Now, millions of people are rushing to upgrade their health habits to build immunity so they’ll be ready to fend off the next viral spike should it come (and it probably will). That’s at least one positive sea-change to come out of our current pandemic era. A great way to start is by removing the toxins that undermine it, and topping that list are the endocrine disrupters (EDs).
You could wait around for a vaccine to protect you from COVID-19. Or you could use a weapon already here, close at hand, in your kitchen. It is diet – but not just any diet. It is a low-carbohydrate diet.
To power through all those pandemic-generated Zoom-calls, hours of parenting, and tending to the rest of our busy lives, we need energy and plenty of it. But for a lot of us dealing with "crisis fatigue," that much needed energy is exactly what's in short supply.
Our skin is constantly changing. I’ve always touted that there’s no such thing as skin types. It can change daily. We can wake up with dry skin and go to sleep with oily skin. This is even more relevant right now. Our lifestyles during the pandemic are creating a host of new skin issues.