Drainage acts on three levels: cellular, tissue, and organ, preparing an efficient route for toxin elimination. Once the drainage pathways are up and running efficiently, the power of detoxification can be fully realized.
Our attention has rightfully focused in the last several months on COVID-19 infection and mortality rates, but after several months of observing surviving patients, we are starting to see many emerging long-term effects of the disease.
Nitric Oxide is a vital molecule in your body and essential to your health. It is important to support N.O. production for a variety of health reasons, including to promote optimal function and exercise.
As we begin to ease Stay at Home restrictions, we must continue to be vigilant and support our immune systems. There are preventive measures (not treatments for disease) you can take which may diminish the likelihood of severe illness.
The immune system requires nutrients to aid its ability to kill off pathogens. Your immune system functions optimally when it is supported with a healthy diet, active lifestyle, and targeted nutritional supplementation.
Taking steps to strengthen our immune function is likely one of the most important preventative strategies against COVID-19. But, it is also important to address any underlying health issues that adversely impact our immune systems.
We are all exposed to various levels of toxins in our food, water or air, and can in everyday items such as lotions, cleaning supplies, furnishings, and building materials. Low-level exposure over long periods of time may add up and eventually contribute to disease.