Most of us are struggling and quite concerned right now about the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. So many of you may be wondering what am I advising my patients. I do recommend mostly a lot of natural agents to keep us well and healthy to prevent disease in the first place. So I’m going to talk to you for a couple of minutes about what I’m recommending for my patients to keep us healthy.
Unfortunately many of us may be asymptomatic who are harboring this this virus and are wondering what we can do to protect others and ourselves from getting the symptomatic infection. So here is what I am recommending:
First, vitamin C anywhere from 4000 to 6000 milligrams per day which is 4-6 grams per day.
I am recommending vitamins A 10,000 units per day, and vitamin D anywhere from 5000 to 10,000 units per day.
I do recommend some of the zinc which is a trace mineral that helps immune system help support the lymphocytes in the natural killer cells the body usually about 30 milligrams per day.
I’m recommending N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) a supplement form of cysteine which helps with prevention of lung conditions and lung infections usually this comes in either 500 or 600 milligrams per pill and usually I am recommending two of these per day.
In addition I like the herb called berberine which is also known as goldenseal that helps support the immune system as well.
So my top tier of nutrients include once again vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin D, zinc, N-acetyl cysteine, and berberine. This should be all taken with food with a big glass of water.
There is no guarantee that this is going to protect 100% of us, however, I do think it will help the mass majority things start on it right away before they get the infection and if they do it help reduce the symptoms that they may otherwise experience so that’s it for today good luck be well be safe and of course wash your hands social distance and use the other sensible recommendation, get proper sleep and of course plenty of hydration.
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