Prevent Another Corona

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    Respecting Environment and Wildlife

    Air pollution, EMF exposure, heavy metal contamination are created by humans overiding natural environmental balances. And they have all been implicated in our own poor health.

    As a zoonotic disease Covid-19 transferance from animal to human becomes far more likely when we systematically destroy the natural habitat of wildlife. Our wanton shaping of the world around us for our own ‘needs’ can have just as big an impact back upon us as humans.

    Taking care of the planet we live on and the many species we share it with is no longer optional.

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    Re-imagining Transport

    Our 21st Century Transport Infrastructure has brought INCREDIBLE benefits to our lives – both economic and cultural.

    But… it has come at a cost.

    • Destruction of natural habitats – Contributing to transference of diseases from animals to humans.
    • Air pollution – This is harming our health and immunity.
    • Speed of disease transmission. – The unprecedented speed at which a disease can spread acoss the world via air travel now is a big issue when wanting to contain an oubreak.

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    Supporting Sustainable Agriculture

    Our current unsustainable food system is almost certainly a large contributor to the cause of pandemic disease.

    Modern agricultural systems require deforestation to produce animal feed. Deforestation means sick, dislocated animals. These animals are more likely to pass diseases onto us. In addition if we as humans eat meat from animals fed on an unnatural diet of corn and soy then we are likely to inhibit our immune system from being the best it can and succumb to disease.

    We routinely use anti-biotics as a substitute for really caring for our animals. This is gradually training gut bacteria to get stronger in the face of disease which reduces our ability to treat bacterial infections in humans (or to treat secondary infections in virus-infected patients).

    We ship insane quantities of fresh food across the world. The resulting pollution is harming us and our ecosystems.

    What’s the alternative?

    Choosing to support Regenerative Agriculture means saying no to the potential disease promoters and contributers in the current food system. It’s a vote for environment and wildlife and human health.

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    Rebooting Work Patterns

    Covid-19 taught us that many jobs can now be done remotely from home.

    This could mean huge cost/time savings for business as well as frankly a nicer life for many people. Nobody enjoys traffic jams or crowded tube trains, right?

    But at the same time, we have to take care of the social and health impact of staying at home and substituting face-to-face meetings for more screen time.

    Yes, less transport, and therefore pollution, is great from a future pandemic prevention point of view but more time online and less social interaction and exercise – especially in schools – could be dangerous.

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    Committing to Health and Immunity

    It was widely known by mid 2020 that you were more likely to struggle to fight off Covid-19 if you had pre-existing health conditions.

    While the media seems obsessed with making it everyone’s ‘duty’ to stay partially indoors and wear masks, we believe it should be our duty to work on our own personal health.

    While the medical mainstream misleadingly insists that many conditions are ‘incurable’, many of the factors that cause or worsen disease are 100% controllable. And yet over and again we do not control them.

    The truth is that we can do far, far more for our collective health than we do. We need to make that commitment to put our health first – both individually and collectively.

    In this section we’ll explore ways to do that as well as issues around health freedom that are so fundamental to ever moving forward in improving our well being.

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    Eating Real Food

    Poor food = poor health

    Being clinically obese greatly increases your risk of having a worse case of covid-19. So why is cheaply produced, poor quality food still on the table?!

    Food is related to agriculture, to our health, to the environment, to wildlife, to transport… it’s central to every area of any attempt to really prevent another pandemic.

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  • Respecting Environment and Wildlife

  • Re-imagining Transport

  • Supporting Sustainable Agriculture

  • Rebooting Work Patterns

  • Committing to Health and Immunity

  • Eating Real Food