#125 Immune System Function and Support, Virtual Care and the Myths of Digital Health, Meatless Mondays and How Allicin Can Help Us Fight Infections
Mar 28, 2020
By Valerie Massie
Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on March 28 and 29, 2020 on AM740 and FM 96.7 in Toronto. Topics covered on the show track the lifestyle articles and themes published in Tonic Magazine. This week we discuss immune system function and support with Ian Clark, Virtual Care and the Myths of Digital Health with Michael Green and Dr. Ramana Appireddy, meatless Mondays with Carolyn Tanner Cohen and how Allicin can help fight off viral and bacterial infections with Dr. Peter Josling
We specifically discuss:
Immune System Function and Support
How do we avoid getting sick?
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic systems
What suppresses the immune system?
Iodine and Magnesium
Keeping mentally strong
Pandemonium is internal
Virtual Care and the Myths of Digital Health
What is virtual care?
What are the benefits of virtual care for Canadians?
Can virtual care help prevent the spread of Covid-19
Mental health and self-isolating
Avoiding unnecessary journeys
The difficulties of virtual care
Misconceptions regarding virtual care
A doctor’s experience utilizing virtual tools
Patient feedback on virtual care technology
Why are people considering cutting out (or down on) meat?
“Meatless Mondays” – going vegan one day a week
Vegan breakfast -oats + chia seed
Lentils for lunch
Cauliflower steaks for dinner
How Allicin Can Fight Infections
What is allicin?
How does allicin normalize the immune response?
Allicin kills bacteria and viruses
Can Allicin fight Covid-19?
Is allicin safe to take?
Are there contraindications for allicin?
For more information about Ian Clark show sponsor Activation Products go here.
To learn more about Michael Green and Access 2022 go here.