We all know that is recomandated to low our cholesterol and to increase our D vitamin and maybe E and C vitamin and lower our iron in bold and in case of need is possible to take vitamins or other supplements, but I want to discuss the case that we don't take supplements and we base on our diet.
What is the recomandated diet for a HVB carrier?
It is any difference, on the diet, for a HVB inactive carrier and and HVB chronic carrier ?
Another question will be regarding the natural production of interferon, how can we help this natural production to increase ?
I know that moderate gym is helping our body to produce more interferon, also I know that C vitamin is helping to produce more interferon (be averred on Vitamin C because is stimulate the iron to stay in blood, so we have to consider that ).
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