Below are a few links to pertinent information relative to the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
Relative to the links below, a lot of it deals with the potential benefits that Hydroxychloroquine has to offer. Unfortunately, Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter have elected to censor information from scientists and medical doctors who have an alternative opinion and approach Vs that of the official CDC and WHO guidelines, as to what constitutes proper treatment of CV. Of interest is that while there is strong evidence in my opinion that HCQ works very well if prescribed in the first five days of illness, that is it stops the SARS COV 2 virus from taking hold and unleashing its potential serious damage, the CDC, to my knowledge, recommends no treatment to those that are recently infected other then basics such as stay at home, and take some Tylenol for pain relief and fever if needed. If one’s condition becomes unbearable, and respiratory distress severe, then head off to the hospital for some heroic treatment. Such is the standard of what is considered the proper medical treatment of a CV patient. Whereas alternative medical doctors will typically recommend some or all of the following in the early stages of COVID-19.
Hydroxychloroquine and zinc as a minimum along with vitamins A, C, D, and K2. Regarding vitamin D, get sunshine every day for 20 minutes, to as much of your body as possible, ideally between the hours of 10:00 to 2:00 but an app called DMINDER can tell you the full hours that provide for the beneficial UV-B rays that are so important for your body to make its own Vitamin D from cholesterol. Get your daily sunbath before you shower off all your body’s protective oils. BTW, your vitamin D level is primarily contributed to by sunlight as opposed to say diet. Supplementation can of course assist but it is not as good as the real deal. Along this line, everyone should get their Vitamin D blood levels tested via a blood test, whose cost at Quest via our office is $17, because if your level is below 20 you are at a seriously higher risk for a bad CV outcome then if your level is higher than 20. The ideal level should be about 50-70. It is one of the reasons that African Americans are being hit harder by CV than Caucasians. For the same exposure to sunlight, due to less melanin blocking the UV-B rays, Caucasians will get much more UV-B bang resulting in a greater increase of their Vitamin D levels. Another test to get is your hsCRP which costs about $27 and gives you feedback on the level of inflammation in your cardiovascular system, a known target, and pathway the CV uses to do its damage. Liver enzymes are also helpful as are of course information on one’s blood sugar status such as your HgA1c, a $6.00 test.
Other supplements that are reported to be of value include quercetin (supposedly a half-decent replacement to HCQ), magnesium, and proper hydration. Stay off of sugar and related junk food and get 20 minutes of exercise on a regular daily basis.
Article from Newsweek issue of 7/23/20, from Yale epidemiologist, Harvey Risch MD, Ph.D. on why HCQ should be used to treat CV.See:
Video by Dr. Lisa Koch MD of Tampa FL who agrees and defends the views of the group of 12 MD’s – Americas Front Line Doctors – who stood in front of the US supreme court about 1 1/2 weeks ago holding a press conference (which has since been censored) about the value of using HCQ and stopping the lockdown. See:
BTW, in the scientific method, you never censor a minority opinion. You debate the issues. Fully and openly with no intimidation such as threatening a medical doctors license if he/she wishes to prescribe HCQ or publically wishes to challenge the CDC’s views on the official number of CV deaths (reportedly Dr. Birx has stated that they are inflated by as much as 25%) and/or for context purposes, wants to compare said CV deaths to that of the flu (as the good doctor Fauci has done in the NEJM). To do otherwise under the guise of an all-knowing authority who knows best how everyone should be treated is to infringe on our first amendment rights at a minimum. At a maximum, if they are wrong, and I clearly believe they are, there is blood on their hands. Dr. Zelenko and others have called it a crime against humanity. A petition on the matter has already been filed with the International Criminal Court.
Below is the link to Dr. Koch’s 12-minute video. Hopefully, it is still up. If not you might be able to find it by going to her website.
Dennis Prager Fireside YouTube video talks mainly about the use of HCQ but also about censorship in the US. See:
Besides these links, I would encourage everyone to check out Mercola.com on a regular basis for some good alternative information on this and other health-related topics.
Best of health to all,