Coronavirus Prevention Measures

Saturday, 28 March 2020 09:45
Coronavirus Prevention Measures
  1. Hygiene
  2. Increase your immune system
  3. Lower your viral load


Hand washing, avoiding touching objects or people unnecessarily, etc.

Increase your immune system

The following supplements are antiviral/antibacterial:
Ester-C 500mg 2x/day
l-Lysine 500mg 2x/day
Zinc sulfate (liquid form is best) 25mg/day
Elderberry Syrup/Extract 1Tbs 2x/day

Drink 60oz’s of water every day

Lower your viral load

(a measurement of the amount of a virus in an organism, typically in the bloodstream, usually stated in virus particles per milliliter.)

Avoid eating eggs, dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt, butter, cream cheese etc.) and gluten (wheat, barley and rye)

Foods that Viruses Love

Eggs may be considered the perfect food in some circles, but in reality, they are the perfect food for viruses. They essentially incubate viruses, making them stronger and more aggressive. Stay away from eggs if you have a disease that is labeled as autoimmune, especially lupus and PCOS. Unknown to medical communities, eggs are disastrous for those who have ovarian issues. Eggs feed every single virus and bacteria that create conditions that are thought to be autoimmune diseases.

Even if you are eating cage-free, natural eggs, these still act as food for pathogens. Viruses look for egg material in the body to feed on. They feed on the natural hormones that are in eggs, which act as a steroid for the virus. It does not matter what kind of eggs you get because unfortunately all eggs feed viruses.

Many vaccines including the flu vaccine are manufactured using chicken eggs. Why is that? Viruses love the protein and hormones in eggs so much, that viruses will grow much faster using eggs rather than in a Petri dish

From CDC website:

Egg-Based Flu Vaccines
The most common way that flu vaccines are made is using an egg-based manufacturing process that has been used for more than 70 years.
There are several different manufacturers that use this production technology to make flu vaccines for use in the United States. This production method requires large numbers of chicken eggs to produce vaccine.

In a very similar way, all dairy products feed viruses. Some doctors are knowledgeable about the allergy concern of eating dairy, but we have to recognize that simply eliminating dairy is not enough. We need to understand why we are eliminating it. It’s critical to stop eating foods like dairy and eggs if you have any symptoms or a chronic illness so that they do not continue to feed the pathogens that are causing your symptoms.