This timely episode focuses on what we can all do to help support immune health and fortify the body against viruses at this crucial time in history. It may surprise you that I’ve asked not an infectious disease specialist but a gastroenterologist to talk to us about this subject. Dr. Ken Brown is on the […]
While the World Health Organization has put the death rate from novel coronavirus, COVID-19, at 3.4%,1 a study in Nature Medicine put it much lower, at 1.4%.2 The fact is, with many cases going unreported and untested, mild and asymptomatic cases may not be included in official COVID-19 death rate figures, which could skew the […]
1 Beriberi (thiamine deficiency) shares many similarities with which of the following? Leaky gut Measles Sepsis Thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency syndrome (beriberi) has many similarities to sepsis — a primary cause of COVID-19 mortality — and thiamine deficiency is relatively common in critically ill patients in general. Learn more. Influenza 2 Which of the following […]
The human body needs nutrients to survive. One piece of the puzzle is a water-soluble nutrient, vitamin B3. Deficiency may happen if you don’t eat foods rich in vitamin B3; if you have dysfunctional absorption or a metabolic disorder; or if you’ve used chemotherapeutic agents for a long time.1 The vitamin’s common name is niacin […]
Almost everyone’s dealt with flu at some point, and it’s wise to know what foods will help and what foods are actually hindrances. To understand what to eat, consider both the symptoms and the source of your troubles in order to find a solution: Your body’s natural immune system needs to be supported while you […]
In this interview, Brian Hoyer — one of the primary consultants for my latest book, “EMF*D” — discusses how electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation may be impacting the COVID-19 epidemic and your infection risk. Many have raised questions about whether there is a connection between 5G and this pandemic. In some ways, the connection between COVID-19 […]
Both the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and a report out of China are dampening hopes that COVID-19 might begin to fade with hotter weather.
A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19