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Sage Advice From WHO | IV Vitamin C for COVID-19

From eNewsletter 3/30/2020

DID YOU KNOW that ER doctors working on the front lines in New York City hospitals have called upon integrative doctors and health professionals for assistance because the medical treatments you are hearing about on the news are not working as well as hoped?


At least one hospital (see article in blog briefs) stated on record that they are giving any serious COVID-19 cases high dose intravenous vitamin C. They have seen much better outcomes in these patients. Chinese doctors also stated as much during the height of their epidemic.


The NYC doctors are also starting to incorporate intravenous glutathione (when available) and zinc supplementation. Stay tuned to see how these patients fare.


If God forbid you have to go to the hospital with a serious case of COVID-19, ask them to give you intravenous vitamin C immediately.

PREVENT AND FIGHT: CORONAVIRUS SPECIAL ISSUE If you missed our newsletter last Wednesday, you won't want to miss the information at this link.


WHO DIRECTOR GENERAL IS ON BOARD

Bonnie and Steve: On March 20th, the World Heath Organization Director General's briefing offered some sage advice about how to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, you did not hear any of this advice from our government or our media. We will do it for you. This is a direct quote from Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus:

"During this difficult time, it's important to continue looking after your physical and mental health. This will not only help you in the long-term, it will also help you fight COVID-19 if you get it. First, eat a health and nutritious diet, which helps your immune system to function properly.  Second, limit your alcohol consumption, and avoid sugary drinks. Third, don't smoke. Smoking can increase your risk of developing severe disease if you become infected with COVID-19. Fourth, exercise. WHO recommends 30 minutes of physical activity a say for adults, and one hour a day for children.  If your local or nati