Anti-aging expert Dr. David Sinclair's prescription for better immune system: Plants, Vitamin D and movement
Dr. David Andrew Sinclair AO (born June 26, 1969) is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School and one of the most well-known researchers in the field of rejuvenationbest known for his advocacy for resveratrol as an anti-aging dietary supplement and potential medication.
In one of his recent interviews with American entrepreneur Tom Bilyeu, he shared some of his advices on how you can improve your immune system, particularly against the deadly coronavirus. Although he humbly said that he is not a medical doctor, as a scientist who has done decades of research on aging(which he wisely treated as another disease) and a brave explorer who has used himself as well as his family as guinea pig to test his theories, his advices are practical and reliable.
Here is what Dr. David Sinclair recommends: Colorful plants, Vitamin D and movement. And if it's possible, maintain the humidity of your household so that it is neither too dry or too humid, as research has demonstrated that virus will not be transmitted when the environment is about 40-50% humid.