Not fun for anyone are they? With age and sexual intimacy cold sores unfortunately enter the picture for a significant percentage of the population. If you do catch any of the viruses responsible for cold sores there are some very useful steps you can take to naturally reduce the frequency and intensity of outbreaks. Tune in as Tony, Will and Kinna share strategies to help you minimize symptoms through intelligent lifestyle, diet and supplement strategies.
In this Episode You’ll Learn About
- The connection between viral susceptibility, carbohydrates, sunshine and vitamin D.
- Key nutrients to emphasize to minimize symptoms, such as glycine, lysine and vitamin C.
- Key nutrients / elements to avoid to minimize symptoms such as excessive vitamin D, excessive sunlight and excessive carbohydrates.
- How body chemistry imbalances, especially the Anabolic Imbalance, can contribute to increased susceptibility to viral symptoms.
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Show Transcriptions – Cold Sores and Canker Sores
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to Kick it Naturally. I’m Kinna McInroe and I’m here with T.C. Hale, author, producer, uhhhh man.
Tony: I’m a man.
Kinna: He’s a man.
Tony: I’m a man.
Kinna: He’s a man, he’s a man, he’s a mighty good man. And we’ve also got Will Schmidt.
Kinna: Yeah. He’s, he’s manly too.
Kinna: But he did some cooking today and he can cook as well ladies. He can cook. Today all of our listeners can get a free audio book from Audible.com. Just go to KickItInTheNuts.com/audiobook for more details.
Tony: So the sponsor, I didn’t know how it was going to work but it ends up they just gave us a jet. But it says “Audible” on the jet.
Will: Awe lame.
Tony: I know it’s kinda lame.
Will: So embarrassing.
Tony: Kinda ruins the whole jet.
Tony: But anyway.
Kinna: So today we’re going to be talking about stress.
Kinna: Oh we’ve already don’t that one.
Will: No, no, no. You’re still stuck on that.
Kinna: Let’s start over. Oh god.
Tony: Why you gotta still talk about that?
Kinna: I’m still. I’m stressed out. Okay, you want me to start over?
Tony: No. I think you should just start over the part about “let’s talk about stress.”
Kinna: So today we’re going to be talking about cold sores and canker sores and all that yummy stuff. If you’re eating now, now would be time to puke you know if we’re going to be talking about all this stuff.
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A used aftershave every time I felt a tingle or it broke out in a scab sprayed on a cotton bud and after a while they stopped coming back not had one for 7 years now
Interesting. I wonder if your brand of aftershave was doing something to push minerals back down to the tissue level to keep them from breaking out.