From eNewsletter 3/11/2020
DID YOU KNOW that the image above is of a16 year-old vaper? Normal lungs should have no white imaging except for the skeleton. Please show this to anyone you love with the hope this image prevents them from vaping!
COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) UPDATE: 3/11/2020
As expected, the number of Americans diagnosed with COVID-19 has increased. There are universal precautions one can take to protect yourself and your immune system. Older persons with one or more health conditions should pay special attention.
These recommendations are not just applicable for COVID-19, but for preventing other viruses linked to the common cold, influenza, the stomach flu, and more.
Do not touch your face. If you do touch your face, make sure it is with clean hands.
Avoid or severely limit sugar. This includes added sugar, sweets, sugary beverages, or any other sugary product that is not naturally occurring (i.e., fruit is fine). Sugar weakens the immune system more than any foodstuff.
Limit stress. If you are stressing yourself out about COVID-19, this will compound the daily stress you already incur. If you're doing everything you can to optimize your diet, taking your supplements, and adhering to optimal lifestyle choices, you're doing all you can. Don't let the media perpetuate your anxiety!
Supplement assistance - We have received an inordinate number of requests to recommend natural substances geared towards virus overload prevention. Let us be clear: there is no miracle pill. However, our long-time "go-to's" for assisting the immune system are monolaurin, a naturally derived coconut ester, zinc (oral dose along with either lozenge or liquid for the throat and sinus area), and vitamin C. Bef