Many of us have been forced to practice sheltering at home and social distancing to help flatten the curve during the pandemic. But even when we’re hunkered down at home, it’s still important to watch what we eat in an effort to boost our immune systems and remain healthy. In our previous post, Nick Delgado highlighted how eating a whole-food, plant-based,
While it may not be possible to prevent yourself from ever getting sick again you can dramatically reduce your risk for infections and help ensure mild symptoms and quick recovery if you do fall ill. To achieve this you need to understand the immune system, learn the common lifestyle factors that silently sabotage it, and learn the key foods to
Peptides are small proteins that are made up of short chains of amino acids. There are several thousands of them, and they play varying roles in the body. Peptide therapy is an exciting new frontier in medicine that can be used to safely reverse disease, enhance lovemaking, decelerate the aging process, and make getting older a whole lot more pleasant.
The government has unveiled plans to start reopening the country in phases but failed to address the one thing that can keep the ‘pandemic’ under control as we get back to our normal lives – a healthy immune system. COVID-19 is a new virus which means we don’t have herd immunity to it yet, this makes it much more contagious
The number of people infected with COVID-19 continues to climb, but what no one seems to be asking is how accurate are these numbers and the tests we’re using to determine them? How many of us are actually infected and how scared should we really be? I’ve done some digging and the answers may shock you. The Test and the
Viruses have a bad reputation – when you hear the word most people automatically think of aggressive, infectious, invisible agents that make us sick. While it’s true many viruses are pathogenic (disease-causing) not all of them are. Viruses are similar to bacteria in that some are harmful and disease-causing, and others are helpful, and play a vital role in keeping