david19m Posted February 15, 2020 Share Posted February 15, 2020 One problem that Covid-19 is that it seems that many people doesn't show any symptoms, nevertheless they still build up phlegm or mucus in the lungs, that causes shortness of breath. In December, I got infected by a flu virus, I have no idea which one. In the nights I had terrible cough of phlegm, in the day nothing. I came to the conclusion that eating chocolate (I received several in Christmas), provoked the phlegm. I tought I developed some kind of allergy to chocolate (I was skeptical of that idea, but it fitted). After I was free of the virus, I think it was a virus, not a bacteria, because in January I'm sure I had post-viral fatigue, I ate chocolate to test the idea of the allergy, but it caused nothing. Clif High explained about the Cytokine Storm, that might be one of the factors that makes people ill when contracting Coronavirus, I found that some foods are able to worsen a Cytokine Storm: Sambucol, Spirulina, Chlorella algae, Honey, Kimchi and, yes, Chocolate:http://learnandlivewell.blogspot.com/2010/01/dealing-with-cytokine-storm.html In the day, the build up phlegm didn't even bothered me, but when I ate the chocolate, it made me expel a lot of phlegm in a short period of time. So I ask for your opinion, could those food might be used in some phase of the disease in order to clean the lungs? More so, for healthy adults to monitor or induce initial symptoms, that normally would take 15-20 days in healthy individuals. bzpal and DaddyBob 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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