Nutrition | Healthy Living Talk

Melatonin Affects Thrombosis, Sepsis, and COVID Mortality Rate

Two key studies have identified the role that melatonin plays in reducing the risk of a positive test …

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Published Study Reports Benefits to Adults Consuming a “Carnivore Diet”

The “carnivore diet,” based on animal foods and excluding most or all plant foods, has attracted recent popular attention. Most participants chose this lifestyle primarily for health reasons and most all showed improvements in health conditions.

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Physician Speaks Out Against ‘Vaccine Mandates for All’ — Especially Children and Those With Natural Immunity

In an interview with U.S. News & World Report, Dr. Marty Makary said the CDC’s relentless focus on vaccine-induced immunity and its “demonizing” of those who choose not to get the vaccine make the agency “the most slow, reactionary, political CDC in American history.”

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Coronavirus: Eating Well, Avoiding Processed Food Could Help You Survive COVID-19 Experts Say

Avoid using the lockdown as an excuse to give up exercise and gorge on easy-to-prepare processed food. Eating well can lessen the effects of the virus or eliminate them completely.

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COVID-19 Response, Economic Effects & Centralized Health Care

Dr. Mercola’s interview with systems biologist Shiva Ayyadurai, Ph.D about the economic impacts of COVID-19, reality of the numbers, centralized health care and the real reason for this exaggrated response. Spoiler alert – follow the money.

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What is Health Really? Walking Dead?

Most people believe they’re healthy. Sure, they may have a few issues, but since they aren’t on life support they assume they’re in very good health. They exercise, eat organic, take vitamins, get proper sleep, work hard – even do a little mediation. But those actions can be undermined to the point of being meaningless. […]

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Vitamin C as a Consideration for Pneumonia, Lung Infections, and the Novel Coronavirus

Vitamin C supports your immune system. Vitamin C helps to kill viruses and reduces the symptoms of infection. It’s not a COVID-19 “cure,” but nothing is. It might just save your life, though, and will definitely reduce the severity of the infection.

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