The journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) released a paper last week analyzing data from the Chinese equivalent to the CDC of over 72,314 corona-virus cases.
The figure as of February 11, 2020 is the largest sample in a study of this kind.
The observations that were reviewed noted a surprising trend: The fatalities occurred most often in elderly men with pre-existing cardiovascular disease, diabetes or cancer. As expected, smokers didn’t fare well either.
That is not to say that this isn’t a serious illness, but the virus itself, although highly contagious, is not inherently highly lethal.
nd washing, staying away from those with weakened immune systems when you are sick, and getting adequate rest and exercise is good advice.
But what should be the role of the health care professional is to provide time-tested, practical, and cost-effective recommendations that address the integrity of immune system and supports the patient’s nutritional needs.
Dr. Royal Lee emphasized the importance of calcium to the immune response. He also showed how white sugar and other refined carbohydrates interfered with vitamin B complex, vitamin E complex and calcium metabolism. So, it makes sense to incorporate nutrient-rich, unprocessed foods to build a strong resistance to corona-virus and other viruses.
Dr. Page’s Fundamental Food Plan emphasizes colorful vegetables, unprocessed oil/fat sources and highly bio-available proteins. That’s what the body needs for a strong immune system.
Then we need to create an immune response that is effective and efficient. An imbalanced immune response (or an excessive immune response) leads to prolonged and excessive symptoms and potential collateral damage OR a persistent immune response, such as an autoimmunity experienced during the peak infection. Immediate considerations: IMMUPLEX, THYMEX, COD LIVER OIL RICH IN VITAMIN A AND D.
Early intervention can start with: CONGAPLEX, ECHINACEA PREMIUM AND HERBAL FORMULAS TARGETED AT THE RESPIRATORY TRACT.
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