Valorie

(The Anti-Aging Vitamins – MePA and MePiA)

November, 2019

I [have] just been to the doctor a few days ago and all my numbers were low. I had told Mom ahead of time, “I’m afraid the doctor is going to bawl me out because my blood sugar and cholesterol will definitely be high. I’ve been very bad about my diet.” I was so disappointed in myself until I got to his office and he told me about my recent blood work. He gave a glowing report. The only thing that was a “little high” was my triglycerides but he wasn’t worried, since my other numbers were so good. He said he wanted to see me in three months again for a checkup. I asked him if it could be six months and he said, “Sure!”

I still have no sign of arthritis. I’m having absolutely no pain.

I’ve been fatigued a lot and don’t know if it’s my age or what. I sleep 8, 9 or 10 hours a night and still have to take a nap in the middle of the afternoon. I’m just waiting to see if that fades with time.

Thank you … for supplying our household with MePiA!

July, 2020

Kevin and I continue to do well on the Anti-Aging Vitamins. Neither of us have any pain from arthritis. He’s 58 and I’m almost 68. Also, I just had another very good checkup with my M.D. Even my A1C was good despite the fact I am not real good about my diet. I had no complaints but the doctor discovered I had a lot of ear wax in one ear and I might have thyroiditis. He’s checking that out. I’ve been hypothyroid and now all of a sudden, it’s up, despite medication. I was hypothyroid and now I’m hyperthyroid. I’ll still be on the same medication but about half the dose. Now that I really think about it, I wonder if the Anti-Aging Vitamins are causing my thyroid levels to go up. If so, maybe I won’t need medication someday.
 
Mom and I are both bipolar, unipolar depressive, but we have had very little trouble with depression during this pandemic. It’s surprising because of the nature of the case and because of the fact we’ve had to be inside so much and by ourselves. So, I expect the Anti-Aging Vitamins might be helping in that regard as well.

January 26, 2021

I, Valorie (age 68), was the first to come down with COVID on 12/29/20. I thought it was an allergy to cigar smoke because it started with a sore throat and sneezing very hard, which is typical of my allergies to smoke. I wasn’t aware I had COVID until a few days later when I had some diarrhea, pain in my muscles and, as the days wore on, headaches. The most annoying symptoms were nasal stuffiness, coughing, blowing my nose and sneezing really hard and often. I spent probably three weeks sleeping a lot and I didn’t feel like doing anything. Once I had a headache for 24 hours that I believe was a migraine.

I was taking the anti-aging vitamins daily but I was also taking extra Vitamin C & D and eventually got some Zinc, to add to the vitamin regimen. Eventually, I got some strength back—enough to take a few brief walks, and finally I had most of my strength back but still the same annoying symptoms. I took my temperature daily but never had a fever nor was it subnormal. Pretty much 98.6 right on the nose. 1/25/26 I finally felt well. Today, the 26th, I took an easy-does-it bike ride for 40 minutes. I usually go daily for an hour but hadn’t biked since I got sick. This is my first day out of quarantine.

Kevin (age 58) came down with COVID but only had a mild case of it. We tested positive on 1/24/21 and quarantined as we were advised. Kevin had a runny nose, stopped up sinuses, bit of a sore throat and fatigue. Kevin was pretty much over it in a week and never had anything but a normal temperature. 

Kevin was retested three times. The first time he had what they thought was a false positive. Both yesterday and today Kevin tested negative and can return to work. [Kevin also supplements the anti-aging vitamins on a daily basis.]