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How your blood type could influence your risk of getting COVID-19

Some people are more at risk of getting COVID-19…

More men seem to get the virus than women. People between 30 and 79 years old seem to get the virus more than people in their 20s. And people in their 20s get it more than teens and children.

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New York Hospitals Utilizing Vitamin C

Pulmonologist and critical care specialists Dr. Andrew G. Weber, who is affiliated with two Northwell Health facilities on Long Island, is reporting that his COVID-19 intensive care patients are immediately receiving 1,500 mgs of vitamin C intravenously and are re-administered the exact amounts 3-4 times per day. 

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The thyroid connection to chronic fatigue

There’s tired… and then there’s the kind of fatigue that makes you feel like just getting up from your bed is an impossible task.

Imagine feeling like that every day.

One of my closest friends suffers from the debilitating exhaustion brought on by chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Published Research and Articles on Intravenous Vitamin C as a Consideration for Pneumonia, Lung Infections, and the Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19)

In 1936 Gander and Niederberger found that vitamin C lowered fever and reduced pain in pneumonia patients. Also in 1936, Hochwald independently reported similar results. In 1946 Slotkin further reported that “Vitamin C has been used routinely by the general surgeons in the Millard Fillmore Hospital,

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Probiotics: Top Benefits, Foods and Supplements

Whether you’re looking to help your immune function, decrease disease risk or simply improve your overall health, probiotics can make a worthy addition to your daily routine.

Not only that, but some people — including billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates — even believe that probiotics could hold the key to ending malnutrition across the globe someday.

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High-dose Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment for COVID-19

The evidence about COVID-19 pneumonia and well-established knowledge about related conditions suggests it is caused by the hyperactivation of immune effector cells. High-dose vitamin C may suppress these immune system effectors. As intravenous high-dose vitamin C treatment is known to be safe, this suggests that intravenous high-dose vitamin C may be the treatment of choice in the early stages of COVID-19.

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The Facts on Black Elderberry and COVID-19

Recently, concerns have been raised that Elderberry can potentially stimulate what is commonly called a cytokine storm or cytokine release syndrome (CRS). CRS was considered a major source of fatalities during the SARS epidemic, and some are reporting that we may see similar outcomes with COVID-19. 

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How to unlock vitamin C’s cancer-fighting potential

There’s a lot of controversy over what vitamin C can do for your health…

Some say it can help you fend off a cold. Others say it can’t. Some say it helps you overcome cancer. Others say it can’t. But it turns out, in both cases, there is one factor that majorly influences whether vitamin C works or not…

The dosage.

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Successful High-Dose Vitamin C Treatment of Patients with Serious and Critical COVID-19 Infection

by Richard Cheng, MD, PhD

A group of medical doctors, healthcare providers and scientists met online March 17, 2020, to discuss the use of high dose intravenous vitamin C (IVC) in the treatment of moderate to severe cases of Covid-19 patients. The key guest was Dr. Enqian Mao, chief of emergency medicine department at Ruijin Hospital,

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Shanghai Government Officially Recommends Vitamin C for COVID-19

The government of Shanghai, China has announced its official recommendation that COVID-19 should be treated with high amounts of intravenous vitamin C. (1) Dosage recommendations vary with severity of illness, from 50 to 200 milligrams per kilogram body weight per day to as much as 200 mg/kg/day.

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The drink that exercises fat from your liver

Obesity and type 2 diabetes are on the rise. And both of these conditions are risk factors for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition that is forecast to affect more than 100 million people by the year 2030.

This is bad news since your liver is arguably the hardest-working organ in your body.

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10+ ways mushrooms protect your body like nothing else

Medicinal mushrooms are among the most powerful botanicals known to man.

This is not news, as traditional healers and medical practitioners have long understood the benefits of using medicinal mushrooms for curing numerous diseases and promoting long-term vitality.

Today, a growing body of scientific research confirms the immune-boosting benefits of fungi — after-all that’s what most medicinal mushrooms are best known for,

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