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    For many weeks now I've been particularly focused on the importance of your immune system and key ways to best support it.

    Especially over the past week or so during quarantine for so many people, there's been a surge in others in online health now focused on immunity, too.

    (Some with legitimate recommendations, others frankly with very "questionable" ones based loosely or not at all on actual science and research.)

    And it all begs this one crucial and largely unanswered specific question for most people:

    How can you actually KNOW the health level of your own immune system right now...

    ...And where should you personally consider taking steps to improve it?

    You're going to find out exactly how to know your PERSONAL immune system baseline measurements in this FREE private online training

    PLEASE NOTE this is a special by-invitation-only private training being conducted for our community by my friend, Alan Hopkins, MD.

    Dr. Hopkins is a board-certified physician in Emergency Medicine and completed an A4M fellowship in Anti-Aging Medicine.

    He has extensive exprerience in endocrinology, disease prevention, and laboratory medicine, and is the founder of YourLabWork.

    He's helped thousands of people understand their labs better and the natural ways that can improve them.

    YES, this is an interactive event, so you will be able to ask questions.

    And Dr. Hopkins free online training for you set for this Friday, March 27 will cover:

    > How your immune system works

    > Which specific tests may be critical for your health needs

    > Dr. Hopkins' panel of labs you should monitor (and why)

    > How to easily get the right labs for yourself

    > Optimal values and how to make sense of your test results

    Head here now to find out more and sign up FREE for this important private online training

    This is important info to know about your body at anytime, of course, and with all that is going on, it is especially important to know right now.

    This free online training takes place this Friday, March 27 at 1pm CST / 11am PS.

    Again, it is interactive so you can ask your questions.

    And if you do choose to sign up, right after you do Dr. Hopkins will send you an email providing all the info you need to attend.

    Click here now to find out more about this important free training and to sign up



    Please stay safe, stay calm, and stay healthy... and I will talk to you soon :)


    To What Will STILL Be Your Best Decade Yet,

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    TX Lt Governor says that older folks would gladly die to ensure their grandchildren do not have to suffer economic effects of shutdown?????
    I wonder what his parents and such think of this statement?
     
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    Jimi this Medcram virus vid talks about the part the immune system plays in fighting the virus and emphasizes having a healthy immune system.
     
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    What does that suggest, though? That he was complicit or something else?
     
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    I don't trust it either;)
     
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    I am glad you're not in the city too my friend
     
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    i will never forget my first experience with a bidet. Was business travelling and got room in nice hotel. threw bags on bed and sat on toilet and apparently pulled the wrong handle. What an eye opener.
    i thought it was a regular toilet....
     
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    You’ve got to cross a bridge (the 59th Street Feeling Groovy one!) to get to where we are, thankfully.
     
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    Dear Jimi,

    We are sending out the following resource to all of our members so that you are armed with current and accurate information about COVID-19 and vaping. You may find this useful in conversations with friends and family about any risks or concerns about using smoke-free alternatives during this crisis.

    You can read the full post here.

    I hope you are well,
    - Alex Clark
    - CEO, CASAA

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    Written by Roberto Sussman1 and Carmen Escrig2
    1Institute for Nuclear Sciences, National University of México UNAM. Physics PhD. Director of Pro-Vapeo México AC
    2Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. Biology PhD specialized in Virology. Coordinator of the Medical Platform for Tobacco Harm Reduction in Spain.
    Summary
    PURPOSE The spread of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic provides fertile ground for spreading misinformation on vaping. Vapers must be equipped with solid information and data to counterargue.

    ON SMOKING. The relation between smoking and the progression to severe conditions of COVID-19 is still uncertain, though identified vulnerability conditions for this progression (cardiovascular and respiratory disease, diabetes) in mostly senior patients are strongly correlated with long term harms from smoking.

    ON VAPING. There is no evidence that vaping (intrinsically) increases the risk of infection or progression to severe condition of COVID-19. When evaluating risks on vapers it is necessary to consider that most are ex-smokers or still smokers. Vapers with a long previous smoking history could exhibit conditions seen in vulnerable patients. However, this would not be an effect of vaping but of previous smoking. Since completely switching from smoking to vaping improves cardiovascular and respiratory conditions, smokers who switch to vaping are expected to have a better prognosis if infected by SARS-CoV-2

    ON PROPYLENE GLYCOL (PG) AS DISINFECTANT. Because of its hygroscopic nature PG vapor (not droplets) can act as environmental disinfectant wiping out pathogens under specific physical conditions. However, there is no evidence on whether this effect will work on SARS-CoV-2 and in the context of vaping.

    ON ENVIRONMENTAL VAPOR. While there are no reported and verified cases of contagion, the saliva droplets carrying SARS-CoV-2 virus are much heavier than the rapidly moving volatile droplets of exhaled vapor. Therefore, vapor exhaled by an infected vaper is likely to spread as much viruses as in normal respiration in the personal breathing zone, far less and far closer than spreading by sneezing or coughing.

