Build resistance to your immune system via boosting White blood cell activity that help to protect you from virus infections like the Covid-19 virus and the ‘flu.
Regular, light exercise is important.https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/007165.htm
Further, I recommend that you take a vitamin C complex regularly.
But much more is missing from food these days than just vitamin C. Why? Simply ’cause your food is undernourished these days, and must be supplemented, a fact also according to latest research (Metagenics International Congress of Natural Medicine 2019).
That research is referring to mineral and vitamin content of food that has declined by 90% steadily over the last 100 years, globally. So now we need to add back minerals and vitamins to Cheraskin’s Vitamin C. But these need to be added in proportion. Once you have achieved that, our unsolicited client feedback in having healthy cold and ‘flu seasons has been quite positive.
Emanuel Cheraskin showed us in the 70s that you can improve your resistance to cold and ‘flu at a cellular level by a factor of 39 times just by supplementing with a sufficient dose of a specific nutrient. That’s why I formulated our Winter Mix that contains many elements but is predominantly vitamin C. We have modelled our MVM 12:178 formulation on his research.
In that era, the soil was more abundant in minerals than these days. So, simply adding vitamin C was enough. The picture is far different today.
What he and co-workers showed in the sixties and seventies that, when all other micronutrients are in place in your food supply, adding vitamin C and bioflavonoids in a “foundation” formulation such as this can increase activity of “Natural Killer” white blood cells by a factor of 39 times. As this type of product cannot be made commercially due to a 6 month , shelf life after opening, we choose to make it freshly on request.
Also Linus Pauling (one of only four ever dual Nobel Baccalaureates) did other work with vitamin C in that era, presenting grade 5 evidence that administering it to sufferers is instrumental in helping to limit the spread of cancer. Ewen Cameron, his associate director at the Linus Pauling Institute, presented his evidence and findings at the International Congress of Clinical Nutrition in 1984 in Sydney.