PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE
SOMETIMES ‘TOO CHEESY’ IS GOOD!
The swiss cheese is not edible, but it can save lives. In the ongoing conversation about how to defeat the coronavirus, experts have made reference to the “Swiss cheese model” of pandemic defense.
Multiple layers of protection imagined as cheese slices, block the spread of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. No one layer is perfect; each has holes, and when the holes align, the risk of infection increases. But several layers combined — social distancing, plus masks, plus hand-washing, plus testing and tracing, plus ventilation, plus government messaging — significantly reduce the overall risk. Vaccination will add one more protective layer.
With all these layers you’ve created an impenetrable barrier, and you really can quench the transmission of the virus.
But it requires all of those things, not just one of those things.
Let’s also talk about some of those post covid recovery meals and exercises that you need to do to get back in the game!
WHAT TO EAT?
Is there a supplement to boost immunity?
Yes and No
We are bombarded with a lot of advertisements saying “Take this supplement to boost your immunity!”
So, what’s a person to do?
There’s a lot of buzz right now about ways to boost immunity to fight COVID-19. But there is no one superfood, supplement, or “magic bullet” that will render you impervious to viruses and respiratory infections.
You are in it for the long game. Especially during an outbreak, a short-term healthy eating plan isn’t enough to reduce your risk. A sustained, long-game approach to building immunity makes more sense. There is a wide variety of food that you need to include in your diet. This will give your body proper nutrition to recover from fatigue and weakness.
Try to eat the rainbow – So, 5 to 6 servings a day of different colored fruits and vegetables. Each color provides unique nutrients and immune-supporting antioxidants. Eat legumes such as beans, lentils, and peanuts to get more fiber and minerals. Try to get one serving a day. Make yourself an Edible rainbow-like these:
Swap white grains – (rice, flour, pasta) and cereals (sugars) for whole-grain options, such as oats, whole wheat bread, quinoa, and brown rice.
A little less Meaty – Have meat just once a day or less. Have fish or leaner options, like chicken or turkey.
DRINK! DRINK! – WATER of Course – Drink eight to 10 glasses of water daily.
NOW LET’S BURN’EM CALORIES
JUST KIDDING! Take it a little easy. For your body especially. You need some exercises to keep that ❤️ healthy for nice beats, and those lungs clean so that Rawbert can’t take that oxygen away. (If you know, you know)
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