Living/Embracing Covid-19
(Session 1)

WITH BREATHING, NUTRITION AND MEDITATION– C. Donaldson, MMQ

Female Covid-19

Questions from chat, January 15, 2022

1. I am grateful to be on this event. I live out of town. Is there a way for me to connect with you  even though I live in a different state? I’m interested in your services. 

Yes, you can reach me at 857-445-5931 by phone. You can also reach me via email at Thehealthycrane@gmail.com 

2. What “organ” would be the organ failure? 

 There are several organs that can fail. The ones that are relevant with respect to this discussion are  Lungs, Kidneys, Liver, and Heart. 

3. In terms of COVID on surfaces — How does a person mitigate against picking up the virus  from a surface? Along with not touching face of course. 

  The best way to mitigate against picking up the virus from a surface is to wear gloves, and always  clean the surfaces before you use that particular surface in any way.  

4. What about obesity? 

  Yes, Obesity is one of the major problems. 

5. What are some foods with zinc? 

  Please see the food list by category at the end of this Question-and-Answer page. 

6. Could the presenter please share in the chat all the foods that are high in zinc and in quercetin — so we have a list we can use to shop with? Many thanks. 

  Please see the food list by category at the end of this Question-and-Answer page.

7. Is Artemisia a better ionosphere than quercetin?  

  Some people are allergic to Artemisia. So it just depends. Also, you shouldn’t take Artemisia for more that 3 months at a time.

So it’s best to switch between the two every three months. 

8. Quercetin of should we take both? 

  You only need one and taking both would not help any more. It would be a complete waste of  money.

9. My question is whether the presenter can share in the chase — or even better, send to BBCC to  share on its website — all the foods that are high in zinc and in quercetin. 

  Please see the food list by category at the end of this Question-and-Answer page. 

10. Is nonacidic vitamin C better? Like Ester C 

  It depends. Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid is less expensive. In terms of ingestion or digestion, there are  advantages and disadvantages for both.

The decision which one is best depends on your doctor’s  approval of your food samples and age.  

Vitamin C is a normal protected enhancement. Ester C ought to be in extreme cases where the  gastrointestinal issues are extraordinary and require a fast addition to the homeostatic level. However,  Vitamin C and Ester C are very good at fighting LDLs (Cholesterol – Low Density Lipoproteins) in  atherosclerotic injuries. Biological studies have found that Ester-C is better absorbed and discharged than  as corrosive substances and is a common enemy of the scurvy movement. If a person is very sensitive to  acidic foods, it is probably a good choice to take Ester C. 

11. What are the benefits of sea moss? 

I’m not aware of any studies that discuss Sea Moss and Covid-19.