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Post-COVID syndrome and Intra-COVID Leadership: Inspiration for Practitioners


Although you may already be a savvy practitioner, I am certain you will learn something new in this video about Post-Covid Syndrome and Intra-Covid Leadership: Inspiration for Practitioners. You’ll walk away with pages of notes and practical pearls you can use in your practice right away.

Here are some of the things we’ll be discussing:

  • Potentially the most powerful pandemic revelations
  • The ragingly short-sighted risks in our reaction so far – and the response that’s most needed
  • Common post-viral challenges:  what research says and what to do
  • Why your leadership matters now more than ever
  • What patients need to hear – and this one’s gonna take some courage
  • Functional imbalances and vulnerability
  • The fundamental misconception being repeated over and over again

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As promised, here is a set of curated references that you may wish to explore:
Mucosal immunity and secretory IgA sufficiency:…/fimmu.2020.611337/full
S. Boulardii for mucosal immunity and immunomodulation re: prevent/minimize viral load:
L. Plantarum/L. Rhamnosus for increase T-reg cells to reduce risk of inflammatory overload:…/pii/S1319562X20305878…
Post-COVID changes in tryptophan prioritization (to an IL-dependent degree):
Post-COVID neurological effects (e.g. impaired BBB integrity):
Post-COVID and B12 deficiency:
Post-COVID and Iron deficiency (hepcidin, iron sequestering in ferritin): ,
Post-COVID oxidation overload (value of GGT marker):
COVID severity and the role of IL-6:
COVID severity and mitochondrial dysfunction (and more on tryptophan metabolism changes):
Vitamin D:

130 Questions for “Post-COVID syndrome and Intra-COVID Leadership: Inspiration for Practitioners”

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  1. 130
    Myriam says:

    Thank you, Tracy for this excellent video and resources!! I hope this video reaches many!! So much important information that the population needs to hear!!

  2. 129
    Komal Singh says:

    Thank you, Tracy, this is very informative. Very beautifully explained and giving the right perspective to aim towards building and strengthening a healthy and robust immune system.
    I am a Nutritionist and relate very well to all the information in your video.

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    Dina Assaad says:

    Thank you Tracy for such a wealth of knowledge. What would be the protocol for someone who is suffering from
    anxiety & parasthesia post covid? all inflammatory makers are normal and we are working on optimizing vtamin D and ferritin.

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    Modesta Onyia says:

    Thank you so much Tracy for hitting the nail on the head. Thanks for reminding us of the importance of fortifying our bodies by eating healthy, avoiding stress, toxins, etc. The mountain and the rain analogy helped clarified it for me.

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    Nour El Nahlawy says:

    Thank you for this video. Packed with pearls as usual. I loved the pearl about anemia and how IL6 upregulates hepcidin which will affect iron absorption. Thank you again!

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    Lori A Lamb says:

    It was great to hear the key supplements to focus on like insufficiency of serotonin, melatonin, tryptophan, glutathione, zinc, Vit A, Vit D, replete magnesium, K2, Vit C
    Immune system regulation, probiotics, immune regulatory that restores T reg function, and probiotics especially lacto rhamnosis and planetarium.

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    Begona Martinez says:

    Thank you very much Tracy forr such an amazing webinar. It was a real pleasure listening to you talking so passionate about the pandemic that we are all into, and giving pearls of wisdom of what to do to prevent it, cure it and deal with the post covid symptoms
    What inspired me the most is when you said that ” Health is the resilience vitality in the face of challenge ”
    As we are all surrounded by virus, bacteria, microorganisms…..that can affect our well being, , but is our body and mind responses to our environment what make us what we are.

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    Samuel Bart-Williams says:

    Thank you so much Tracy for your heart and passion in articulating and helping dispel myths about COVID-19 and to shed a light on the impact it is having. All yours tips on building the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system as way to prepare for exposure to this virus and others were very helpful.

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    Villy says:

    Jam-packed presentation, so many fabulous tips! Thank you so much, as always, Tracy.
    So many pearls…… strengthening & balancing the immune system, the need for direct supplementation with glutathione. So true that there is so much undiagnosed dysregulation, and the lack of diagnosis doesn’t mean lack of dis-ease dynamics.

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    Natasha Ralph says:

    Thank you Tracy for sharing your time and pearls of knowledge in the way that you do which I just love and is the reason I’ve finally decided to take additional training with you, starting this month WAHOO EXCITED. I wanted to comment regarding covid as I lost my dad NYday to covid pneumonia and had so many questions, he was 76, manageable type 2 (I was unable to get dad to stop taking tablets as he felt safer on them?!), Parkinson’s and Cardiovascular dis-ease) so the drs had pre-warned us this could end as it did do quickly, it was less then week for my dad as this virus was aggressive…why is it more risky for men can I ask???

    My brother had the infection first & after 2 hospital admissions he is now in good health – he already took vitamin c and d which I believe was a saviour as he has one lung and asthma and is on the “extremely vulnerable list”. My mum also after being exposed a couple of times thankfully has avoided getting ill, she now takes 1000 vitamin C, 2500 vitamin D3, enchinachea and immune support supplement that includes quercetin 200mg, n acetyl cysteine 150mg, zinc 10mg, , copper 1mg, b complex approx 10mg each, k2 50ug and vitamin A 1.5mg – WHAT IS A RECOMMENDED DOSE TRACY, noting your covid video I watched yesterday.

    Thank you and stay safe and stay well all xxx

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