If you haven’t watched this video and read this article- here it is again as it shares info I have read from multiple sources with scientific evidence to add on.
Why don’t we hear from the government about how to strengthen our immune system?
Including the letter sent to governments (finally) on “Over 100 Scientists, Doctors, & Leading Authorities Call For Increased Vitamin D Use To Combat COVID-19Scientific evidence indicates vitamin D reduces infections & deaths”
See letter here: https://vitamindforall.org/letter.html
How does Vitamin D and Magnesium help strengthen our immune system?
“It’s important to talk to your own doctor before taking a new vitamin regimen, to make sure it’s safe for you and doesn’t affect any prescriptions you’re taking or any other medical conditions.
Along with following the CDC health guidelines, he encourages everyone to think of boosting their immune systems as a four-pronged approach, using four different supplements.
Number 1: Vitamin D, get your levels up, and you can also ask your doctor to test your levels, a very easy blood test.
Number 2: Vitamin C, we know it’s working well. There have been some studies on COVID where vitamin C has shown to have very good benefits in the outcome of an illness.
Number 3: Zinc stops viral replication multiple ways, so it prevents the virus from hijacking your DNA, prevents the virus from replicating. It also prevents the virus from entering the cell, so zinc is very important right now.
Number 4: Quercetin, which is what’s called a natural bioflavonoid. Quercetin opens up the cells in your body so that zinc can get inside your cells, where it works. So think of quercetin as the key. Think of zinc as the repairman, that is allowed into the house, so-to-speak,” says Dr. Osborne.
How does Magnesium play a role with our Vitamin D levels to improve our immune system?
- Magnesium (Mg) deficiency is very common.
- Some experts estimate that over half of us have severe Magnesium depletion in our cells.
- A normal Magnesium blood test at your doctor’s office tells you nothing.
- You can have a severe Mg defic. and have a normal serum Mg level.
- It’s optimal to eat plenty of low-carb foods rich in Mg, that way you know you are getting enough.
- It can take months of healthy eating to completely replace the Mg your cells need to function properly.
- Some people need a supplement, but others can get all the Mg they need from food.
- If you don’t recognize the signs then you might not think you have a problem.
- Here are 9 signs of a Magnesium Deficiency you should know…
- Lack of Salt is a problem too: http://bit.ly/RealSalts
- Mag Supplement I use: https://amzn.to/2nG0XQn
- Neisha’s Mag Supplement: https://amzn.to/2nEPHDM
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- Ken D Berry, MD, is a Family Physician and has been practicing Family Medicine in rural Tennessee for 20 years, having seen over 25,000 patients in his career so far.