Immunity is a powerful thing. Especially when you are getting together with family this time of year.
Last year, most of us were isolating from our families to prevent the spread, or fear of a spread, of the Rona. No matter what your opinions may be, set them aside and learn all that you can about this on-going situation.
We’ve all come a long way down the pandemic road, and no matter what you may hear on mainstream media, research herd immunity, therapeutics, and natural antibodies so that you can relax and enjoy getting together with friends and family this year for holiday celebrations, whether vaxed or not.
If you want the science to set your mind free of worry, please listen to Dr. Peter McCullough. I have heard his lectures and podcasts about COVID for months, but his latest interview with Joe Rogan was incredible. This is a link to the audio, but you can go to Spotify for the video interview.
Make sure to listen to the entire interview – it gets even better as it goes on.
No matter what you think about Joe Rogan, he asked some of the best questions I’ve ever heard asked concerning COVID – maybe that’s because he came down with COVID himself, and he cured it in 3-days using Dr. McCullough’s protocols.
The interview is 3-hours long, but after you listen to the full interview, you’ll be very well informed about ways to avoid COVID, heal from the virus, and build your immune system so that you never get any of the other strains that will be coming.
We all exist today because of herd immunity.
Herd immunity reduces the likelihood of catching a specific infectious disease because most of the other people around you are already immune to it.
Herd immunity works primarily due to natural immunity, to vaccines or medications, or because you were already previously exposed. Think chicken-pox.
This provides some protection for the people who are not immune, and this typically results in a degree of protection when the larger percentage of the population has already become immune.
Vaccines can be life-saving, no doubt, but they are not always a silver bullet that exonerates YOUR ability to keep your immune system healthy.
No wonder herd immunity is also called herd protection.
When a new strain of infection appears, you need time to develop immunity. This means that if you are healthy with no pre-existing conditions, you can carefully stay in the herd to begin developing immunity. Isolating from the herd only makes your chances of getting ill greater, and for a longer period of time.
When an infection is within your environment, I recommend boosting your immune system by:
- supplementing with essential nutrients
- getting plenty of rest
- drinking ample water
- getting vitamin D from 20 minutes of daily sunshine
- eating a healthy diet
- avoiding dirty big cities and over-packed crowds
- remaining positive, diligent, and smart; don’t overreact
- staying out of fear.
There are special nutrients that you can take when avoiding an infection (especially a cold or flu virus), such as Alpha CF, extra ascorbic acid, zinc, or selenium.
Get a hair analysis before you start taking extra nutrients that you typically don’t take, such as zinc. Once you know exactly what your nutrient levels are, you can supplement with exactly what you need to support an optimal immune system.
Enjoy your herd. Being together is important to everyone’s health.
Isolation is recommended for those with unique and special needs, but if you’re healthy, stay with the herd.
Opposite to what we are being told, history shows there’s protection in numbers. You’ll discover that many amazing doctors, like Peter McCullough, agree.
You’ll be happier and healthier these holidays if you stay well-informed.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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