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In every type of outlet, from TV to print to social media, the medical industry pumps out worry and fear about the current outbreak or next possible pandemic. The time is past due to focus on creating personal HEALTH instead of worrying about and feeding the fear of disease.
Here are 10 simple things that work:
1 | Eat Plant-Based, Whole Foods
I like the recommendations from the American Academy of Lifestyle Medicine: 1) Eat Real Food – “food” that comes in a box or they hand you out a window is not real food. 2) Eat mostly fruits and vegetables, making organic selections as often as you can afford, but particularly stick with organically-raised meats and eggs from free-range chickens. 3) Don’t eat too much. Meaning, portion size is the best way to control the midline bulge.
2 | Avoid the Four Great Whites
White sugar, white flour, white rice, and white cow’s milk are “non-foods.” They provide empty calories without nutritional value.
3 | Avoid GMO Foods
The Institute for Responsible Nutrition has many references and downloadable food lists to help you shop responsibly.
4 | Drink Purified Water
Get rid of sugar-laden juices and soda pops. There are myriad water purifiers on the market all claiming to be the “best.” My recommendation is to buy the best one you can afford. Any one of them is better than no filter at all. Remember they will last for many years, so amortize the cost for the long term.
5 | Wash Your Hands
Hand washing is one of the easiest steps you can take to stay healthy. It involves five simple and effective steps – Wet, Lather, Scrub, Rinse, and Dry. I know this seems like an obvious one, but it’s worth the reminder! The recommended length of time for scrubbing has varied, but global organizations now agree that the ideal time to lather and scrub your hands is about 20 seconds, or about the length of time it takes to sing the song, “Happy Birthday to you!”
6 | Supplement with a Good Quality Vitamin
Our foods just aren’t what they used to be. Our fruits and veggies are not vine-ripened. Our soils are contaminated and depleted. And even if you’re growing many of your own foods, supplementation with a high-quality multivitamin (not a grocery store, cheap One-a-Day) helps fill the nutrient gaps. For picky eaters, I like vitamins from companies such as Juice Plus, Mannatech, Nordic Naturals, and Kirkman Laboratories.
7 | Limit the Time with Gadgets
Kids have become so addicted to their computers and iPhones they have essentially become couch potatoes by the time they are 10-years of age. Limit the amount of time they spend with electronics and on social media. Movement is key to a healthy lifestyle.
8 | Spend Time Outdoors.
Remember when you would leave the house in the morning and be warned to be home by dinner? Get your kids outside to walk, run, play, ride bikes, and exercise.
9 | Lighten Up (or forget about…!) the Sunscreen
Vitamin D has been found to be one of the best immune system supporters and anti-cancer nutrients in the world. Innate immune system health is the best protection from disease. At least 20 minutes per day of sunshine directly on exposed skin is the bare minimum your body needs to produce vitamin D.
10 | Institute a Strict 10 PM Bedtime Rule
This is important year-round but especially during the school year. Remove the computer, phone, and iPad from the room, so there’s no cheating and no EMF exposure while sleeping. Children need 10 hours of sleep every night, from infancy into their teens. Enforced bedtimes will do more for the health of your children – and for your relationship with your partner – than just about anything else you can do.
All of these recommendations also apply to adult health. Take charge of the solution
while keeping your kids – and yourself – healthy and free from vaccines.
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