We all have hopefully correlated that eating meat is the root cause of so many diseases, SARS, Coronavirus, (COVID-19), Avian Bird Flu, Mad Cow, Swine Flu, All Zoonotic diseases, not to mention cancers, diabetes, and heart disease. With the COVID-19 we are now are dealing with an epidemic of broad scale and now a pandemic declaration. So what do we do? We don’t want to live in FEAR and PANIC. This COVID-19 is mostly about the LUNGS and just some tips below on how to keep healthy.

AIR: Just think Air, go for a hike in the forest, or ocean air is ideal for it’s negative ions. Parks, trees, ocean, rivers, go out in nature, if not possible walk your neighborhood. Working all day? Take a break from your desk and get outside and go for a walk.

EXERCISE: Improves your mood, increases endorphins, helps relieve anxiety, helps with weight loss, builds muscle mass, bone density, and increases your energy and boost your immunity. It should be a part of your lifestyle anytime.

YOGA/BREATHING EXERCISES to reduce anxiety and depression and help you ground. Breathing exercises and breathe yoga keep your lungs healthy.

ORGANIC JUICING: Fruits and vegetables are high in anti-inflammatory compounds boosting your immunity, are high in anti-oxidants. Flushes toxins from your body, and high with vitamins and minerals.
CITRUS: breaks up mucus in the lungs and is an excellent source of Vitamin C. Juice; Grapefruits, Tangerines, Lemons, Limes, Oranges.

MEDITATION: Relieves anxiety and depression, and is very grounding.

ORGANIC VEGAN DIET: Eat whole-foods plant-based as much as possible for all the nutrients to build a strong, healthy body.
My favorite foods for healing: Raw foods; Healthy salads, Living Yogurts, Probiotics including Kimchi, Green Juices/Juices, Smoothies, Adaptogenics, Tonics, Blueberries, Garlic, Tumeric, Spirulina, Apples. Cooked foods such as Mushrooms, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes– have a high mineral content, cruciferous vegetables. All fruits and veggies are healing. Be colorful on your plate!
Omegas; flax, Hemp, Chia, Walnuts, algae.

WATER: nourishes our cells and flushes out toxins, keeping us from dehydrating our organs –“a survey of U.S. physicians and consumers found; Fifty-seven percent of doctors surveyed said they considered dehydration the single most dangerous flu side effect. “Severe flu symptoms like fever and body aches often keep patients from taking in adequate fluids,” said Dr. Leanne M. Chrisman-Khawam of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. “By managing symptoms, one will be more likely to manage their dehydration as well.” Source:
Find your best water source. What’s your favorite?

PH LEVELS: “Coronavirus inefectivity is exquisitely sensitive for PH. For example the MHV-A59 strain of coronavirus is quite stable at 6.0 (acidic) but becomes rapidly and irreversibly inactivated by brief treatment at pH 8.0 (alkaline). Raising PH (to an alkaline state) increases the immune system’s ability to kill bacteria, concludes the Royal Free Hospital and School of Medicine in London. The viruses and bacterias which cause bronchitis and colds thrive in acidic environment. Keeping our PH in the slightly alkaline range of 6.8-7.2 can reduce the risk and lessen the severity of colds, sore throats and bouts of influenza.” Source:

VITAMIN C: The best vitamin for your immunity, heart and skin. Make sure it’s high quality; Healthforce SuperFood is one of my top ones. Do you have a favorite? Other food sources include, tangerines, oranges, citrus fruits, strawberries, rose hips, red and yellow bell peppers, black currants, thyme, parsley, kale, kiwis, broccoli and many more.

VITAMIN D: Sun Exposure is the ultimate if you can, supplement if not possible. A study recently done by the University of Hohenheim, suggests if the coronavirus infection is present, it’s imperative to check Vitamin D levels and correct any deficit. This is not to say it’s a healer, but it could very well help with the level of how sick you can become with COVID. Anyone low in Vitamin D should always be on the safe side and take what your doctor recommends.

Vitamin D deficiency is correlated with bone fractures, periodontal disease, muscle weakness or pain, or rickets in children, low levels are also correlated with schizophrenia, depression and fatigue. Sources of Vitamin D include fortified plant milks, breads and juices, and mushrooms; particularly Shiitake.

SLEEP: Work on a healthy sleep schedule, there are apps to help you get a healthy sleep schedule. Sleep helps emotional well-being, decision making, reduces anxiety and depression and helps the immune system.

This comes from someone that has seasonal asthma, asthma induced from stress and lung disease in my family. So during this time boosting my immunity is key as it is for everyone.


Could Changing Our Diets Defeat COVID-19?

By T. Colin Campbell, PhD, Jun 23, 2020

In the early 1980s, I organized and helped lead a comprehensive study of diet, lifestyle, and disease mortality in rural China and eventually Taiwan, to investigate why cancer and other chronic degenerative diseases localized in geographic clusters. 

The findings from this study, when combined with experimental studies of cancer in my laboratory and clinical human studies on heart disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and related illnesses by others, showed that a whole-food, plant-based diet could not only prevent but also reverse these diseases. 

Within this study in China and Taiwan, we also investigated the virus hepatitis B (HBV), which causes primary liver cancer, a major cause of death in Africa and Asia. We collected data on the prevalence of people having antibodies and antigens, multiple disease mortality rates, and many nutritional risk factors. Relying only on statistically significant findings, HBV antibody prevalence was highly correlated with vegetable consumption, dietary fiber, and plant protein. In short, more plant food consumption was associated with more antibodies.

Among the exceptionally high number of virus strains, each virus creates its own unique symptoms. But they also share something in common. That is, they invade hosts like us, and our immune system, which adapts for each virus strain, mounts a defense, most commonly by custom-making antibodies for each virus strain. 

Given that COVID-19 is also a viral disease, is it possible that this same nutrition could help us improve our immune response? 

If so, it is a highly desirable solution that we, as individuals, can control.

In our research, we also found that people consuming more animal protein had fewer antibodies, even in those consuming a very low amount of animal protein. We obtained four sets of statistically significant correlations (plant food factors vs. prevalence of antibodies and antigens, animal food consumption and indicators vs. prevalence of antibodies and antigens), and each supported the same conclusion. 

I believe that this consistent interplay of nutrition, virus activity, and disease should apply to coronavirus (COVID-19) as well, especially for older individuals compromised by diseases arising from the same nutrition that decreases antibody formation.

Switching to a whole-food, plant-based diet should lessen the severity of disease symptoms while simultaneously increasing COVID-19 antibodies, a win-win effect. Based on other studies, this effect may begin within days, possibly providing enough time for people not yet infected by COVID-19 to strengthen their immunity. ” Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Biochemist in Nutrition Source Link here:

Continued from VGP:

Study 2:

“ While a plant-based diet can’t prevent COVID-19, it can treat the underlying conditions that can exacerbate its severity. ”
Susan Levin, MS, RD, CSSD, Barnard Medical Center
Please read this study:

Washing hands when in public places, using hand sanitizer, and staying home if you are sick is the general warning, and yes being polite -and I wear a mask in public for consideration of others, it’s that simple.

Headed out for my walk in the forest, there I don’t use a mask and breathe in the fresh air! Let me know if you’d like to add anything. Stress less!

Disclaimer: Always consult with your doctor. This site does not give medical advice.

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