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Make Immune Systems
Strong Again

Covid-19 has been the number one health concern for over a year. What have we learned about this potentially deadly disease that we have control over?

Well, scroll down to discover what we know so far…

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It may surprise you, but we know that:
100% of the admitted to the hospital for Covid-19 had vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency.
Low vitamin D levels are associated with an increase in inflammatory cytokines.
High blood sugar may worsen your outcome when hospitalized.

3 Steps to Make your Immune System Strong Again

1. Know your Starting Point

Before you start, it is important to know where you are
with your levels of important nutrients.

Western medical advice is way too conservative when recommending the dose for vitamin D for the average person.

There are several factors why so many people are vitamin D deficient. You may think that you spend plenty of time outdoors and therefore are sufficient in vitamin D.

But dark skinned people don’t make as much vitamin D when out in the sun, because melanin blocks the production of vitamin D, and we’ve been trained to always wear sunscreen and this also blocks the body’s natural production of vitamin D when out in the sunshine.

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2. Control of Your Blood Sugar

The next step to create and maintain a Strong Immune System
is getting your blood sugar under control.

Female Diabetic Doing a Glucose Level Finger Blood Test at Home . High Level of Blood Sugar

Blood sugar regulation and vitamin D levels are very easy to fix!!! 

Why wouldn’t the average person want to focus on these two things to ensure a strong immune system? 

While you may have received one of the Covid-19 vaccines available, we are not sure if they will be effective against new variants of the virus and booster shots or newer vaccines may be necessary in the future. Normalizing blood sugar and having adequate vitamin D may just be your best bet against the current Covid strains and, perhaps, other viruses and diseases! 

We’ve seen these in different studies, you don’t need to have Type 2 Diabetes to have worse outcomes when hospitalized for Covid-19, even having elevated blood sugar is enough to be more likely to need a ventilator.

3. Get Assistance to Achieve Results

Save time and get better results by following a personalized program for a healthier life.

As your coach, I accompany you in your journey starting from the lab tests to know where you are and helping you create a personalized program that adjusts to your conditions and allows you to Make Your Immune System Strong Again against COVID-19 and most other diseases or health conditions. 

Contact me today for a complimentary consultation!

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Labs

Test Your Immune System

Know where you are with your Immune System

Insulin Resistance

Check for prediabetes, diabetes, and insulin resistance.

Inflammation Report

Check you're level of inflammation.

Vitamin Status

Check the levels os some important nutrient for immune protection.

* Lab test done through LabCorp

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Health Coaching

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One-on-one health coaching sessions with Michelle Sala.

Comprehensive Program

Six (6) sessions of 30 minutes to create a path to a stronger immune system.

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Supplement Your Diet

Get your Vitamins and Nutrients to optimal level.

Find Your Supplement Mix

Support your immune system, bone integrity and anti-aging process.

Strenthen your Immune System

Strengthen the body’s innate self-repair and self-heal system.

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Challenge yourself to make your immune system strong in 90 days.
It's time to take care of your health and Make your Immune System Strong Again.

Disclaimer: Please note that these recommendations are based on my personal opinions which have been formed by my own research and are not meant to be a diagnosis or a replacement for any current treatment you and your health care providers have deemed necessary. Any changes you make in your supplementation or diet are the sole responsibility of you and your health care providers, should you choose to follow these recommendations.
For more info about vitamin deficiency, check the following resources
[1] Vitamin D deficiency among patients with COVID-19: case series and recent literature review – PubMed (nih.gov)
[2] Evidence Regarding Vitamin D and Risk of COVID-19 and Its Severity – PubMed (nih.gov)
[3] High Blood Sugar May Worsen Outcome When Hospitalized for COVID-19 (creakyjoints.org)
[4] Hospitalized COVID-19 patients fare worse when they have high blood sugar: High blood sugar linked to higher risk of death in patients with and without diabetes — ScienceDaily
[5] What Vitamin D Dosage Is Best? (healthline.com)

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