.


There’s a growing public interest in reinforcing their immune system easily and naturally. Immune Defence gives you the opportunity to target a broad audience from young families to middle age adults with this high-quality product backed by a 100-day money-back guarantee.


American author, Warren Adler

Warren Adler born December 16, 1927, and passed away April 15, 2019; he was an American author, playwright and poet.

Warren’s novel, The War of the Roses was, turned into a dark comedy starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito.

An essayist, short-story writer, poet and playwright, Adler’s works have been, translated into 25 languages.

Warren most recent and most favourite work is Last Call, a sunset love story between two 80-year-old people.

Warren Adler died due to gastrointestinal cancer in his Manhattan apartment.

Arie Irawan, Malaysian golfer Dead

Arie Irawan Ahmad Fauzi was born on August 21, 1990, and died on April 7, 2019. He was a Malaysian professional golfer who played on the Asian Tour, the Asian Development Tour and the PGA Tour China.

He won two events on the Asian Development Tour in early 2015.


Arie turned professional in April 2013. For the 2014 season, he played on the Asian Development Tour and earned his tour card for the 2015 Asian Tour after a 6th-place finish on the Asian Development Tour’s Order of Merit.

Another player within the top five also placed within the top 60 on the Asian Tour Order of Merit, allowing Arie to earn his Tour card.

In January 2015, Arie won his first Official World Golf Ranking points event at the PGM Sime Darby Harvard Championship on the Asian Development Tour, becoming the highest ranked Malaysian golfer in the world rankings.

In April 2015, Arie won his second Asian Development Tour event, the ICTSI Eagle Ridge Invitational, in the Philippines, a result that lifted him into the top 300 in the world rankings.

Arie was 7th in the 2015 Asian Development Tour Order of Merit.

Arie was involved in a moped accident in early 2016 and missed much of the season. In 2018 and 2019, Arie also played on the PGA Tour China.

After his successes in early 2015, his best finishes in world ranking events were to be twice tied for fourth place, in the 2018 PGM Johor Championship on the Asian Development Tour and in the 2018 Guilin Championship on the PGA Tour China.

In addition to his two Asian Development tour wins, Arie won two tournaments on the domestic Professional Golf of Malaysia Tour, winning the season-ending PGM Maybank Players Championship in 2014 and 2017.

On April 7, 2019, Arie Irawan Ahmad Fauzi was found dead at his hotel in Sanya, China.

Desmond Dudwa Phiri

Desmond Dudwa Phiri died on March 24, 2019, He was a Malawian author, economist, historian, and playwright.

Desmond was born in Mzimba, Malawi, and was the Principal and proprietor of the Aggrey Memorial School in Blantyre.

He also published 17 books in the fields of history, sociology and economics and was recognized by the Pan-African Writers’ Association (PAWA) as one of the top 23 authors in Africa in 2011.

Desmond Phiri was born in Mzimba, Malawi. Desmond went to Blantyre Secondary School and Livingstonia and London.

He later moved to England and studied Economics, History, and Sociology at the London School of Economics (part of the University of London).

Desmond was accorded with an honorary doctorate by the University of Malawi.
He also worked as a diplomat in the foreign service and retired from the civil service in 1976.

Desmond was the Principal and Proprietor of Aggrey Memorial School. He was a columnist for The Nation newspaper.

He was a regular columnist in The Nation newspaper.
He died on 24 March 2019 at Mwaiwathu Private Hospital in Blantyre

Frans Andriessen

Franciscus Henricus Johannes Joseph Andriessen was conceived on April 21929 22 March 2019.

He was a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) and jurist.

In 1967, Franciscus was first elected to the House of Representatives for the Katholieke Volkspartij (KVP).

From 1971 to 1977, Franciscus was leader of the KVP.

In 1977, the KVP merged with two protestant parties to form the Christen-Democratisch Appel (CDA).

For the CDA, Franciscus served as Minister of Finance (1977 to 1980) and European Commissioner for Competition (1981 to 1985), Agriculture (1985 to 1989), and External Relations and Trade (1989 to 1993).

He is one of the few politicians to serve three consecutive terms as an EU Commissioner.

