How to Protect from Coronavirus

10 Tips on How to Protect from Coronavirus


The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a respiratory disease that is rapidly spreading around the world. As you are likely aware, this virus is the most discussed topic in the media, and is creating much panic in the public, as well as having a detrimental impact on many global industries. In light of this global pandemic, we want to offer 10 effective advice on ways how to protect yourself from coronavirus. to protect yourself from getting the coronavirus.


1.  Avoid Large Groups


The most likely way to contract the virus is by being in close proximity to those that already have it. The chances of being in proximity towith someone who has the virus increase significantly in public areas with large groups of people. To better improve your chances of not getting the virus, avoid large groups of people and limit your time in public areas, ideally only going out when you need to for food, groceries, work, and other necessities.


2. Boost Your Immune System

The best way to protect yourself from coronavirus, aside from the obvious avoidance of exposure, is to improve the health of your immune system. The immune system is a complex network of cells and proteins that defends the body against infection. It is the system of the body that works constantly to protect you from viruses, bacteria, and illness. You can improve the health of your immune system through proper nutrition, exercise, sleep, and immune-boosting herbs and supplements.


Some of the most important nutrients for immune health are:

Vitamin C – found in our vitamin C supplement, citrus fruits, tomatoes, kiwi, broccoli, and peppers.

Vitamin E – found in almonds, peanuts, and other nuts, as well as sunflower seeds and other vegetable oils.

Vitamin A – found in orange and yellow vegetables and fruits, most dark green leafy vegetables, eggs, and fortified breakfast cereals.

Vitamin D – the best source of vitamin D is sunlight, but it is also found in mushrooms, fish, eggs, and beef liver.

Folate/folic acid – found in leafy green vegetables, beans, peas, lentils, bananas, and melons.

Iron – found in spinach, oyster, lentil, quinoa, organ meats, and dark chocolate.

Selenium – found in selenium, eggs, sunflower seeds, brown rice, mushrooms, shrimp, chicken and beef.

Zinc – found in whole grains, milk, chickpeas, nuts, oysters, red meat, and poultry.


Our Free Radical Defense Formula is a high-quality organic supplement containing Vitamins A, C, and E, as well as Selenium, Zinc, and several amino acids that support the immune system. It contains a wide spectrum of antioxidants that work hard to protect us against the chemicals, viruses, bacteria, and pollution that can strain our immune systems.


3. Anti-viral Herbs

There are many anti-viral herbs that can protect you from viruses, and are well worth considering for extra protection from the coronavirus. Oregano, garlic, ginger, echinacea, elderberry, and licorice root are each excellent anti-viral herbs to add to your diet for immune protection.


4. Nutrition

Nutrition is essential when it comes to health and immunity. Nutrients provide us with energy and are the building blocks for repair and growth in the body. There are six major nutrients: Carbohydrates, Lipids (fats), Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, and Water. Aim to consume a variety of nutrient-rich and chemical-free foods for improved health and digestion.

Equally important is making sure you follow proper eating protocols to optimize digestion. Digestion is how your body turns food into the nutrients it uses for energy, growth, and cell repair, and when food is improperly digested then many of the nutrients in food remain unused. There are a few simple eating practices that can significantly improve digestion:

  • Chew your food thoroughly before swallowing
  • Eat in a slow and relaxed manner, not when you are anxious or in a hurry
  • Eat mindfully, not when you are driving, watching television, or distracted
  • Enjoy your meal
  • Avoid overeating
  • Follow basic food combining principles such as not mixing fruits with fats


5. Exercise

Exercise causes change in antibodies and white blood cells, which are the body's immune system cells that fight disease. Physical activity causes these antibodies to circulate more rapidly, so they could detect illnesses earlier than they might have before. Physical activity may also help flush bacteria out of the lungs and airways, prevent bacteria from growing due to the increase of body temperature, and slows down the release of stress hormones, which are one of the underlying causes of any illnesses. Regular exercise is a great way to improve your physical health and immunity.


6. Sleep

Another essential way to protect yourself from illness is to ensure you are getting adequate rest. Sleep is when our bodies restore and rejuvenate, to grow muscle, repair tissue, and synthesize hormones. Sleep deprivation can have a very negative impact on physical health, so do your best to get sufficient rest to stay healthy and well.


7. Hygiene

Viruses and bacteria can actually rest on surfaces and can be contracted by us when we come into contact with infected surfaces. Washing your hands often, as well as following proper hygiene protocols can help you to stay protected from infection. Do your best not to touch your face, eyes or mouth unless your hands have been carefully washed.


8. Essential Oils of Tea Tree and Eucalyptus

Both Tea Tree and Eucalyptus essential oils have powerful anti-viral properties and can be made into aerosols that disinfect air and surfaces. One study found that both oils were able to inactive the airborne influenza virus, and remove microbiological particles from the ambient air.

Spraying these oils can purify the air, and inhaling the vapors can protect your lungs from viruses.








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