Coronavirus and the flu: Five ways to protect yourself
March 09, 2020 by Joel Fuhrman, MD
They say that the best defense is a good offense – and when it comes to protecting yourself from the coronavirus and the flu, that’s never been more true. There’s a lot of advice floating around on the internet – some of it good, much of it ridiculous. In this short video, I discuss how to keep yourself and your family safe – and why eating a high-nutrient Nutritarian diet is really the best way to boost your immunity and keep yourself safe from disease.
After you watch the video, I urge you to download this handy infographic which outlines the best practices you can follow to protect yourself from disease. I also recommend that you read my new book, Eat for Life, which includes the latest breakthroughs in nutritional science to help you prevent and reverse disease and live a long, vibrant life.
This handy downloadable document contains information that will help you avoid sickness, and best practices to speed your recovery if you come down with a viral syndrome.
Joel Fuhrman, M.D. is a board-certified family physician, seven-time New York Times bestselling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing, who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional methods. Dr. Fuhrman coined the term “Nutritarian” to describe his longevity-promoting, nutrient dense, plant-rich eating style.
For over 30 years, Dr. Fuhrman has shown that it is possible to achieve sustainable weight loss and reverse heart disease, diabetes and many other illnesses using smart nutrition. In his medical practice, and through his books and PBS television specials, he continues to bring this life-saving message to hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
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