Over 60% of people have ‘insufficient’ or worse levels of vitamin D in their body, putting them at greater risk of hospitalisation from COVID-19.
To claim that a decrease in lean body mass, and an increase in muscle mass cannot coincide is to misunderstand the nature of what lean body mass includes. Joe Halstead explains further.
A recent study (pre-publication) conducted at Singapore General Hospital showed that a simple combination of readily available vitamin-based supplements can have a MAJOR beneficial effect on the outcome of hospitalisation for COVID-19 symptoms. In their study, out of 26 patients who were not treated with a combination of vitamin D, magnesium and vitamin B12, 16 […]
World Health Organisation policy is misleading. Why count every death as a COVID death just because it might be a cofactor, but without testing to be completely sure?
The cure for COVID-19 is right in front of our noses, and always has been. It is a cure that is simple, free, and available to anyone right away. The majority of people won’t like it, though.
“Almost nobody is dying of COVID-19. They are dying of comorbidities. COVID-19 just makes the process more sudden”. True or false? Joe Halstead digs in to find out.
There are no experts on COVID-19, or the virus that causes it. Not yet, anyway. So why are scientists being quoted without evidence to back up their claims?
It’s not that it is impossible to put a price on human life, just difficult and contentious. Let’s give it a go, shall we?
The pre-COVID-19 death rate from high blood pressure in the US was around 1,300 people per day. Here, U.P. trainer Joe Halstead investigates the root causes and factors at play.
A recent New Scientist article asked the question “why are men more likely to die from COVID-19?” – a bold question that begs further exploration. So here, Joe Halstead does exactly that.
The health complications caused by obesity correlate with the biggest risk factors for novel coronavirus COVID-19, as explained by U.P.’s Joe Halstead.