As governments around the world continue to respond to COVID-19, one thing remains consistent, there is still a lack of transparency and clarity about the response to the virus and the virus itself. Many of the opinions and ideas circulating about the virus  are leading to fear and confusion. So, it is still challenging to make much sense about the issue. That is disappointing.

I’m a person who took charge of her own health decades ago. Since then, I’ve been helping others who have a similar desire for sovereignty and clarity to do the same. The intent here is to share some clear, practical and precise ideas with you, to empower you and those you care about.

Feel free to fact check any of the ideas below and use this information about the symptoms of the corona virus, which is 97% survivable, to protect yourself and/or heal from it.

Studies show that the body integrates vitamins and minerals more efficiently and successfully from the intake of whole, unprocessed foods. You can protect yourself by eating foods that are high in Vitamin C, E, D. Also daily exercise, exposure to sunlight, and a minimum of seven hours sleep each night all contribute to strong immunity and resilience. 

Many people with corona virus are asymptotic, showing no symptoms. But there are some possible signals from your body that may indicate that you have the virus, like itchy throat, dry throat, dry cough, high fever, shortness of breath or loss of smell. 

Increasing the alkalinity in your diet can be beneficial in many ways. Junk food is addictive short term. High alkaline foods become addictive after some time. A high alkaline diet can increase the availability of intracellular magnesium. Studies have shown that an increase in intracellular magnesium, which is required for the function of many enzyme systems, is also needed to catalyze vitamin D, which is essential for increased immune response.

It is wise to consider a diet that has more high alkaline foods to reduce morbidity and mortality of chronic disease and viral infections. If you want to increase your immune strength, start adding whole, unprocessed foods to your diet. Start with foods you already know and like and eat more of them.

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