Certainly, keeping yourself healthy and protected from all types of flu strains is a priority, now more than ever. Here are some suggestions:
• Vitamin D: Much has been written on the importance of adequate vitamin D for resisting viral infections. Have your blood tested for 25-OH-vitamin D. Your doctor can order it or you can order it yourself through sites such as http://www.DirectLabs.com and http://www.LabSafe.com Your vitamin D level should be at least 50 ng/ml. It is safe to take at least 2000 IU of vitamin D3 per day. With summer coming, you can get your dose of D naturally from sunshine.
• Vitamin C: Humans don’t store vitamin C and under stress, much more is required. Vitamin C is important for fighting viral infections. Take in at least 2000 mg/day for overall immune health.
• Vitamin A: This vitamin is one of the best supporters you can have in your cabinet. Mycel A drops given in juice are easy to take for children and adults of all ages. By taking 5,000 IU/day for 5 days is safe for everyone and will give your immune system a protective boost against all types of viral infections.
• Good hydration with alkaline water: If you don’t have access to an alkaline water machine, be sure to eat large amounts of alkalinizing, fresh vegetables and fruits such as broccoli, carrots, sprouts, avocados and berries. Here is a site with a great list.
• Sleep: Get at least 8.5 hours per night, every night. Sleep is often overlooked at the key to health. This is simple to do and best of all, it is free.
dave7000 wrote:On that last post, I should have made it clear I was talking about normal
flu symptoms yielding to the mighty Vitamin C from my own experience.
I have never had the swine flu.
But something that works that effectively should surely work on any other
strain of flu.
How can swine and other types of animals that produce their own vitamin C catch the flu in the first place?
Metathresh wrote:Interesting, I didn't know about Vitamin A's immune enhancing capabilities. I hope the swine flu doesn't turn into a pandemic-type infection. I don't have it (thank God), but I feel comfortable in knowing that if by some bad turn of luck, I somehow got infected, I could turn to the trusty Vitamin C (as well as A, D, Selenium, etc.).
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