Reliable, science and research-backed-information on how to protect yourself from the virus pandemic from 40+ year health veteran, bestselling author and award winning nutritionist, Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., C.N.S.
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What we all thought would be 2 weeks of hunkering down at home for the greater good has turned into months on end with no mainstream medical answers for stopping the spread of this virus.
Did you know the lung inflammation – and cough – from a viral respiratory infection can last for up to 2 months after the rest of your symptoms are gone?
Your mouth and throat contain the first line of defense for fighting off pathogens like bacteria and viruses, and what you drink can help shore up those defenses for stronger immunity.
Your heart is racing, your head is pounding, you’re sweating, dizzy, nauseous, and every muscle in your body feels tight. Right now, more than 40 million adults in the U.S. alone are struggling with an anxiety disorder, making it the most common mental health problem.
If there’s one thing we need to learn through this pandemic, it’s that the virus is not our real enemy – a weak immune system is.
When social distancing feels more like social isolation, it’s easy for depression to take over – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
The foundation of good gut health – and immunity – begins with what you eat. With more than 70 percent of your immune system housed in your gut, it’s more important than ever to eat the right foods to keep your digestion and immunity in tip-top shape.
Vitamin C supplements are flying off the shelves and have become about as hard to find as toilet paper these days. For a delicious, whole food vitamin C supplement you need look no further than your kitchen!
With stores running low on cleaning products, it’s time to make your own, following CDC guidelines for what actually works during the pandemic.
Passover and Easter share the common themes of redemption, resilience, freedom, and family. To me, there couldn’t be any more inspiring holidays than these two during this time of pandemic and social distancing. Right now, the fear and uncertainty in the air is tangible and we can draw from these holidays for strength, encouragement, and hope.