In this episode, Baubiologists, Ron and Lisa Beres, speak with doctors Justyna and Victor Sanders about the risks, symptoms, and outcomes of the current COVID-19 pandemic. We delve into which portion of the population is at the highest risk of contracting COVID-19 and take a deep dive into what the short-term and long-term effects are. We discuss treatments that can help prevent acquiring the virus, surprising foods that can keep your immune system strong, what’s soap got to do with, and finally what remedies are lurking on the hopeful-horizon.
You’ll also discover what the hack optimizing versus boosting your immune system really means. You’ll learn how to prepare your immune system to be well-equipped to fight the infectious disease known as COVID-19. Husband and wife, Dr.’s Justyna, and Victor Sanders will share their thoughts on which plant-based foods can aid in the prevention of the novel coronavirus and the supplements you should NOT take if you contract COVID-19. Lastly, the dynamic doctor duo will unpack herd immunity and antibodies and share a peek into what the future landscape looks like for us all.
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