On a zoom call about the Coronavirus, Dr. Brouse suggests we keep our White Blood Cell Lymphocytes above 1500 and Globulin 2.4 to 2.8. The C Reactive Protein score below 0.8.
He warns us that the 1918 Spanish Flu deaths were even greater with the second round. We need to up our Immune Systems and not get complacent over the summer when the numbers decrease. We must be ready for the Fall season when the virus will likely have mutated so the vaccines won’t be as effective.
The main recommendations are warm liquids so our bodies stay hydrated. We don’t want dry upper respiratory passages for the viruses to get stuck. We want the bugs to slip down our digestive track where our intestines know how to deal.
Rest is important to build all our systems for daily repair and replacement of cells when our body isn’t dealing with activities.
The supplement recommendations are:
1. The basics of the multi-vitamins and Protein for all the “alphabet of nutrients” to make up all the words/cells of a healthy body.
Specific suggestions for Immune System builders are:
1. Nutri-Feron - Key in tumor preventing interferon, but also has virus protection components.
2. Vita-C - The glue that holds all our cells together.
3. D3 - Is kind of the bookkeeper and needs the light of the sun to keep track that all the body systems are doing their jobs and get paid.
4. Zinc - to make sure the mucous membranes stay whole
5. Optiflora DL - for the Lacto Bacillus - good bacteria - we need for good digestion, particularly of the B vitamins we need to cope with stress.
6. Garlic - Many studies showing the value of garlic in fighting colds and flus.
7. DR-Defend and Resist - for protecting the lining of our throats and such. The caution is to take a break every 10 days as Elderberry and Echinacea build up and become ineffective.
Dr. Brouse received his Master’s Degree in Biochemistry from Western States College of Colorado in 1970. When in the Army, he was appointed by the US Surgeon General to conduct metabolic research at the Burn Research Center in San Antonio, Texas from 1970 through 1972. He served as Professor of Clinical Nutrition, and an Instructor of Minor Surgery and Proctology at Western States Chiropractic College for many years. He is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition, a member of the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, and of the National Health Federation.