    RECOMMENDATIONS. The precautions to prevent contagion from virus carried by e-cigarette vapor are the same “social distancing” measures recommended to all the population including non-vapers: avoid physical contact and proximity to others. For vapers specifically: vape with low powered devices, avoid vaping in public indoor spaces and in outdoor spaces vape at least 2 mts away from others. (read more . . .)
     
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    You beat me to this! Here's the link to the full article: http://www.casaa.org/news/vaping-covid-19/
     
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    Today's Health Thought:

    “When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot, and hang on.”

     
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    Homemade Chest Rub Recipe
    Chest rubs are handy and beneficial to many. The beauty of this DIY formulation? You only need five simple ingredients.

    Total Time: 30 minutes | Uses: 30-60

    Ingredients
    ½ cup coconut oil
    ¼ cup olive oil
    ¼ cup grated beeswax
    20 drops peppermint essential oil
    20 drops eucalyptus essential oil
    Glass jar

    Directions

    1. Pour the olive oil, coconut oil and beeswax into a jar.
    2. Place a saucepan with 2 inches of water over medium low heat.
    3. Place the jar in a saucepan and allow the oils to melt. Stir to combine.
    4. Once combined, allow to cool slightly and add in essential oils
    5. Pour mixture into metal tins or storage containers and allow to set.
     
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    Hi Jim,

    On yesterdays Facebook Live COVID-19 Preventing Fibro Flares Q&A I discussed the importance of staying calm, reducing stress and preventing fibro flares. If you’ve found your get up and go has got up and went, then you may be suffering Adrenal Fatigue.

    The link below will take you to the Jump Start video series. I encourage you to watch all of them. However, video number four is the one that discusses how to increase your mental and physical energy, resistance to stress, and overcome adrenal fatigue.

    Here is the link to watch the free videos -
    --> Essential Therapeutics Product Videos

    You can also watch a replay of -

    --> Yesterdays Facebook Live Q&A

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    Functional Medicine
    Functional medicine doctors recognize that certain germs trigger unwanted infections. These germs include cold, flu, herpes, mono, and other viruses.

    But rather than blaming the germ, functional medicine focuses on the underlying health of the host or their terrain.

    The goal of functional medicine is to optimize and restore balance to the body’s own self-healing mechanisms to prevent or overcome disease.

    I believe optimal health is created through maintaining a healthy diet, ongoing health habits (exercise, prayer, mediation, hobbies, etc.), genes, environment, emotional and physical stress, and nutritional status-all determines the health of our terrain and resistance to dis-ease.

    God Gave The Ability To Be Self Healing Dynamos
    Humans are born with an innate, inborn healing system. We don’t have to think about mending a broken bone, healing a cut finger or fighting off a virus.

    Our body is equipped with the chemicals and genetic instructions needed to stay healthy. Genetics, environment, emotions, stress, diet, daily habits, and lifestyle all play a role in determining the state of our health. But the healthier our terrain, the less likely we will be vulnerable and attract disease.

    What do you need to do to have a healthy terrain?
    • Drink at least 64 ounces of water a day.
    • Stay well hydrated.
    • Avoid sugar it compromises your immune system.
    • Avoid stress L
    • Get plenty of rest. Consistent deep restorative sleep is crucial.
    • Eat healthy. Avoid “junk food.”
    • Laugh often.
    • Stretch or gentle exercise on a daily basis.
    • Stay connected to family and friends. Pick up your phone and give them a call.
    The BEST thing you can do to reduce your risk of COVID-19 infection is to avoid coming in contactSelf quarantine. And practice super vigilant hygiene-frequently wash your hands any time you go out in public. See past blogs for a full list of preventative measures. with it in the first place.

    Please know that stress can compromise your immune system and sabotage your terrain.
    Second, on the list is to remain calm. Don’t stress out, it will only lead to more stress and a weakened immune system. Meditate, pray, do easy stretches and exercise daily. Turn off the news and watch a funny movie or “oldie.”

    As my southern mother used to say “this too shall pass.”

    Third, address any underlying health issues with the appropriate nutrients. Take good multivitamin, digestive enzyme, probiotic, etc.

    And if you want to boost your immune system or be prepared if you do get infected, read more about the natural supplements I’m recommending for my patients (see below).

    A strong immune system and healthy body is your best defense against COVID-19 or any illness.
    By the way its said that Pasteur renounced his germ theory on his death-bed, saying that “Bernard is right. The microbe is nothing. The environment is everything.”



    What If Pasteur Was Wrong?

    Pasteur’s friend, the physiologist Claude Bernard (1813-1878), argued instead for the importance of balance in the body’s internal environment – what he called le milieu intérieur“ or terrain theory.

    The terrain theory initiated by Claude Bernard and later built upon by Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908), claimed there was a healthy terrain which could handle various pathogenic (disease causing) microorganisms that were encountered. Béchamp’s research revealed that our bodies are, in effect, are “mini ecosystems.”

    When an individual’s internal ecosystem becomes weakened (dis-ease)—whether due to poor nutrition, toxicity, stress, trauma, or other factors—it changes the function of the microbes that are naturally present in the body, producing disease.

    In other words, microorganisms only become pathogenic (cause of disease) after the host’s cellular “terrain” has been compromised.

