Eating healthy is about feeling better and enjoying your food more. Let’s focus on what you can choose to feel good, to care for your body and to keep your taste buds happy.  

First, avoid the confusion of dieting: Low fat, low carb, Paleo, Atkins, etc. We’re going to talk about eating real food. Think of foods as they originally come to us from the land and sea. Use concepts like color, variety, freshness and wholeness. Eat slowly, enjoy and pay attention, notice how you feel after you eat. Once you clean up your diet and start eating real food, you actually won’t even crave the overly processed, sweetened and salted products that are sold to substitute for actual food. A rule of thumb: the fewer chemicals you consume, the better.


Whey protein is found in the watery portion of milk left when curds are removed in the making of cheese. Whey protein is considered a complete protein, contains all 9 essential amino acid, is low in lactose content, and easy to digest. A popular diet supplement among people of all ages, it’s included in baby formulas, nutrition shakes for the elderly, weight loss supplements and used by young men wanting to build muscle mass.  

Whey protein is a complex protein made of many building blocks called amino acids. Amino acids in our bodies are primarily used for muscle growth and to repair tissues.


We are rapidly learning, around the world, what is helpful, and not. for Covid-19. There is no reason to believe that the usual protocols that are helpful for viruses will not help now. We are using lifestyle changes and supplements that we know help with viruses, and are working for Covid-19.

It is helpful to approach this in 3 ways:

  • Common sense, public health measures
  • Personal immunity, prevention opportunities
  • Self-care once you are dealing with viral symptoms