Even though intermittent fasting has a key, I would look into it as people with metabolic syndrome and diabetes faired the worst with COVID-19 and its after effects. I have patients with diabetes who came down with a chronic fatigue syndrome. So enjoy the Christmas season by all means, but for the most part, see about not overeating carbs and sensitize insulin with exercise and intermittent fasting. Those who already have metabolic syndrome should see with their physicians about controlling glucose levels with the appropriate medications and diet. Metformin and berberine are the key elements that come to mind, metformin being contraindicated only in those with severe kidney and liver failure.
So yes, diet is the key foundation as we have emphasized for at least a decade now. We all have our individual needs, but as a general recommendation, the population of the 21st century is overeating too many carbs and thus should work on sensitizing insulin with diet, exercise and supplements.
Some are divided with vitamin D supplementation. In my experience working with very ill populations, supplementing vitamin D3 - Magnesium and vitamin K is highly helpful. Vitamin D is always low in those with diabetes and those who corrected their vitamin D levels with supplementation never got sick during the flu season, as opposed to previous seasons.
Thanks, Gaby, for the information.
If I am coerced to take the vaccine, one other thing I would be doing is auto-hemotherapy, the injection of 10cc of your own blood into one of your glutes, initially probably every 2-3 days and after all quiets down, once a week.
Yes, some of us have extra toolkits to deal with the worst. Autohemotherapy, parenteral use of nutrition, neural therapy, etc. I myself will not be sure if I will have these tools available. I can always do autohemotherapy, neural therapy and some intramuscular injections in myself. But if I get sick, I rather opt for stuff that I could do myself in case I have to "confine" because unfortunately, if you get sick that means you're contagious for other people. Those who get vaccinated would be a source of contagion to those who are not vaccinated. It might be the case that the PTB don't care if there are those who manage to escape the system. Whatever they put in the vaccines could become aerosolized and can be transmitted without the need of injection. That is the worst case scenario, but we're talking here about preparing for the worst anyway. So those of you who manage to escape the vaccine, you might still want to learn how to protect yourself.I had an idea for those who are adept with IVs and intramuscular injections. For vitamin C I seem to remember injections of dilute ascorbic were doable at target sites (although it would hurt). Since mRNA vaccines rely on liposomes to deliver payloads of mRNA to cells, interrupting this process by changing the local pH could be a potentially useful countermeasure. This was a rationale for using baking soda to alter bodily pH such that retroviruses didn't invade cells as easily. In the event that it would be possible to arrange an injection immediately after at the site of injection, would an intramuscular injection of pharmaeutical grade vitamin C or bicarbonate at the site of vaccination he helpful to neutralize the assimilation? I know some versions of the vaccine have saponins, which are what form bubbles and increase membrane permeability. A sudden drop in pH could also disrupt that in theory.
From experiences, oral vitamin C was enough to prevent adverse effects. There's another reported experience in Africa with the polio vaccine where children who took vitamin C had no mortality rates and fared well.
Yes, good reminder! Melatonin is crucial to help repair the damage. They are already using it for COVID-19. I recommended it to a nurse working in the elderly home residency, and she was feeling so great with it, that she recommended it to all her nursing and auxiliary nursing friends. None of them have ever tested positive for PCR tests (which they did every two weeks). The recommended dose is melatonin 5mg. Some might get too groggy with that dose, others might need 15 mg or so. So yes, melatonin.Thank you Gaby for opening the following thread and all the information provided.
I was wondering do you think that by taking vitamin C in pills, high doses could work as an alternative? Also, for repairing damaged DNA, would melatonin help if taken in high doses in your opinion?
Thank you in advance for the feedback.
Those who can't tolerate powdered ascorbic acid should look into putting it into capsules, or buying it already in pills. You'll need A LOT. So that is also something to prepare for. Make sure you have a big container. Those who can afford it, see about having high quality liposomal vitamin C available.
I would only recommend it if you know how to use it. If you use a low dose, you might actually end up feeding any infection. I've used iodine before to travel in order to saturate all my secretions with iodine and never got sick. But I knew well that I could tolerate it without problems.This may be a silly question, but does iodine fit here in? I'm asking this because of all properties of iodine.