Coronavirus and How to Stay Healthy

by | Mar 17, 2020

These past few weeks have been a roller coaster of stress and emotions. I have received so many wonderful e-mails on how to support your immune system and reduce stress during this uncertain time. I do believe we need to do our part and reduce the spread of this virus, it is serious.

My natural path, Emma Lane, put together a great newsletter on how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from getting this virus. I have added some additional information on reducing stress as well, as stress about the virus could cause more harm to some than the virus itself.

Tips To Lower Your Coronavirus Risk

Having established good health and wellbeing already, this will assist you in lowering your potential risk when coming into contact with any viruses. Please do not be stressed in regards Coronavirus as it continues to make headlines , here are some tips that Emma has provided, in order for you to create a good defense plan and further lower your risk.

  1. In general, avoid public places as much as possible in the coming months. Such as the tube, train, airports, restaurants etc. If you are eating out in a restaurant, then avoid buffets, go for sit down meals.
  2. If you are sneezing, sneeze into your elbow, rather than into your hand, or into a tissue if you have one to hand, so that you are reducing the likelihood of spreading anything you are carrying, so for the benefit of others, not just for yourself. 
  3. Make sure that you regularly wash your hands with soap especially if you have been touching surfaces in the general public domain, and before preparing food, or putting food into your mouth. Carry the Orega spray (a multi-purpose protector against bacteria, viruses etc.) in your bag or with you in person at all times. Spray your hands on a regular basis plus spray any surfaces that you are coming into contact with, plus any rooms you go into.
  4. If you are going into public places such as tubes, planes, airports it would be very sensible to wear an N95 mask, and also utilize a personal ionizer.
  5. Make sure you are getting appropriate levels of sleep. Please remember between the hours of 10.00pm and 2.00am, that is the optimum period of time for physical repair i.e immune system activation. If you miss that time period then you are not getting the optimal immune activation and protection.
  6. Avoid sugar as much as possible, as sugar suppresses the immune system.
  7. Concentrate on eating good quality food that provides a lot of antioxidants, or utilize something like Antioxidant Formula.
  8. Either get sun exposure or utilize a Vitamin D & K supplement.
  9. Minimize any behaviors that suppress the immune system i.e avoid drinking alcohol, avoid over exercising, lack of sleep, smoking whether 1st or 2nd hand, if you are taking any medication please remember that steroids, anti-histamines and acid reflux medications can have a suppressing effect on the immune system.
  10. Carry Silver Blaster with you at all times, to use when around people that are showing indications of flu, cold or viruses, or if you are in public areas. Spray twice into the mouth, throughout the day when needed. If do not have this try another type of supplement with colloidal silver and oregano oil.


In regards to supplements these are the things Emma would suggest in the next 2 – 3 months to make sure you have beneficial support, in regards to colds, flu and viruses in general.

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin D & K
  • Zinc
  • L Lysine Extra
  • Probiotics
  • Elderberry Extract capsules
  • Liquid Gold Colostrum/Oramune Max

Reducing Stress

Kundalini yoga breath of fire helps a great deal with reducing stress. Try this breathing technique when you feel overwhelmed or anxious.


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