This book was published in 2013, and was bought at least 4-5 years ago. It’s interesting to read some of the chapters again. 

Scientists have anticipated global crisis of viral infections in our lifetime. So they’re not remotely surprised with SARS-COV2. It’s always about our preparedness and how we geared up to these infections. 

In a way, we should be grateful that the fatality rate is not as high as the 34% in MERS-COV (Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome) and 50% in the case of EBOLA. 

  • What else can we do as individuals to minimise the viral impact?
  • How about starting with our daily habits? 
  • What can we do to support our health?

By engaging in activities 🚴🏻🚣🏻‍♂️🏊🏻‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️, good sleep habit 😴 and eating unprocessed food to keep a robust immune system. This goes for EVERYONE, regardless of vaccination status. 

If you’re already exercising, GREAT keep it up. 
If you’re used to a sedentary lifestyle, increase your movement. Some ideas: 
– Park further from car park when doing shopping. 
– Invest in 1kg ankle or wrist weights, use it for an hour or so when doing chores or at work.