Poll: Do You Supplement for Resilience Against Covid?
Curious if my readers are being responsible for their own health
I want to see if my readers build their resilience to Covid (and many other diseases) with proven supplements (vitamins and minerals). It’s only one question and will take you about 10 seconds. This poll is totally anonymous. (A name is required, but you can put in anything you’d like.)
Vitamin D deficiency correlates very strongly with severe Covid cases, as I documented recently. Put the other way, people with good Vitamin D counts generally don’t end up in the hospital, ICU, or morgue.
Last year (2021), I exhorted readers to make themselves robust to Covid by taking preventive vitamins and supplements. I also urged readers to order Ivermectin protocol to have on hand in case they should contract Covid. Keep our people off the statistics list and spare them mockery and ridicule.
Now, it’s time to see if that message bore fruit. Please take 10 seconds to answer one question. Check all that apply, and “none” is an option. (If you check None, please do not check any other boxes. Thanks.
Poll closes on January 6, so please do it now.
For reference, here’s the America’s Frontline Doctors’ recommended daily preventive protocol.
SELF-HELP without a Doctor
Zinc 50 mg daily (can take half twice daily if upset stomach)
Quercetin 500 mg twice a day three times a day if sick (switch to HCQ/IVM if available)
Vitamin D3 40,000-50,000 for five days
Melatonin 5 mg - 20 mg nightly for 14 days stomach)
Pepcid 40-80 daily 14 days – women or Cimetidine 400 daily -men
Full Aspirin (325 mg) daily one month
N acetyl cysteine (NAC) Up to 2000-2400 mg 1-2 days, then 1000-1200 mg for a week