How To Prepare for Our Return To Work and School – Trust the Science

It’s been a wild six months living through a pandemic, and many of us are still finding our sea legs as we re-enter life outside the home. Soon we will again be spending more time indoors, and heightened vigilance {maintaining social distancing} and diligence {wearing a mask, washing hands and keeping healthy} are key to averting colds, flus and other virus. Whether it’s school, work, personal and social connections, we are all carefully stepping out again, and with that, I’d like to help you do that with confidence.

It’s clear that building and maintaining our  immune support – using vitamins, minerals, fish oils, amino acids and hormones – is essential in keeping us healthy and to safely thin the blood.

Because some of these require my first-time ‘prescription’, I would place your first order into your cart for your check-out; refills do not require new prescription.

Remember, all supplements are not equal

Quality, storage and proper shipping matters; taking rancid or expired product is not healthful. Too often patients report having received poor quality product and higher pricing when purchasing through the internet at large. My e-dispensary assures recently manufactured, properly stored and properly shipped (cold packed for fat soluble vitamins).

Vitamin A – anti-inflammatory vitamin protects the mucosal immune defense systems

Vitamin D – deficiency is associated with an increased susceptibility to infection

Vitamin E – antioxidant plays an important role in the differentiation of immature T cells in thymus

Vitamin K – affects immune and inflammatory responses particularly mediated by T cells

(There is a Vitamin ADEK product where you can get all four in one supplement.)

Vitamin C – antioxidant encourages production of white blood (immune) cells

Zinc  – important mineral  in innate and adaptive immunity, and anti-inflammatory.

Glutathione – antioxidant protects host immune cells optimizes immune system cellular activity

Fish Oil – enhances antibody production; dampens the inflammatory response.

Lumbrokinase – enzymes act as fibrinolytic agents, keeping blood thin to avoid clotting

Turmeric/curcumin – strong anti-inflammatory properties that block the action of inflammatory molecules in the body

Please contact me at susan@drsusanfox.com if you would like to get your home pharmacy ready for Fall.  These products can be drop-shipped to your home.

I also provide acupuncture point prescriptions using either AcuPatches or Ear Seeds. To learn more about this self-care alternative to acupuncture, you can read my last article HERE.

Preparedness is key.  Fear is unhelpful.  Let’s stay strong in bodies, minds and spirits together.

Warmly,