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Are You Losing Your Hair?

A number of people have mentioned to me lately that they have been losing their hair. What’s up? COVID infection caused some people to lose hair. Beyond that, I don’t know.

If this has happened to you, up your juice intake and also take vitamins to grow hair.  Additionally, take Ness #4 and 16 enzymes. They help digest undigested proteins after a meal.  This helps hair grow and the strands to be stronger so hair won’t break as easily. Also take Biotin. It has been shown to help hair grow and also help strands thicken.

Here’s what you can do to strengthen your immune system and feed your hair:

  • Juice greens every day.  On days when you can’t juice, mix Garden’s Best Juice Powder in water. They are rich in many antioxidants that support the immune system.
  • Eat raw garlic every day. Raw garlic has anti-viral properties.  It’s a big boost to your immune system. You can juice up a garlic shot— carrots, lemon, ginger, and garlic. Or you can just finely chop up a clove of garlic at night and swallow with water before going to bed.
  • Take Ginger – turmeric shots.  Juice 1 oz of ginger and 1 oz turmeric and mix with an ounce of lemon juice. Take this every day. It’s an immune builder in a shot glass.
  • Don’t eat any sugar. Sugar depresses the immune system. It beats out vitamin C and leaves immune cells weekend and unable to fight like champs. Reduce alcohol. It turns to sugar quickly as do refined carbs. If you are addicted to sweets or carbs, get my Sugar Knockout program with the book.
  • Increase your vitamin C. I’m taking between 5,000 and 6,000 mg daily. Find your ideal amount by taking to bowel tolerance (loose stool) and then cutting back 500 mg. (See below for a good Vitamin C supplement with flavonoids, which makes it more absorbable.
  • Wheatgrass juice. Wheatgrass is a major immune builder. If you can’t juice wheatgrass, get SweetWheat. Watercress is also excellent.  It’s a key ingredient in Garden’s Best Juice Powder.
  • Take Zinc. If the immune system can’t stop a virus from replicating, it goes into overdrive and ramps up inflammation, especially in the lungs. This is what causes viral pneumonia. One of the fierce reactions with Covid-19 is an over-reactive immune response causing severe respiratory infection. A study from Ohio State University shows that zinc “helps control infections by gently tapping the brakes on the immune response in a way that prevents out-of-control inflammation that can be damaging and even deadly.”1 One of the symptoms of zinc deficiency is diminished taste and smell. One of the symptoms for some people with Covid-19 is the loss of taste and smell. I have found no studies or information looking at this correlation, but I do find it interesting. Take 15 mg of zinc daily.
  • Quercetin. One of the most well-studied attributes of quercetin, however, is its antiviral capacity, which has been attributed to three main mechanisms of action:
  1. Inhibiting the virus’ ability to infect cells.     
  2. Inhibiting replication of already infected cells.
  3. Reducing infected cells’ resistance to treatment with antiviral medication. Research funded by the U.S. Department of Defense, published in 2007, found it lowers your risk of viral illness following extreme physical stress, which might otherwise undermine your immune function and render you more susceptible to infections.
  • Homemade chicken soup really is “Jewish penicillin” It has a mild anti-inflammatory effect according to a University of Nebraska Medical Center study. It slows the migration of white blood cells into the upper respiratory tract, which helps relieve symptoms.
  • Exercise supports your immune system. It can flush bacteria out of your lungs, reducing your chance of picking up an airborne illness, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
  • Get some sun. Vitamin D is an immune builder. Take Vitamin D.
  • Tap your thymus gland each and every day.  It is a specialized primary lymphoid organ of the immune system where T cells mature. It is located in the upper anterior (front) part of your chest directly behind your sternum and between your lungs. This helps to stimulate the gland.
  • Sleep like your health depended on it…because it does. This is not the time to stay up late or go out for a late-night event. Lack of sleep can wreak havoc on your immune system.
  • Fear Not!!!  Kick that fear right out the front door.  Fear can actually weaken the immune system. Be prudent and take care of yourself. But don’t let fear come in.


Recipe of the Day
Turmeric Juice Shot

  • 1 oz (about 2-inch chunk) turmeric root
  • 1 oz (about 2-inch chunk) ginger root
  • 1/4 to 1/2 lemon, juiced 

Juice all ingredients, stir, and drink as soon as possible.

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