Many people ask me to test them for antibodies for COVID-19. That is because they want to feel reassured that if they are exposed, they are still protected against getting the disease or passing it along to those in their family who are very vulnerable. However, it appears that a positive antibody test result for COVID-19 is inaccurate according to the CDC. So if you have had an IgG COVID-19 positive test result, do not depend on its accuracy. You might not be protected from infection. And we still do not know how long the protection would last anyway.
So it looks as if we need to depend on natural means of protection once more. Stop salivating for a vaccine. Vaccine makers have never come up with a corona virus vaccine in the past. It is very possible that one will not be developed or it might take quite awhile for one to be ready.
We need to do everything in our power to build up our immune terrain to protect us from illness.
• Stay away from excess sugar and processed foods.
• Eat an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables and other plants.
• Stay well-hydrated with water. Avoid diet pop as much as possible. Limit your intake of caffeine.
• Get sufficient sleep every night.
• Keep moving. Try not to over-exert.
• Stay at peace. Increased stress decreases your body’s ability to fight infection.
• Consider taking the following nutrients
• N-acetyl-cysteine – 600 mg twice daily- adults
• Zinc – 20 to 30 mg daily
• Vitamin D3
• Vitamin C
These are minimum things we need to do during this time. That is because:
“New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that coronavirus antibody test results may still be too inaccurate to be reliably used to determine coronavirus-related policy. In addition, not enough is known about what exactly the presence of antibodies indicates in terms of future immunity, the CDC said on its website.