    The renowned 20th century French-American microbiologist René Dubos (1901-1982) agreed with Bernard’s terrain principle: “Most microbial diseases are caused by organisms present in the body of a normal individual. They become the cause of disease when a disturbance arises which upsets the equilibrium of the body.”

    Modern research validates the terrain theory with numerous studies showing how a healthy terrain can repel certain disease processes, including viruses, bacteria, and even ulcers.

    For instance, consider the study In Science, which looked into immune responses to Heliobacter –a germ/pathogen, strongly associated with ulcers, chronic gastritis, stomach cancer, and other gut issues.

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    The researchers looked at what happened to mice when samples of the bacteria were introduced into their guts under differing conditions. They found that introducing it into healthy mice raised in a nearly germ-free environment, caused no harm.

    But when the same type of bacteria was introduced to the gut of an unhealthy mouse with colitis (inflammation of the colon), it caused an immune threat response by causing the gut inflammation to even become worse.

    Humans are mostly microbes/germs, over 100 trillion of them. These viruses, bacteria, and other microbes outnumber our human cells ten to one. The majority of these microbes live in our gut, particularly in the large intestine. The bacteria in the microbiome help digest our food, regulate our immune system, protect against other bacteria that cause disease, and produce vitamins including B vitamins B12, thiamine and riboflavin, and other needed vitamins. The microbiome is essential for human development, immunity and nutrition. The bacteria living in and on us are not invaders but beneficial colonizers.

    Researchers who study the microbiome point out that under optimal circumstances, exposure to microorganisms educates the immune system “from the moment we are born”—and that “correct microbial-based education of immune cells may be critical in preventing the development of autoimmune diseases and cancer.

    Diminished microorganism diversity in the gut has been associated with a variety of conditions including “allergies, diabetes, obesity, arthritis, inflammatory bowel diseases and mood disorders.

    The presence of germs does not constitute the presence of a disease. Germs or bacteria have no influence, whatsoever, on live cells. They are not the cause of the disease, any more than rats, flies and maggots cause garbage. Flies, maggots, and rats do not cause garbage but rather feed on it. You normally don’t find rates in a clean environment. However, rats are common in garbage-plagued areas.

    Rudolf Virchow, father of the germ theory, stated in his later years, “If I could live my life over again, I would devote it to proving that germs seek their natural habitat–diseased tissues–rather than causing disease.”
    We do not catch diseases. We do however, invite them through our choices in what we eat, drink, and think, our daily habits, and lifestyle. These choices, day in, day out year after year, create our internal environment and the state of our health! Healthy choices typically are rewarded with a healthier terrain. Poor health choices, over time, create the environment for disease.
     
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    Functional Medicine
    Functional medicine doctors recognize that certain germs trigger unwanted infections. These germs include cold, flu, herpes, mono, and other viruses.

    But rather than blaming the germ, functional medicine focuses on the underlying health of the host or their terrain.

    The goal of functional medicine is to optimize and restore balance to the body’s own self-healing mechanisms to prevent or overcome disease.

    I believe optimal health is created through maintaining a healthy diet, ongoing health habits (exercise, prayer, mediation, hobbies, etc.), genes, environment, emotional and physical stress, and nutritional status-all determines the health of our terrain and resistance to dis-ease.

    God Gave The Ability To Be Self Healing Dynamos
    Humans are born with an innate, inborn healing system. We don’t have to think about mending a broken bone, healing a cut finger or fighting off a virus.

    Our body is equipped with the chemicals and genetic instructions needed to stay healthy. Genetics, environment, emotions, stress, diet, daily habits, and lifestyle all play a role in determining the state of our health. But the healthier our terrain, the less likely we will be vulnerable and attract disease.

    What do you need to do to have a healthy terrain?
    • Drink at least 64 ounces of water a day.
    • Stay well hydrated.
    • Avoid sugar it compromises your immune system.
    • Avoid stress L
    • Get plenty of rest. Consistent deep restorative sleep is crucial.
    • Eat healthy. Avoid “junk food.”
    • Laugh often.
    • Stretch or gentle exercise on a daily basis.
    • Stay connected to family and friends. Pick up your phone and give them a call.
    The BEST thing you can do to reduce your risk of COVID-19 infection is to avoid coming in contactSelf quarantine. And practice super vigilant hygiene-frequently wash your hands any time you go out in public. See past blogs for a full list of preventative measures. with it in the first place.

    Please know that stress can compromise your immune system and sabotage your terrain.
    Second, on the list is to remain calm. Don’t stress out, it will only lead to more stress and a weakened immune system. Meditate, pray, do easy stretches and exercise daily. Turn off the news and watch a funny movie or “oldie.”

    As my southern mother used to say “this too shall pass.”

    Third, address any underlying health issues with the appropriate nutrients. Take good multivitamin, digestive enzyme, probiotic, etc.

    And if you want to boost your immune system or be prepared if you do get infected, read more about the natural supplements I’m recommending for my patients (see below).

    A strong immune system and healthy body is your best defense against COVID-19 or any illness.
    By the way its said that Pasteur renounced his germ theory on his death-bed, saying that “Bernard is right. The microbe is nothing. The environment is everything.”
     
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