Kirsten Giesler, owner of Be-Well Medicine & Functional Medicine of Alaska in Kenai, has been seeing hundreds of patients via Zoom (teleconferencing), and has been prescribing a course of treatment for Covid-19 that mainstream doctors have criticized.
Giesler, who is a prescribing nurse practitioner, last week published results that speak to the possible successes of the treatment protocols that she and other groundbreaking medical professionals are using, sometimes called Frontline Covid Critical Care Alliance protocols:
During a four week period, she saw 184 patients related to Covid-19, with most of them seeking help with Covid.
95 of the 184 total patients were seeking prophylaxis treatment, in other words, some advice and help before getting Covid. Nearly 52 percent of her patients were seeking this assistance.
89 of those 184 patients were actively sick with Covid, all now improving.
2 patients were suffering from Covid vaccine issues, both now improving.
62 patients came to Giesler for early treatment (less than 5 days into Covid infection) which is 33.70 percent of total seen or 69.66 percent of of the 89 sick patients seen.
20 of her patients came for late treatment (they had had Covid for more than 5 days) which is 10.87% of total seen or 22.47% of the 89 sick patients seen.
5 of her patients were “long haul” Covid patients, (having been suffering for more than 11 days), which is 2.72% of total seen or 5.62% of the 89 sick patients seen.
29 of her patients were sick and vaccinated, which is 15.76% of total seen or 32.58% of the 89 sick patients seen.
60 of her patients were sick and not vaccinated, which is 32.61% of total seen or 67.24% of the 89 sick patients seen.
54 of her patients were vaccinated, over 29.35% of total patients seen.
130 of her patients were not vaccinated which is 70.65% of total patients seen.
“Many of the Covid cases I’ve seen in my community are eating a standard American diet and little to no supplements,” Giesler said. She encouraged Alaskans to eat a plant-rich and paleo (unprocessed food) diet, and said the patients she has who are eating healthy are not getting as sick, and are recovering faster. Giesler advises that Alaskans load up on Vitamin D, Zinc, and other nutrients and nutraceuticals she has on her list to prepare their bodies for the attack that the coronavirus makes on their immune system.