Thank you to everyone who attended my Webinar: Science + Strategies for Your Resilience, which aired April 29, 2020. The first half of the video is my presentation, and the second half is Q&A. We had such an engaged, smart group with insightful and helpful questions!
I decided to do this webinar to share what I have learned over the last month or so since the first webinar on April 6. This new webinar covers recent patient experiences, treatments I am using, testing options and strategies for boosting your immune system to help you stay resilient as we begin to move forward. If you missed the first webinar you may want to go back and watch for even more comprehensive information.
I take an in-depth look at your immune system and get kind of nerdy on the details of what is going on in the body, so if you are interested in more answers or want to geek out on the science, please listen and share with friends and family.
(Note: this is the same presentation as the Webinar: Upgrade your Covid-19 Strategy, without the technical difficulties, that I presented on Sunday, April 26, 2020).
Some highlights of the webinar:
- I am encouraged – positive outcomes
- Test and treat early
- “Show and Tell” on the different testing for COVID, including the anti-body tests that I do in my clinic
- Treatment protocols I am using and the results
- Pulse Oximeter – consider getting one to check your oxygen levels – a low level is an early sign that you may be getting sick
- Being overweight may be a risk factor – consider doing what you can now to maintain or lose weight
- Supplements I recommend and why you should take certain ones to help boost your immune system
Here are a few of the supplements I am recommending:
- Liposomal Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Curcumin (found in turmeric)
- Nitric Oxide
During the difficult time of this pandemic we are bundling a few of my most recommended products together to offer you comprehensive immune support, at the greatest value, below the suggested retail price.
Disclaimer: The information in this video replay is not considered personal medical advice for you. Please consult your physician for specific questions about your situation.