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Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.”

Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.” Have you or a loved one been told by a doctor, “we’ve got it all?” Before you start reading any further, I need to warn you my lovely peeps that today I’m going on a rant because I’m sad and I’m pissed off with the lies my peeps are hearing from their doctors. I am about to tell you some home truths about cancer and share a beautiful story of a twin sister’s unconditional love. I hope this story will encourage you to dig…

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10 hours ago

Prudence Sinclair

Selenium

Selenium is an important mineral with a variety of uses, but it is known to help prevent the bird flu and swine flu. This mineral also happens to be a pretty potent antioxidant and can give your immune system a major boost. Selenium is found in all varieties of meat as well as nuts, eggs, brown rice, mushrooms and oatmeal.
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Selenium

Selenium is an important mineral with a variety of uses, but it is known to help prevent the bird flu and swine flu. This mineral also happens to be a pretty potent antioxidant and can give your immune system a major boost. Selenium is found in all varieties of meat as well as nuts, eggs, brown rice, mushrooms and oatmeal.

Zinc

Like vitamin D, the benefits of zinc are only now being fully understood and appreciated. You may have seen commercials for some over-the-counter cold remedies that contain zinc in it. Zinc is notorious for shortening the length of the cold you experience. So if your cold normally lasts 7-10 days, adding zinc into your diet can shorten it to just a few days.

Zinc has the ability to help your immune system produce and activate T-cells, the cells responsible for wiping out disease and illness.

Health experts usually suggest taking some zinc at the first sign of your illness. But why not make sure you are always getting enough zinc in your diet so you can always keep illnesses at bay? Foods rich in zinc include shellfish, red meat, dark chocolate, eggs, nuts and dairy products.
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Zinc

Like vitamin D, the benefits of zinc are only now being fully understood and appreciated. You may have seen commercials for some over-the-counter cold remedies that contain zinc in it. Zinc is notorious for shortening the length of the cold you experience. So if your cold normally lasts 7-10 days, adding zinc into your diet can shorten it to just a few days.

Zinc has the ability to help your immune system produce and activate T-cells, the cells responsible for wiping out disease and illness.

Health experts usually suggest taking some zinc at the first sign of your illness. But why not make sure you are always getting enough zinc in your diet so you can always keep illnesses at bay? Foods rich in zinc include shellfish, red meat, dark chocolate, eggs, nuts and dairy products.

Ways to boost your immune system to fight off colds: Vitamin D/D3

Vitamin D is just now starting to get the attention it deserves as it is a miraculous hormone (yes, it’s really a hormone though we call it a vitamin). Vitamin D’s primary function is to help your body maintain optimal levels of calcium and phosphorous in the blood. But vitamin D also protects you from respiratory infection. In fact, based on clinical studies published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics, supplementation with vitamin D significantly decreases your chance of developing a respiratory tract infection.

While we can get plenty of vitamin D from the sun (the best source) if you live in colder climates this winter, it’s best that you supplement with 5000 – 10,000 IU daily.

A lot of people have chronically low Vitamin D, because they don't go outside enough, so their skin isn't exposed to the sun enough to really generate it at levels to keep yourself healthy.
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Ways to boost your immune system to fight off colds: Vitamin D/D3

Vitamin D is just now starting to get the attention it deserves as it is a miraculous hormone (yes, it’s really a hormone though we call it a vitamin). Vitamin D’s primary function is to help your body maintain optimal levels of calcium and phosphorous in the blood. But vitamin D also protects you from respiratory infection. In fact, based on clinical studies published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics, supplementation with vitamin D significantly decreases your chance of developing a respiratory tract infection.

While we can get plenty of vitamin D from the sun (the best source) if you live in colder climates this winter, it’s best that you supplement with 5000 – 10,000 IU daily.

A lot of people have chronically low Vitamin D, because they dont go outside enough, so their skin isnt exposed to the sun enough to really generate it at levels to keep yourself healthy.

2 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Ways to boost your immune system to fight off colds: Vitamin C

Let’s start with the most obvious nutrient your immune system requires, and that’s vitamin C. Not only is vitamin C an antioxidant, it also is a powerful anti-inflammatory. And since inflammation is the root cause of all disease, you should absolutely make sure you get enough vitamin C each day. It’s hard getting enough C through diet alone, so I always recommend something like C salts, or a C supplement.
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Ways to boost your immune system to fight off colds: Vitamin C

Let’s start with the most obvious nutrient your immune system requires, and that’s vitamin C. Not only is vitamin C an antioxidant, it also is a powerful anti-inflammatory. And since inflammation is the root cause of all disease, you should absolutely make sure you get enough vitamin C each day. It’s hard getting enough C through diet alone, so I always recommend something like C salts, or a C supplement.

3 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

I feel like I have discussed the importance of supporting the immune system for YEARS now, and yet I also feel like some people don’t take the topic seriously enough.

Look, we are headed into cold and flu season and we still have this Corona virus out there. It is MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER to support your immune system so it can protect your health. This is particularly true of you are dealing with cancer or another serious illness. The last thing you need is to get a virus on TOP of what you are already dealing with!!

Your immune system is incredibly powerful. But it requires the right conditions to be able to do its job.
Remember to get good levels of Vitamin C, D/D3, Zinc, Selenium, Omega-3, Polyphenols.... and stress!
Don't forget about your stress levels! High stress means a higher risk of a lowered immune system.
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I feel like I have discussed the importance of supporting the immune system for YEARS now, and yet I also feel like some people don’t take the topic seriously enough.

Look, we are headed into cold and flu season and we still have this Corona virus out there. It is MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER to support your immune system so it can protect your health. This is particularly true of you are dealing with cancer or another serious illness. The last thing you need is to get a virus on TOP of what you are already dealing with!!

Your immune system is incredibly powerful. But it requires the right conditions to be able to do its job. 
Remember to get good levels of Vitamin C, D/D3, Zinc, Selenium, Omega-3, Polyphenols.... and stress! 
Dont forget about your stress levels! High stress means a higher risk of a lowered immune system.
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