It’s ironic that three of the leading solutions being advocated for the coronavirus – social isolation, vaccines, and malaria drugs, actually harm the one thing that can save us from the virus – the immune system. Most of the world is being forced to socially isolate, and yet loneliness activates the fight-or-flight system, causes chronic inflammation and dramatically reduces the body’s ability to defend itself from viruses. Vaccines and malaria drugs are also being touted as a solution and both of them come with their own set of problems and health risks which I explain below.
Social distancing is like throwing a rug over a gaping hole in the floor. Sure it covers up the problem for the time being, but it doesn’t provide any permanent solution. We can’t hide in our homes forever, and the virus isn’t going to magically disappear. Even if we managed to eradicate the virus completely from our country (which is virtually impossible), it would require extreme social isolation, draconian measures, and the complete destruction of our economy in order to do so. And all of our efforts would be in vain because such drastic measures will never be enforced globally and the virus will be reintroduced to the population as soon as borders are reopened.
The coronavirus is on the rise and many are naturally wondering why? Mainstream dogma recommends the same old big pharma fantasies, however, studies have shown that instead of media promoting vaccines, a plant-based diet, hormonal balance and strengthening the immune system is a far better answer for preventing the spread of viruses.
The medical literature based on studies reported in the book Safe Uses of Cortisol, by William Jeffries the Professor at University of Virginia dedicated his life to the search for a solution to deaths from flu pandemic outbreaks like the coronavirus. And though diseases like this mostly affect the elderly this is what he had to say of the implications of low cortisol:
Fear of the coronavirus has gotten out of hand. The virus is no more deadly than the flu or common cold, and the only populations that it poses a real threat to are the very sick and elderly. I’m not saying to just do nothing though – contracting the virus has consequences which include a two-week quarantine and potentially spreading it to others before you realize you have it. But Instead of succumbing to all the chaos and fear, which will cause unnecessary stress and weaken your immune function, I recommend you focus your energy on optimizing your defense systems. Your liver plays a vital role in your immunity and now is the perfect time to cleanse and rejuvenate it, so it can do its part in protecting you from the virus.
“Feed a cold, starve a fever” is an adage that has been traced all the way back to a 1574 dictionary. But just because it’s been a common adage for centuries, doesn’t mean it’s correct. In fact, there are volumes of research that prove you should be feeding a cold and feeding a fever. Below I’ll explain why it’s so important to eat when you are sick and provide you with dietary guidelines that will help you fight the coronavirus as well as all other types of infectious diseases.
Studies show negative expectations can bring about adverse outcomes. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy in which the expectation of an adverse outcome can cause it to develop – this is called the nocebo effect. The nocebo effect is the opposite of the placebo effect, which manifests when one’s positive beliefs alone bring about healing and positive outcomes.
Coronavirus numbers continue to climb exponentially, and because the COVID-19 strain is new to humans we don’t have acquired immunity to it yet. However, that doesn’t mean there is nothing you can do to protect yourself. Boosting your immune system will help you become immune to the coronavirus and if you do contract it, it will make the symptoms notably less severe and hasten the recovery process.
Fear over the coronavirus continues to climb – but it’s primarily fueled by misinformation and sensationalization. People are being led to believe that the coronavirus is extremely dangerous and deadly. It’s ironic that just a few days ago the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros stated: “Most people will have mild disease and get better without needing any special care.” And now the WHO has released a fear-mongering death rate estimate of 3.4 percent; this estimate is quite implausible, if not wildly inaccurate.