After 2.5 Years, I Got It Too

It started as regular flu, cold, fever, chills and runny nose. Then, it felt like the train left the station and lost control till this roller coaster started to slow down and stop. 3 days went by. At that point, the recovery phase began when I felt exhausted, with zero energy, empty and weak. If you did not guess, yes, I got Covid.

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What Does Long Covid Look Like?

Even though symptoms improve and resolve within a few days or weeks. The new data indicates that nearly one in five US adults who have had COVID-19 continue to experience symptoms. Persistent symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection, known as long COVID or post-COVID-19 condition, often include fatigue, memory and concentration problems, sleep disturbances, and labored breathing. Studies also suggest that long COVID may be associated with a risk of new-onset type 2 diabetes and persistent cardiovascular symptoms for some.

My recovery phase started 3 days after I realized I was infected by this virus. Nutrition and supplements to boost my immunity were aggressively added and carefully monitored.

Useful Resource: Here is a useful link to see the Dietary Recommendations for Americans Issued by to review how an ideal diet should be according to every age group.

How to Support Covid with Food and Nutrition?

In today’s blog, I decided to share with you what I have done so that if you or any of your loved ones are dealing with it, you know what to do:

  1. Massive liquids: Soups (i.e., homemade vegetable or bone broths), hot water with lemon and cooked greens to clean any dead cells from my system fast so that none of the biological debris is circulated  in the body
  2. 100% fresh and homemade food: Focusing on homemade food is to bring down to ZERO any potential risk for additional immunity responses
  3. No Kidding & No skipping: Use the following herbs in massive amounts: lemon, peppermint, ginger, garlic, eucalyptus, chamomile, basil, honey, and cinnamon

Supplements: As follows

Balanced Buffer Vitamin C:

Vitamin C may help to prevent infections, including those caused by bacteria and viruses. Regularly administered vitamin C has been shown to shorten the duration of colds. Higher doses of vitamin C during an illness can also be a natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory.

How to take it: 2 pills 3 times a day. Total of 6 pills a day.

Balanced Vitamin D:

Vitamin D, known as the “sunshine vitamin,” is one of the most important and powerful nutrients supporting the immune system. Numerous studies have shown that it helps reduce the risk of colds and flu. Unfortunately, a high percentage of the population is deficient, so daily supplementation (ideally in the form of vitamin D3) offers the best protection. How to take it: 1 pill 2 times a day. Total of 2 pills a day.

Balance Zinc:

Zinc plays a significant role in boosting immunity. Often available as lozenges, zinc can help reduce the frequency of infections and the duration and severity of the common cold when taken within 24 hours of onset.
How to take it: 1 pill 2 times a day. Total of 2 pills a day.

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Selenium, a key nutrient for immune function, is also an antioxidant that helps boosts the body’s defenses against bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells. It may particularly help to protect against certain strains of the flu virus. Selenium is easily obtained from foods, with the richest source being Brazil nuts.
How to take it: 2 pills 2 times a day. Total of 4 pills a day.

Balance N-Acetyl Cysteine:

N-Acetyl Cysteine promotes glutathione production, according to a study on rodents infected with influenza. Another six-month controlled clinical study enrolled 262 primarily elderly subjects, those receiving 600 mg NAC twice daily, as opposed to those receiving a placebo, experienced significantly fewer influenza-like episodes and days of bed confinement.
How to take it:
2 pills 2 times a day. Total of 4 pills a day.

Balanced Micro Bio-Force (Berberine):

Berberine is an alkaloid found in the roots, rhizomes, and stem bark of various plants, including goldenseal, goldthread, and Oregon grape. Berberine shows anti-viral activity across a broad range of viral targets. Berberine also activates 5′ AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK), which is anti-inflammatory. Berberine’s anti-inflammatory effects also include suppression of inhibition of IkB kinase and downregulation of NFkB, IL-1, and TNF. Berberine also lowers blood glucose, thus helping with furin inhibition and preserving ACE2 receptors, possibly through aldose reductase inhibition.
How to take it:
1 pill 1 once a day. Total of 1 pill a day.

Yes. This is how much you need. Please, don’t play games here. It is a nasty flu with long life health complications.

Always consult your medical doctor to get the best medical support you need.

Stay Safe,