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Ultimate Immunity Stack: Redwood, Sensolin, zuBROTH, zuRELIEF & zuACV

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1. Vitamin C + Garlic In High Doses.

Vitamin C is one of the well-known immune system boosters, and it is selling out in stores rapidly right now. Vitamin C is most useful in prevention of viral or bacterial infections, not necessarily in curing them.  Recommended dosage is 1-2g daily.

Garlic has extensive research showing potent antibacterial & antimicrobial properties. Recommended dose is 300mg-600mg daily of garlic extract daily.

2. Make sure you eat protective amino acids like glycine & proline.

The perfect place to start on our hunt for natural compounds that can help us lower degenerative inflammation, is to examine inflammatory cytokines, namely what compounds are involved in their reaction process.

Ultimately, the restoration of real health - Thermo - back into your body will almost always end with micronutrients, such as amino acids. 

It turns out that the inflammatory cytokine reaction increases in prevalence with glycine deficiencies. This makes a lot of sense because glycine has an inhibitory action, and via glycine-gated chloride channels in immune cells, can temper many inflammatory cytokines, including IL-6. 

The important thing to understand about amino acids is the fact that in our modern culturally-normal diets, especially in the Western world, we tend to eat a lot of muscle meat, and eschew meats such as organs, as well as collagen-rich connective tissue and bones from the animal. 

This leads to an amino acid imbalance over time in your body, causing deficiencies in amino acids that your body needs for important cellular processes while increasing circulating amounts of other amino acids into a surplus, which can ultimately be harmful. 

For example, muscle meats, which do contain small amounts of glycine, are much higher in methionine, an amino acid that gets converted into the universal methyl donor SAMe. Your body has innate methionine-regulating mechanisms to get rid of excess methionine, however these mechanisms are dependent on the presence of adequate glycine to operate properly. 

Without enough glycine, and especially with high amounts of circulating methionine, your body has a difficult time creating glutathione, the “master antioxidant” that is so crucial for regulating inflammation and your immune system in general. 

The liver cannot keep up with the demand of trying to synthesize endogenous glycine via the glycine-serine pathway because you eventually run out of the “raw materials” involved in the process. Excess methionine sends your system into overdrive, trying to constantly get rid of it. 

This results in widespread degenerative inflammation in your body. Quite simply, consuming more glycine can stop this. 

And luckily, glycine is quite easy to get in high amounts, and very affordable. I personally consume between 10-15g of glycine per day from UMZU collagen protein and grass-fed bone broth, adding the collagen protein to fruit smoothies, which is important because I also regularly eat a pound of grass-fed beef or game muscle meat (elk, buffalo, venison) daily, which contains more methionine than glycine. You need to balance the amino acid ratio. 

3. Natural ACE Inhibition

One of the ways harmful viruses enter the cell is through the ACE receptor. Blocking this receptor naturally can be a good way to protect against viral infiltration of the cell, which blocks the virus' ability to express RNA that can modify the cell, and replicate the virus. 

Vasodrive-AP/Amealpeptide is a natural ACE inhibiting enzyme that may aid in prevention of issues. We've accordingly shipped bottles of Redwood to all of our employees with recommendations to take a full dose every 12 hours (once in the morning and once in the evening) to hopefully help protect them and keep them healthy.

4. Keep your blood sugar as stable as possible.

David Sinclair, PhD from Harvard University, has spent the past week reading the recently published viral studies and he points out on a comprehensive Twitter thread how viral infections are highly correlated with elevated blood sugar and A1C levels, which is why diabetics are considered to be one of the high-risk groups for infection. 

Stabilizing blood sugar levels is very important, so we've also sent bottles of Sensolin to all of our UMZU employees with instructions to take one capsule with each meal. 

    Please be considerate of everyone around you - we're all experiencing this together.