Archive for February, 2021
“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use; when diet is correct, medicine is of no need.”
The shift in messaging since the allocated timeline for 15m vaccinations was achieved in the UK, is a fascinating process of dialogue and development. One can imagine that numerous pressures are being experienced from scientists, physicians, economists, business owners and us as to how to look ahead and to present a changing landscape of risk analysis.
Back in the reality of what we can each do to ensure resilience in the face of exposure and or recovery from Sars-Cov-2 (and its variants) the key message is still being stifled. Non pharmaceutical interventions (NPI) remain an important part of transmission risk reduction. However, outside of the familiar refrains, relatively little, to non-existent discussions are directed towards nutrition and lifestyle imperatives. There are many explanations and accusations as to why, but the reality is probably far less menacing than some would like us to believe. Read the rest of this entry »
The state of ‘being’, sought by all and yet when obtained, is generally all too temporary, is that of ‘happiness’. How are you in its pursuit and attainment?
In the 2020 World Happiness Report the authors note that in the face of a pandemic where the social fabric is not strong enough to support co-operative action on the required scale, then fear, disappointment and anger add to the happiness costs of a disaster. There are few people that have not experienced these costs over the last few months. (Practical, safe solutions are described at the end!) Read the rest of this entry »