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Health Confidence and Peace of Mind.

What if all your friends and family were never worried about Covid?

Trina, a Health to the Rescue customer since February 2021, has worried less since increasing her Vitamin D level. Even after experiencing some symptoms that match the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in January 2022, she wasn't stressed. After a few days, she got tested and she was told she was positive for Covid-19. She reported that she "wasn't stressed". She knew her body had already "done the heavy lifting" and that the viral respiratory tract infection was on its way out. She sailed through Covid with mild symptoms and confidence that her body knew what it was doing and could handle this virus.

There is a sense of confidence that comes with being proactive in a healthy lifestyle. While there are no absolutes in health and there are always examples of people who lead a healthy lifestyle getting seriously ill, it is clear that there is a lot of power in being proactive and implementing healthy habits and routines.

Over the past 2 years, we've learned a lot about Covid. Data continues to accumulate, and it all confirms what researchers and health experts predicted at the beginning of the pandemic:

The data shows that healthy people, especially young and healthy people, were never at significant risk of getting sick, having poor outcomes, and/or transmitting this virus.

While any loss of life is tragic, the vast majority of people who suffered with and from Covid were elderly, obese, and deficient in Vitamin D. We are now considering this to be the deadly triad. The combination of Vitamin D deficiency with obesity and old age made a severe case of Covid almost inevitable. Amongst all the public health measures that were broadcast during the pandemic, possibly the most important thing that could have been recommended was to clean up your lifestyle, lose weight if necessary, and optimize your Vitamin D level.

While you can't do anything about age (it happens over time), the good news is that you can control your lifestyle, diet, exercise, and Vitamin D level.

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