FLCCC publishes three new editions to our protection, recovery and treatment protocols:

I-CARE: For Kids; I-CARE: Insulin Resistance Treatment; I-PREVENT: Vaccine Injury

Our physicians and advisors drew from clinical experience along with questions and requests received via weekly webinars and outreach to identify and address many basic and crucial healthcare needs going unmet in the current medical “system.”  There was a sense of urgency to help as many people as possible take control of personal healthcare choices, and a sense of necessity to develop treatment options where there were none.

I-CARE: For Kids, A parent’s guide to prevention and early COVID treatment for children.
FLCCC’s first pediatric-centered protocol lists clear guidelines specifically tailored to “kids'” health. “The best thing you can do is focus on making sure your child is healthy overall and that their immune system is strong and robust.”

I-CARE: Insulin Resistance Treatment A guide to managing insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and type II diabetes.
This new guide was developed to help individuals modify lifestyle and nutrition choices.  “Insulin resistance has emerged in the last 50 years as the world’s most common disorder and the single largest cause of loss of life. Insulin resistance and type II diabetes are largely reversible through adopting healthy lifestyles.”

I-PREVENT: Vaccine Injury An approach to post-vaccine cardiovascular and cancer care.
FLCCC’s new prevention protocol focuses on spike protein via vaccination. “The primary approach to preventing delayed complications from vaccination is to enhance the body’s ability to eliminate spike protein. This is best achieved by practicing intermittent fasting/time-restricted eating and with a supplement like resveratrol, which activates autophagy and encourages the removal of spike protein.”

Please see individual protocols for details, cautions and dosing information.

Never disregard professional medical advice because of something you have read on our website and releases. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding any patient. Treatment for an individual patient is determined by many factors and thus should rely on the judgment of your physician or qualified healthcare provider. Always seek their advice with any questions you may have regarding your medical condition or health.

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