Functional Physician Sandy Ziya at Meridians & Marathons is interviewed on the podcast, Lens of Muhammad, to talk about her preventative approach to healthcare.
In my practice, I prescribe botanicals, nutraceuticals and supplements. However, due to the nature of the SARS cov-2 virus, for now, hold off on supplementing with vitamins A and D beyond 1000 IU’s and with the propolis bee spray and royal jelly. These have a modulatory effect by their nature in human biochemistry – meaning they can up-regulate or down-regulate a function based on what is needed. The effect of the virus on these vitamins is they can actually turn inflammation on to a level the body cannot manage effectively. You may continue to eat foods that have these vitamins in them.
Meridians and Marathons now offers red light therapy with a Joov device. This therapeutic technique uses red, low-level wavelengths of light to help cells to function more efficiently and repair damage. Red light therapy has overwhelmingly positive results for skin health, collagen production, physical performance and muscle recovery, sleep, joint pain, inflammation, and a lot more.