With all the contagious viruses and bacteria going around, it should be obvious to anyone that tiny pathogens can wreak havoc upon our lives.
Here are Healthy-Living's top recommendations for not letting pathogens sicken or kill you:
It is a very smart practice to kill pathogens before they gain a stronghold in your body. It is so much easier to kill pathogens when there are only a few instead of when they become many. That means our goal should be killing them as close to the time that they first enter one's body as possible. This will prevent them from multiplying to the point that one becomes sick.
This is similar to the idea of killing weeds when they're just emerging instead of waiting until the garden is overrun. That means, of course, that one should have a routine habit of unleashing "pathogen destroyers" into one's body several times a day, or at least as an absolute minimum, one must absolutely do so before bed time each night.
Pathogens primarily enter through the mouth and nose. If pathogens can have a whole eight hours of time while you're sleeping to multiply, they may well have increased in number by morning to an amount more than your immune system (especially if weakened from stress) can totally handle. If that happens, then within a few more days you may find yourself sick. So, here's what we recommend:
Cells are like old-time, walled cities They are bustling with activity, but they need protection from outside invaders (especially those with spike proteins that can penetrate those walls). To keep your cellular walls strong and able to withstand invaders, we recommend consuming the following cell-wall-strength boosting supplements — especially from December to April:
PEOs provide the raw materials from which cell membranes are built.
Vitamin D3 regulates mineral availability (minerals are required in cell walls and virtually all cell activities). It's the single most important of all vitamins.
Advanced Immune Defense provides numerous nutrients needed by cell walls and cell wall defenders, including quercetin, zinc, selenium, and much more, that enable a cell to better defend itself from pathogen penetration.
Don't take chances. Look at the chart below to see when you need to be especially vigilant about helping your body to destroy pathogens habitually every single day. The greatest number of cases are January through May and again in late August/September. This means that you should be conscientiously consuming nutrients that boost the immune system throughout these times.
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