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Are you concerned about the coronavirus or COVID-19? It’s one of the top news stories right now, and it’s becoming more and more of an issue as every hour passes.
We have seen it everywhere. Even in our neighborhood Target, the shelves are bare as people stock up on toilet paper and canned goods. It can definitely be a bit unsettling.
That said, the last thing I want you to do is worry. So, I am quickly reaching out to share with you some of the things I know about how you can get through this tough period.
Preparing for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
In fact, I have heard a lot of information, as well as a lot of misinformation about all of this. I’m sure you’re feeling the same way, so let me add a little bit of clarity to the subject at hand.
First, please ensure that you should stay home if you are sick. If you are not feeling great, the last thing you want to do is put yourself in a public place and put others at risk.
Next, make sure to wash your hands and to sneeze or cough into your elbow. Hygiene is so important, and it is imperative that you keep potentially harmful bacteria off your hands.
Bottom Line: Your health is important, as is the health of your loved ones and other citizens. If we are all mindful of how we share spaces, we will all be better for it.
How We Are Preparing
At our household, we are definitely preparing for any sustained periods of self-quarantine by having a collection of non-perishable foods close at hand. At least for the next few weeks.
Key Insight: Trust me, I know that we’ll get through this. In fact, we’ll do it together.
In the next weeks and months, though, it is important to stay prepared and to put your health first. There are no two ways around it, you need to be mindful of what you’re putting into your body.
Changing Your Routine
It’s already changing our daily routine.
Not only in terms of where we go, who we surround ourselves with, and even what we do, period. But, most important, what we put in our bodies.
The truth is that canned goods are great when you need them, but they are not meant for you to live off for long periods at a time. You need meals that can keep up.
Key Insight: For us, that means enjoying a daily shake. That’s why one of the first things we did was head down to our offices and stock up on our Daily Reset Shake.
Putting Your Health First
During these trying times, you still need to get the vitamins and nutrients that you need to help sustain your health. That’s one of the most important things.
That’s why I want to make it easy for you to get your own bundle of Daily Reset Shakes so you can boost your immunity and stock up on other things that are good for you.
When faced with uncertainty, we really don’t want to make guesses about our health and wellness.
So, let me take care of breakfast and lunch for you. Each Daily Reset container has 28 complete meals. It’s all of the protein, good carbs, and fat you need for a meal.
I seldom have sales. And I’ve never offered a bundle like this, at this price before. Now is your chance, if you’re stocking up on non-perishables, this is an easy option because all you need is to add water.
Stock up today. You’ll be glad you did (Click Here: Get Your Daily Reset Shake Today).
P.S. Whenever you are ready, here is how I can help you now:
1. Schedule a Thyroid Second Opinion with me, Dr. C, Click Here for Details
2. Download and use my Favorite Recipes Cookbook Here
3. Check out my podcast Medical Myths, Legends, and Fairytales Here
Dr. Alan Glen Christianson (Dr. C) is a Naturopathic Endocrinologist and the author of The NY Times bestselling Adrenal Reset Diet, The Metabolism Reset Diet and The Thyroid Reset Diet.
Dr. C’s gift for figuring out what really works has helped hundreds of thousands of people reverse thyroid disease, lose weight, diabetes, and regain energy. Learn more about the surprising story that started his quest.