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EXCELLENT!!!!  Thank you @starrider!  Trump better win his battle to drain the swamp, :praying::praying::praying:  or the US and the rest of the world will fall to socialism an quickly follow in China's footsteps. 

Also, 5-10 grams (5000-10,000 mg) of Vitamin C supercharges your immunity and if you add 5,000 IU of Vitamin D3, it appears to fortify your body enough that it will not even contract Covid19 .

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19 hours ago, KristiD said:

EXCELLENT!!!!  Thank you @starrider!  Trump better win his battle to drain the swamp, :praying::praying::praying:  or the US and the rest of the world will fall to socialism an quickly follow in China's footsteps. 

Also, 5-10 grams (5000-10,000 mg) of Vitamin C supercharges your immunity and if you add 5,000 IU of Vitamin D3, it appears to fortify your body enough that it will not even contract Covid19 .

Thank you for your kind words. I'm doing 2 glasses of OJ per day and 2000mg powder mixed ea time.

 

Starr

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I should be good then.

8 to 10,000 of C.

15,000 Of D.

10 ounces of Tonic water. Helps with leg cramps also.

Not being afraid of getting close to anybody either. 

Getting outside and working in the back yard. Communing with all the viruses and pollen out there.

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You should add zinc to that concoction. 8mg for women and 11mg for men is recommended  dose. The key takeaway is that zinc lowers the risk for  respiratory infection. I was told early on that zinc was used in conjunction with the hydroxychloroquine to improve recovery  rate and length. Hydroxychloroquine  itself is not enough nor is VitC or D3 by themselves without the zinc. I also complement my intake  of C and D3 and Zinc with L-Lysine to  support immune function. Do not wear a mask to this day.

 

According to the European Journal of Immunology, the human body needs zinc to activate T lymphocytes (T cells).

T cells help the body in two ways:

  1. controlling and regulating immune responses
  2. attacking infected or cancerous cells

Zinc deficiency can severely impair immune system function.

 

According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, “zinc-deficient persons experience increased susceptibility to a variety of pathogens.”

 

 

Adequate zinc intake is especially important for children because even mild zinc deficiency can impede growth, increase risk of infection, and increase risk of diarrhea and respiratory disease.

 

The recommended intake for children 1-8 years old ranges from 3-5 milligrams, increasing as the child gets older.

 

Males 9-13 years old require 8 milligrams of zinc per day. After the age of 14, the requirement increases to the 11 milligrams per day that is required for all adult males. For females over the age of 8, the requirement stays stable at 8 milligrams per day, except for ages 14-18, where the recommendation increases to 9 milligrams per day.

 

Pregnant and lactating women have an increased need for zinc at 11-13 milligrams per day, depending on age.

 

The best sources of zinc are beans, animal meats, nuts, fish and other seafood, whole grain cereals, and dairy products. Zinc is also added to some breakfast cereals and other fortified foods.

 

Vegetarians may require up to 50 percent more than the recommended intake of zinc because of low bioavailability of zinc from plant-based foods.

 

Foods with the highest reported zinc content are:

  • raw oysters (Pacific), 3 ounces: 14.1 milligrams
  • beef, lean chuck roast, braised, 3 ounces: 7.0 milligrams
  • baked beans, canned, ½ cup: 6.9 milligrams
  • crab, King Alaskan, cooked, 3 ounces: 6.5 milligrams
  • ground beef, lean, 3 ounces: 5.3 milligrams
  • lobster, cooked, 3 ounces: 3.4 milligrams
  • pork loin, lean, cooked, 3 ounces: 2.9 milligrams
  • wild rice, cooked, ½ cup: 2.2 milligrams
  • peas, green, cooked, 1 cup: 1.2 milligrams
  • yogurt, plain, 8 ounces: 1.3 milligrams
  • pecans, 1 ounces: 1.3 milligrams
  • peanuts, dry roasted, 1 ounces: 0.9 milligrams

Zinc supplements are also available in the form of capsules and tablets. However, the tolerable upper limit for zinc is 40 milligrams for males and females over 18 years.

 

It has been proven time and again that isolating certain nutrients in supplement form will not provide the same health benefits as consuming the nutrient from a whole food. First focus on obtaining your daily zinc requirement from foods, then use supplements as a backup if necessary. Zinc supplements are available to purchase in many health food stores and online.

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