Franciscus Andriessen kick the bucket on March 22, 2019.

Channabasappa S Shivalli

Channabasappa S Shivalli passed away on March 22, 2019 due to a heart attack.

Channabasappa Sathyappa Shivalli was an Indian Politician and a member of the Indian National Congress from the state of Karnataka.

He was the Minister in-charge of Municipal administration.

C. S. Shivalli Died at the age of 58.

Pyotr Zaychenko, Russian film and theatre actor

Pyotr Zaychenko born on the 1 April 1943 died on the 21 March 2019 He was a Soviet-born Russian film and theatre actor.
Pyotr fame in cinema allowed him to play the role of Sergeant Ivan Pukhov in film Planet Parade by Vadim Abdrashitov 1984.
The actor later starred in two more films of this director (Plumbum, The Dangerous Game and Armavir).

Pyotr starred in the role of Shlykov in the film Taxi Blues In 1990, by Pavel Lungin.

He was a Director of the Volgograd branch of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation.


Desmond Ford

Australian evangelical theologian, Desmond Ford was born in Townsville, Queensland, Australia on February 2, 1929, to Wilfred Ford and Lillian Simpson, he passed away on march 11, 2019. He had one brother, Val, who was three and a half years older.

The Ford lineage consisted of farmers and cattlemen of English and Australian descent. The Simpson lineage derived from England, Ireland and China.

His parents were nominal Anglican Christians, with his father almost an atheist in practice, and his mother presenting “a religious façade.” Wilfred encouraged his son to read, beginning a lifelong obsession for the “unusually gifted” boy.desmond

When Lillian was pregnant with Desmond, an Adventist book salesman shared insights on nutrition with the family, sparking a chain of events affecting Desmond’s life.

At an Adventist camp meeting in 1939 Desmond was given a Bible, which he would complete 3 years later, around the time he finished primary school.

However, his parents divorced when he was nine; Wilfred moved to Canberra, and Lillian and the boys later moved to Sydney, New South Wales (NSW).

He passed his Intermediate Certificate in 1943. However, due to the family’s poverty and Australia’s involvement in World War II, Desmond had to drop out of school.

He became officially employed with Associated Newspapers at the age of 15, although he had started working there months earlier, and was promoted from copy boy to an editorial position, because of his published work.

Meanwhile, he took night classes for high school. All along, Desmond was being influenced by encounters with Adventists and other Christians, and steadily collected books on Christian theology, and the creation-evolution controversy.

He was challenged by the strict lifestyle standards presented in Ellen G. White’s Messages to Young People, and gave up the cinema and reading fiction. Reading novels had been his main childhood hobby, and became replaced with reading theology.

White’s book The Great Controversy was a key influence on his conversion. In winter 1946 he publicly responded to a call for commitment to God’s service. Ford was impressed by the Christian character of many of the Adventists who had nurtured him. In September he was officially baptised into the church.

This was despite strong opposition from his brother; and his mother was also originally resistant to his conversion, having become disenchanted with the Adventist church herself.

He resigned from his job, and returned briefly to Townsville with his family. He then left in 1947 for the Australasian Missionary College (nicknamed “Avondale”, and later known as Avondale College) in the Lake Macquarie region of NSW, to train for the ministry.

How To Make Cerasee Tea

It’s really easy to learn  how to make cerasee tea. It’s a plant native to Jamaica, and all you have to do is boil the leaves and it creates a tea, which you simply strain and drink. PhenGold

Cerasee -plajjbkjhntCerasee is rich in antioxidants, iron and vitamins. So on the surface it sounds good, and it’s this link to nutrients and detoxification which has linked it up with people trying to use cerasee tea to pass a drug test.

But what’s the deal, is any evidence that drinking cerasee tea will get you through a drug test?

Indonesian actress, Saphira Indah, Died From lung infection

crtertert564erertertaptweterterureSaphira Indah Julianti was born on July 26, 1986 and passed away on January 30, 2019.

She was an Indonesian actress.

In 2003, Julianti started her career in the Indonesian film industry with the film Eiffel… I’m in Love.

Saphira Indah Julianti died on January 30, 2019 at the age of 32, from a lung infection.

The actress was 6 months pregnant.