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Fight Coronavirus with Immune-Boosting Foods - Part 2

Don Mackintosh Allen Lloyd Eddie Ramirez
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As a service to our community, we’re sharing our new video series today. Our first episode features Dr. Neil Nedley, Weimar Institute president, and the importance of nutrition, the N in NEWSTART, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn what suppresses our immune system and how you can boost it to stay healthy during these times.

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  • March 23, 2020
    9:45 AM
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Hi I'm done Mackintosh We're glad you're with us today we're looking at boosting immunity we're talking to Dr Neil Nellie's the president of Libra Institute he's an internal medicine specialist and you know a couple days back you did this video the now as millions of people watching it's translated into various languages and you went through the New Start acronym showing how it can boost immunity and we're going to talk a little bit about nutrition Yes the tertian had a lot to do with how healthier immune system is and we can actually suppress our immune system through sugar or free oil or we can enhance our immune system with particularly anti-oxidants and those anti-oxidant vegetables like the Greenspan age kale brussel sprouts and broccoli and the number one anti-oxidant vegetable is garlic these things can really help our immunity and garlic actually has some anti-viral activity as well and so it's doubly probably also helps with social distancing. Well if it's raw garlic. Some people have stated an apple a day keeps the doctor away but it garlic a day keeps everybody. Ok So anything else with nutrition I know here it Wimmer Institute as we're going through this time of uncertainty one that we've actually taken the oil down in our food here for this June is we've also taken the sugar out of it we're trying to have very healthy immune supporting foods Yes well the anti-oxidant fruits are your berries primarily but plums even oranges plums are even higher anti-oxidant than oranges but oranges are pretty good food for as far as boosting our immune system for covert 19 and other viruses are there any specifically anti-viral type foods or fruits that best bulls that we can eat well and there are Zen. Itself as anti-viral in fact of zinc comes in contact with the virus it actually completely stops the replication of the virus when zinc gets into the cell it actually stops replicates and replicates is what the virus uses to reproduce itself and so that your highs includes are going to be like pumpkin seeds you know even Brazil nuts those type of things any danger of toxicity if you eat a food with zinc it now no danger of toxicity whatsoever but you'd want to get that zinc into the cell and so studies have shown that person actually it which is a bioflavonoids from the skin of grapes actually helps that zinc get into the cell and stop the replication of the virus or if it comes in contact with the solid high concentrations and might be able to get in all by itself in fact just recently the f.d.a. did an emergency approval of a drug called Clark win which is the drug for malaria but the reason why it can work for covert 19 is it opens the ion channel for exam to get into the cell and basically kill that virus by stopping the replication of it but we may not need chloroquine if we have Kirsten Kirsten can do that as well Ok we've heard some excellent ideas for nutrition I might watch this again if I were you and make a list and then head out to the store we're not just talking about what the doctor can do at the hospital for you but what you can do to boost your immunity.

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