We aren’t meeting in the Tyler, Texas Library in 2020 for Kwanzaa because of the coronavirus pandemic. I’ve been delivering official Kwanzaa speeches off-and-on since 2002—all but Faith Night out of seven nights. Of course, I check out Rev. Reginald Garrett for that last night. I’ve published articles as well over the last couple of decades, and I’ve given some general Kwanzaa talks
But we need to do som’n in cyberspace for Kwanzaa. I want to go in the direction of health, specifically the OTC vitamins/minerals that I take on a daily basis. We need to boost our immune system, in case we catch the pandemic COVID19 virus! OK, I’ve been on SSDI for a while for COPD, and I was invited to join the local Community Health Workers (CHW) coalition because of my Word Press articles and whatnot.
Here’s a great article about four great vitamins to boost your immune system: Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc and something called Quercetin. https://www.fox29.com/news/studies-suggest-4-vitamins-to-prevent-severe-cases-of-covid-19?utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=trueanthem&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR2mhleKuo_ULIzTTnIKZoO7X3LsDdEK9T7K3F9ZgwNE0LFKRZIhv-5S-Jw It’s a well-known fact that Vitamin D is activated by sunlight darkening your skin. So darker people need more Vitamin D.
Not all multiple vitamins are alike. Spring Valley Super Vitamin B-Complex has 9 vitamins–including C & B12. Nature Made B-Complex has 6 vitamins–including C. Ocuvite for macular degeneration has zinc, among 6 vitamins and minerals plus lutein.