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To Support a Stronger Immune System

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Although the COVID era is history, it should not be downsized in importance, from both the historical aspect and the medical.  I remember the opening days, before the pandemic became a household nomenclature, people everywhere thought in terms what they were feeling was only a flu, and there was nothing to worry about.  Although many of the symptoms between the flu and COVID-19 are similar, things are quite different especially the incubation period—as the Vox video showed.  Seasonal flu deaths in the US in 2018-19 hovered between 30,000 and 40,000.  In the winter of 2017-2018, it hit 60,000.   With COVID-19, which you may say began in Jan. 2020 here in the States while others say Feb, depending on who you talk to, it was not even Feb. when, sorry to say, numbers began to climb in an alarming rate and the number killed (as of Jan. 20 noon) due to COVID-19 hit 414,083, and still mounting.   At the start, the more immunized people were, the more one could be protected, as they say, but immunization did not exist until months down the trail, it must be remembered


However, please remember, no human immune system had seen this sickness before.  There is no natural immunity to COVID-19.  In the case of the flu, a combo of the old flu shot with staying healthy by exercising always seemed to be helpful.  I still believe in exercise, however there is a recent study that just showed up from another corner of the world that bears taking heed.  Please see these series of videos with very helpful information you should learn about; Exercise on the Cellular level.. lower right controls sound.

Something More on Health

Strengthening your immune system was and is important.  Everyone on the planet is susceptible to this hideous contagious disease but, why not try lessening the compromise of the immune system?  It was discovered, one is able to strengthen the immune system by a system of aerobic exercises. 

An aerobic routine plays a greater part on our lives than at first thought.


Aerobics create a group of amino acids that clear out damaged proteins. This bit about amino acids was very important in the research world.   These educational videos were condensed for you so that everybody can see them.   They aired on KDOC TV, on a nice segment called Circle of Health, reported by ace reporter Denise Dador.  My immense gratitude to KDOC and ABC.  Yet, how to do it and still keep some social distancing was the trick.   Of course, nobody was going to force you.  And if you didn’t care, well, what can I say?  Other than, you got to believe in yourself. 

You got to believe in yourself that COVID-19 could be licked.   And, think in terms that your “todays” can turn into a better tomorrow.  I wasn’t co-captain in soccer and ran in the 10,000 meters in school for nothing without thinking that there can be a better tomorrow, you know.  I guess it was a kind of a success, we took League champions for two years in soccer and in the 10,000 got gold.   Your uncle or your brother or sister are not going to do it for you.  You have to create a structure that also lasts over some period of time, not some 1 week deal and quit.  Only you can take the first step, and as my old track coach Greg used to say, and be consistent.   Consistency is key in the sense that you start off right, and continue over a period of say weeks or months. . .  without getting injured.  Don’t forget to stretch.  If you are all new to this, I suggest doing the first week or two on a 1 day exercise, 1 day off completely, then 1 day on, 1 day off etc. for at least the first week or even 2 if you are really out of shape.  Consult your doctor, too.  Perhaps, it’s best also to do it with someone or a gang of people; that way you are no quitter and chicken out after a month.  Keep track of your progress. [Web designer tip: after viewing this web page, press R (reload) to refresh, as this page is Ram intensive.]

Five minutes on source of amino acids and what are amino acids?

Some Memorial Day weekenders.

The importance of amino acids.

The facet of letting our guard down.  NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reported a news piece on not to let our guard down or else!

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At the Cellular Level442

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