Can You Clean Coronavirus Off Your Food?

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  • Evidence suggests there’s little reason to be concerned about coronavirus on your food. There are no known cases of food or food packaging transmission of COVID-19
  • Conventionally accepted food safety guidelines should be followed. Cook your food well. Takeout can be reheated if you’re concerned about contamination. Fresh produce should be washed under running water
  • Do not use hand soap, dish soap or bleach to clean your produce
  • Raw food is also unlikely to cause COVID-19, even if it’s contaminated by a cough or sneeze. The reason for this is because respiratory viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 reproduce in your respiratory tract, not your digestive tract, which is where your food goes
  • A sensible way to minimize any risk associated with contaminated food packages, however potentially small, would be to transfer the food to a clean container and wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds after discarding the original container

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Transmission of coronavirus accelerates; 2,143 cases as of Sunday in Mexico

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico had risen to 2,143 and deaths totaled 94, Deputy Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell told a press conference on Sunday evening. Continue reading

Ozone Therapy for Coronavirus

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  • One of the most important factors in healing is oxygen. Ozone helps improve oxygen delivery in your body by causing more oxygen to be released by hemoglobin and improving red blood cell flexibility, allowing the red blood cells to travel through small capillaries better
  • Ozone also improves ATP production, increases key antioxidants and nitric oxide, which improves blood circulation, and modulates the immune system, increasing certain cytokines that reduce inflammation and decreasing certain cytokines that increase inflammation
  • Even though ozone dissipates quickly, it creates a whole host of downstream metabolites — messenger molecules — that may kill pathogens and upregulate your immune system, and they last for days
  • Ozone therapy can be done at home and include rectal, vaginal and ear insufflation, along with drinking ozone water; ozone saunas can be done too
  • The coronavirus is a lipid-coated virus, and if you disrupt that lipid coat, you reduce or eliminate its infectivity. Ozone attacks lipids, and viruses cannot repair that damage. Thus, ozone may effectively destroy the virus

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Can UV Light Kill Coronavirus?

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  • UV light can control the transmission of airborne-mediated microbial diseases and may be useful with COVID-19
  • UV light has been used to stop the transmission of C. difficile, tuberculosis, influenza and Ebola
  • UV light has been successful in deactivating MERS, a virus similar to SARS and COVID-19
  • Unlike many medications, UV light can kill resistant viruses that have mutated
  • Sales of UV light devices for decontamination are soaring since the outbreak of COVID-19

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Even in the best-case scenario, hundreds of thousands of Americans could die from the coronavirus

The worst-case scenario for the coronavirus pandemic is too frightening to even think about, but the best-case scenario isn’t exactly a picture of sunshine, according to the predictions of the White House coronavirus task force’s coordinator. Continue reading

FDA aggressively attacking colloidal silver products to clear the way for a Big Pharma coronavirus VACCINE (that will probably kill 100,000 Americans all by itself)

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Companies that sell colloidal silver, which could provide protection against infection with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), now face possible reprimand from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for selling “fraudulent products.” Continue reading

Could Your Nose Mucous Make You a Super Spreader of COVID-19?

We know that a sneeze or cough can spread coronavirus, but scientists are now wondering if a certain composition of the mucous in your nose might make you a super spreader of coronavirus, even if you have no symptoms. Researchers at the University of Utah are so curious about this that they’re setting up a study on how nose mucous spreads the disease, according to a Newswise press release. Continue reading

3 Musts for Pregnant Women During the Coronavirus Pandemic

It’s pretty scary for everyone during this time of COVID-19, and doubly so for moms-to-be. Continue reading

Viral Shutdown Psychology

Social psychology, as opposed to individual psychology, factors in what is happening around us in our civilization, society, personal and intimate relationships. A real understanding of what is happening in our individual consciousness needs to be put into context of the total environment, which today is being dramatically affected because of the stay at home coronavirus lockdown. No one is disputing the fact that the coronavirus has turned life upside down Continue reading

Nutrition and Natural Strategies Offer Hope Against COVID-19

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10 Potent herbs to protect your respiratory system

Chronic respiratory conditions can significantly affect an individual’s quality of life. From breathlessness to chronic chest pain, respiratory conditions cause a host of complications that can impair the flow of oxygen throughout the body. Continue reading

High Heat May Kill the Coronavirus

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  • A recent Chinese investigation suggests COVID-19 is highly sensitive to high temperatures and spreads faster in colder climates; its most rapid spread is occurring at a temperature of 8.72 degrees Celsius (47.7 degrees Fahrenheit)
  • Fever is a core mechanism by which your body fights viral infection. You can simulate a fever by raising your core body temperature in a sauna, steam bath, or by engaging in physical movement to induce sweating
  • A number of studies have investigated the antiviral effects of sauna bathing. For example, a clinical study involving 50 volunteers showed regular sauna bathers had half the rate of common cold compared to nonusers. Those who use a sauna at least two or three times per week also have a lower risk of influenza and pneumonia
  • Sauna use kills bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses and boosts your immune function by increasing white blood cell, lymphocyte, neutrophil and basophil counts. By elevating your core temperature your body also releases heat shock proteins that help block the replication of influenza viruses
  • Coronaviruses (as a general group) incubate in your sinuses for about three days before moving down into your lungs, and appears to be destroyed by temperatures around 133 degrees F (56 degrees Celsius), which can easily be reached in a sauna

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