As you can see in the slide, Vitamin D levels greater than 30 ng/ml show significantly reduced Covid-19 severity (The name of the Vitamin D test your Dr will order is called a 250HD3 and he recommends taking the higher end of the Vitamin D dose for about 6 days or until the levels stay above 40 ng/ml in the blood).
Other recommendations from the talk: Check for deficiencies of Zinc, Vitamins A, C, E, Selenium, Omega 3 fish oil, rhodiola, elderberry, and echinacea. (Hey we make that one!)
Do Not overload with the supplements as a preventative, but make sure you have the recommended amounts. Individual Vitamin supplementation is recommended rather than a multivitamin, and he recommended capsules over tablet form.
He did state emphatically that if you have an auto-immune disease you SHOULD NOT take immune enhancing herbs- like the echinacea and the Elderberry (Sambucus).
Perhaps the easiest way to protect your respiratory system: Garlic. Eat it until it comes out of every pore of your body! That’s how you know your system is working...
Combined with a healthy diet, good sleep schedule, and daily exercise, we feel these are easy additions to optimizing your health. So buy your family a big bottle of Vitamin D, and buy one for someone with other risk factors such as diabetes and heart conditions... It might take a week for the levels to rise up. Dr. Bergner says it might even save someone's life!
Stay safe everyone! Peace & Love to all,
Marc Fendel (& owner Jayne)
P.S. This is information concerning the healthy person who may have been exposed, or a compromised person who is at high risk in other ways. Once there is the onset of fever and chills you will be moving on the deeper acting herbs or the hospital depending on the severity. He also advises that this progression can come on suddenly. And (so much info) another thing to recognize is that an older person has a much lower resting temperature, so a low grade fever for them may be under 98*. It might be a good idea for us to create a temperature diary to track our normal temps so we have something to compare it to later if we start feeling other symptoms.