The President's Message

October 2013

by Sandy Tsutsui-Trujillo, President

Established 1987

"Promoting the Harmony of Computer Education, and Camaraderie"

The early flu and cold season caught me by surprise. I have a lung infection and am starting my fourth prescription. I usually start taking AHCC in October. A co-worker recommends it. He takes a small dosage during this season, and it seems to help him. If I start to feel like I’m catching something, I take Oscillococcinum. A friend takes Airborne before he takes plane trips. I keep a bottle of antibacterial lotion on my desk and in my purse. Of course, this helps only if I prepare before cold and flu season.

If you talked to me at the last meeting, my general practitioner said I wasn’t contagious. I came to the meeting specifically for the board meeting only. I didn’t feel strong enough for the full meeting.

While I was sick I had an interesting discussion with Jonathan Breslow. He has several recommendations that I didn’t know about. I listed them below:

  • Eat artichokes
  • Drink fresh squeezed orange juice
  • Avoid dairy produces
  • Avoid greasy fatty foods
  • Apply heat to my ankles

I knew only two of the above. Jonathan said we can e-mail him if we have questions. His website is Jonathan Breslow Medicine.

Happy computing!