Coronavirus Bonus: How to Hack Your Inflammation Storm

Big gun specifics on how to hack the inflammation that may be contributing to coronavirus.

This episode is going to be about how to hack coronavirus. No, I don’t know how to cure it, but we know some things that it does, and here’s some thoughts about what you can possibly do about that. It’s causing damage to people’s hearts in a lot of people, not just lungs, and it seems to do this through increasing inflammation beyond what would be normal, what we call a cytokine storm.

Here are my tips for hacking interleukin-6, which we now understand, based on a new study out of Wuhan, China, that this is one of the ways that the coronavirus is killing people by causing a cytokine storm. It’s the storm of inflammation.

Enjoy the show!


Disclaimer: This information is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any illness or disease.

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Coronavirus Bonus- How to Hack Your Inflammation Storm


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Key Notes

  • How to hack coronavirus – 2:58
  • What would Dave do to hack Interleukin 6 (IL-6) – 5:02
  • Top three – Look at resistant starch (prebiotics), Vitamin D-3 and Andrographis – 10:24
  • If you’re eating fried stuff, and you have lots of sugar, it is going to increase inflammation and IL-6. – 12:10
  • Fix your sleep – 12:33
  • Too much stress is a bad thing – 13:13
  • Toxic mold in your environment – 13:18
  • There are studies that show that having some carbohydrates, some glucose present, is good to fight off a virus infection – 14:52
  • There are several studies supporting low level light therapy – 15:23
  • Melanocyte-stimulating hormone – 15:52
  • Testosterone can inhibit inflammation as well – 16:54
  • One of my favorite herbs of all time is rosemary. – 18:10

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