(Hint: it's not the vax!)
The messages that have been spread lately about how to protect ourselves from sickness (eg. masks, distancing, vaccines) are all wrong. They are based on fear and have no real scientific backings. Here are true ways to promote health and help you stay free from those seasonal infections.
There is invaluable advice in this compilation of various doctors, nutritionists and health experts explaining how to strengthen your terrain (your body) and support our immune system - from lifestyle to diet and supplementation; and from the more obvious to the less well known factors.
Video link and alternative link.
In A Nutshell:
HOW TO SUPPORT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM:
- Sunlight exposure
- Sleep 7 to 9 hours
- Nutritious diet
- Moderate exercise
- Stress management
- Drink clean water
- Social support network
INCLUDE IN DIET:
- Quality meat/protein
- Good fats (butter, ghee, coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil)
- Unrefined salt (Celtic/Grey sea salt, Himalayan salt, Redmond salt)
- Bone broth
- Fermented foods (sauerkraut, kefir, yogurt, kimchi...)
- Raw honey
- Vitamin C (as sodium ascorbate)
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin A
- Magnesium (as glycinate or chloride)
- Zinc (as picolinate)
OTHER SUPPLEMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM:
- Cod Liver Oil (contains vitamins A and D)
- Bee pollen
- Mushrooms (Cordyceps, Reishi, Shitake, Maitake, Chaga, Lion's Mane...)
- Black seed oil (cold pressed)
- Echinacea (root)
- Olive leaf extract
- Oregano oil
- Colloidal silver
- Intermittent Fasting
- Forest/nature walks
- Wood essential oils diffusion (such as spruce, pine, cypress)
- Thieves essential oil for massage/diffusion (clove, lemon, cinnamon, eucalyptus, rosemary)
- Hydrogen peroxide (in ears or gargle)
ALSO HELPFUL (not in video):
Apple cider vinegar, DMSO, MSM, cannabinoids, moringa, Cayenne pepper, stinging nettle, goldenseal, licorice root, astragalus, artemisia, ozone therapy, chiropractic adjustments, IV vitamin C, Epsom salt baths, herb inhalation/bath (eg. thyme)...
"Your immune system is the cure."
* Disclaimer: This video and article are for general information purposes only. They do not constitute medical advice.