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America's Iodine Expert Dr. Brownstein: Take iodine, vitamins for the coronavirus

“For me, I am driven by two main philosophies: know more today about the world than I knew yesterday and lessen the suffering of others. You'd be surprised how far that gets you.” ― Neil deGrasse Tyson Many people are understandably concerned about contracting the coronavirus, but may not need to be.  It's been known among alternative health practitioners that iodine is widely effective against many pathogens. Dr. Brownstein, author of the book Iodine: Why You Need it, Why You Can't Live Without it  said that "there is no bacteria, virus, parasite or fungus that is known to be resistant to iodine."  Dr. Brownstein asserts that most of the population is low in iodine, and that iodine levels have sharply fallen nearly...

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Prepare for possible loss of utilities

 Definition of complacent 1. marked by self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies: marked by complacency, self-satisfied.  2.  Unconcerned With the coronavirus pandemic spreading throughout America at an accelerated rate, we recommend that you prepare now for any eventual loss of utilities.  We are seeing the beginning of school closings and many are bracing themselves for an interruption in goods and services.  American Hospital Association information shows that hospitals are preparing for 96 million coronavirus cases. 4.8 million hospitalizations, and 480 thousand deaths in America.  Yet Americans are just now starting to prepare for an emergency, although they've been warned time and again to prepare.  Many long term food suppliers are sold out, which shows that...

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Buying an emergency food supply may be the best investment you can make

"When the day of misfortune comes and come it must sooner or later to all, we must be prepared with Christian fortitude to endure the shock." - Henry Kirke White With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the country and world, many are purchasing emergency food supplies in anticipation of emptied grocery shelves. We're going to look at why this is a wise investment, and why you never lose that money. 1.  Our products have a 25 year shelf life.  The money that you spend on emergency food will never be lost; if you don't use it for the coronavirus epidemic or other emergency, you can eat the food within the next 25 years - and never lose a cent. 2.  Empty...

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Prepare NOW: More shortages coming

“Hope for the best, prepare for the worst”  ― Chris Bradford, As the coronavirus continues to explode around the country, it’s becoming obvious that there is a rough road ahead, with possible interruptions in service and availability of food and other necessities.  A sharp spike in consumer habits has been noted, with people buying paper towels, hand sanitizer, and emergency food supplies, in anticipation of interruptions in the global food supply.   Dr. Howard Markel, writing for the New York Times, has called for school closings. “My research on the long history of epidemics has taught me that when it comes to outbreaks of contagious respiratory infections, closing schools can help prevent many thousands of illnesses and deaths,” he said...

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Masks are sold out - will you be the only one without an emergency food supply?

Panicked searches for face masks are on, and almost every place is now sold out of masks due to the coronavirus. There are also reported shortages of hand sanitizer and paper towels. A study at Chapman University found that 60% of Americans have not practiced disaster preparedness, even though in 2017 hurricanes and other severe weather-related events have made 2017 the costliest year on record for natural disasters, according to Business Insider.  You’ve probably seen grocery store shelves cleared out before an impending snowstorm. In Marshall Shepherds article “The Science Behind Why People Buy Bread When Snow Is In The Forecast” pondered why people rush out to buy bread, milk, and eggs.  He points out a study by Professor Alan...

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