From eNewsletter 3/15/2021
DID YOU KNOW that for young people, vaping marijuana creates even worse respiratory symptoms than vaping e-cigarettes or smoking cigarettes, according to a new study in Journal of Adolescent Health? Lest anyone think that vaping marijuana is any better for young people, it is not. Young people should not be vaping anything!
Make Your Voice Heard A house resolution (H. Res. 116) has been introduced by Wisconsin Representative Glenn Grothman to recognize the significant role of vitamin D for immune health. Make your voice heard by contacting your House Rep with this simple digital voter voice message. We've been waiting a long time for this. Let them hear you!
Single Edition Newsletters Now Available! Today's edition includes 8 segments that are not available in our free version:
Well Connect Feature: Allergy & Asthma Update
Did You Know? Supplements: Niacinamide Follow-up
Menu Savvy: Maintaining Muscle Mass as we Age
Brand Buzz: Avocado Salsa; Quinoa Granola
Intelligently Active: Intermittent Fasting: Effect on Exercise, Athletic Performance
Mental Minute: Positive Treatment for Intractable Depression
Wild Card: New, Yet Ancient Therapies for Concussion
eInspire: Quote from Heterophiles
Our COVID-19 Vaccine Opinion This document was updated March 15th.
COVID-19 Condition Monograph For those interested in conventional and integrative treatments for COVID-19 with over 250 references, this is our COVID-19 Condition Monograph.
Post-COVID Syndrome (PCS) If you, or someone you know, has PCS, we provide individualized consultation or our Post-COVID Syndrome Action Plan.
Virus Prevention And Treatment Even with a vaccine, SARS-CoV-2 will be endemic. We also need help fighting the other endemic viruses: influenza (flu), norovirus (stomach flu), adenovirus (common cold), and four other coronaviruses (common cold). Prevent and Fight Coronavirus 2.0 Protocol.
Warning: Counterfeit Products Online On the internet, especially at Amazon, there is an epidemic of counterfeit products, especially dietary supplements. Here is our reporting on the issue.
DO YOU GET FOOD HANGOVERS?
Steve and Bonnie: A food hangover happens when you:
Eat more than you normally would;
Eat foods you usually wouldn't eat or are intolerant/allergic to;
Eat after 7PM at night.
Physical symptoms of a food hangover include digestive discomfort, such as bloating, heartburn, abdominal pain, cramping, gas and constipation, as well as fatigue, low energy and sluggishness. The worst is one of these symptoms when you wake up in the morning.
Food hangovers are an issue because most Americans eat after 7PM and don't allow at least three hours between finishing their meal and going to bed, which is necessary to assure adequate digestion.
If you get food hangovers, don't shame yourself, starve yourself, try insane cleanses, insanely exercise, or feel defeated. Instead, forgive yourself, meditate or do visual imagery for making positive choices, exercise intelligently, and put back into practice all the knowledge we gave you!
First step is to end your meals at or before 7PM as much as possible. Once you accomplish this, you can then implement everything else.
ALLERGY & ASTHMA UPDATE
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