The Times Where An Unhealthy Lifestyle Was Forgivable Are Over.


We live in unprecedented times. We have to adapt to a new normal. But that new normal is not wearing a mask outdoors for the rest of our lives. We're not living on Mars. This is not a hostile planet.

BUT.


The times where you could get away with an unhealthy lifestyle are over.

We believe that Pizza, Burger and Sodas, no movement, indoor lifestyle and not dealing with your personal stress will have even more severe consequences today and in future.

We believe that you are empowered to not only have a choice to live longer by avoiding a severe case of potentially life threatening disease, but as a byproduct elevate your life and well being.

We have curated a selection of scientific articles from recognized journals, so you can make an informed choice between doing nothing and tweaking your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and welcome the new normal in an empowered way.

*Disclaimer: We are neither medical doctors nor nutritionists. We are scientifically interested people who did our own research to set ourselves up for success and reduce the likelihood of severe complications in case we contract an infectious disease. This website does not offer medical advice.

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Vitamin D3

What does science say?

Read an article in The Lancet - Diabetes & Endocrinology on how Vitamin D3 may not only promote muscle and bone health but also reduce the impact of COVID-19: Vitamin D for COVID-19: a case to answer?

Here is an article in the National Center for Biotechnology information. The link between vitamin D and COVID‐19: distinguishing facts from fiction 

Besides spending time in the sun, how can I add Vitamin D3 to my diet? Click here

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Zinc

What does science say?

Read an article in International Journal Of Infectious Diseases on how Zinc deficiency may promote COVID-19: COVID-19: Poor outcomes in patients with zinc deficiency

Here is an article in the National Center for Biotechnology information. The Potential Impact of Zinc Supplementation on COVID-19 Pathogenesis 

How can I add Zinc to my diet?? Click here


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Vitamin K

What does science say?

Read an article in the British Journal Of Nutrition on the role of Vitamin K in lung health and blood clotting and the impact it may have on COVID-19: Vitamin K metabolism as the potential missing link between lung damage and thromboembolism in Coronavirus disease 2019

Here is an article published by the Infectious Disease Society Of America. Reduced Vitamin K Status as a Potentially Modifiable Risk Factor of Severe Coronavirus Disease 2019

How can I add Vitamin K to my diet? Click here


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Vitamin C

What does science say?

Read an article in The Lancet - Diabetes and Endocrinology on how Vitamin D3 may not only promote muscle and bone health but also reduce the impact of COVID-19: Vitamin D for COVID-19: a case to answer?

Here is an article published by the National Center for Biotechnology information. The link between vitamin D and COVID‐19: distinguishing facts from fiction 

How can I add Vitamin C to my diet? Click here


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Stress Reduction

What does science say?

Here is an article published by the Association of Psychological science on the impact of stress on our immune system and its possible effects on COVID-19. Depression and Stress Could Dampen Efficacy of COVID-19 Vaccines: Interventions and Health Behavior Changes Could Boost Immunity

Read an article in The Lancet - Diabetes & Endocrinology on the impact of the stress hormone cortisol on the mortality from COVID-19: Association between high serum total cortisol concentrations and mortality from COVID-19

This Article explains The Impact of Everyday Stressors on the Immune System and Health.

How do you start? - Join my meditation group on Facebook and participate in my live meditations or enjoy the recordings.


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Exercise

What does science say?

Here is an article published by the National Center for Biotechnology information. Can exercise affect immune function to increase susceptibility to infection?

Read an article in Journal Of Human Hypertension on the impact of exercise on the immune system: Promising effects of exercise on the cardiovascular, metabolic and immune system during COVID-19 period

Read an article published by the Harvard Medical School on the impact of spending time outdoors: A prescription for better health: go alfresco

What can you do? - Get outside for 30 minutes per day and do anything. Walk, run or catch a Pokemon.