- Everything you eat has the potential to promote health or disease. Decrease likelihood of metabolic syndrome (aka insulin resistance) by reducing carb load. Intermittent fasting can promote metabolic and immune health for those who can safely tolerate it. Eliminate other inflammatory foods such as sugar, gluten, processed foods, preservatives, added colors, etc. and replace with nutrient dense, organic, fresh, local foods.
- Quercetin works as a zinc ionophore (similar to HCQ) allowing the entrance of zinc into the cell. It also has abundant anti-inflammatory and immune modulating effects that fight illness. We recommend 400 mg twice daily with zinc as prevention, increased to three times daily along with zinc when actively ill.
- Vitamin C taken throughout the day. We recommend taking at least 1,500mg every day and even more when you are under attack from a virus or infection.
- We usually try to take about 6,000mg per day (or until bowel tolerance) if we are actively sick or around others who are sick. Try to look for a quality, non-GMO, buffered form of Vitamin C. For even higher doses and more efficacy, consider a high dose Vitamin C IV (intravenous) drip. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33638944/
- Also, see attached Rapid Virus Recovery PDF attached (page 152)
- Increase sleep. Turn off your electronics at least an hour before bed. Sleep in a cool, dark, quiet room. If you have trouble sleeping, try magnesium, melatonin, deep breathing, exercise early in the day, prayer.
- Avoid toxic food, people, and environments.
- Increase water intake and take NAC to boost Glutathione levels.
*Always discuss any changes in diet or supplementation with primary care provider before implementing. This information does not replace the benefits of one-on-one care with a provider who provides personalized care.
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