By Celebrity Detective Steve
Just a few months before announcing his retirement in mid-2008, the Pennsylvania-born Piazza paid $10 million for a tropical getaway in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. Piazza's 9,626 square foot waterfront Mediterranean estate offers eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and one half, three-car garage, media room, library, wet bar, swimming pool, cabana, and a boat dock.
Mike Piazza's house in Miami Beach, Florida.
The home was listed for $12.5 million just prior to the sale.
Mike Piazza spent most of his career with the Dodgers (1992–1998) and New York Mets (1998–2005). Mike Piazza played on three other teams in his MLB career: the Florida Marlins, the San Diego Padres, and the Oakland Athletics. He was the National League Rookie of the Year in 1993, and MVP in the 1996 All-Star Game.
Mike Piazza is married to Playboy Playmate Alicia Rickter. The couple married on January 29, 2005, at St. Jude's Catholic Church in Miami.
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Very Important COVID-19 Health Information
Did you know that studies are now revealing a connection between the coronavirus (COVID-19) severity with lack of vitmain D? In countries with high COVID-19 death rates such as Italy, Spain, and the UK, patients were found to have lower levels of vitmain D in their system than countries with lower death rates. Although researchers of course cannot yet claim proof that vitmain D is effective against COVID-19, they have used these encouraging words: "there is strong circumstantial evidence of associations between vitamin D and the severity of COVID-19".
The way I feel about this is that because it is already an established fact that vitmain D helps strengthen the immune system, it stands to reason that it would be effective against a virus that exploits weakened immune systems, such as COVID-19.
Information about the studies mentioned above can be found here: https://news.northwestern.edu/stories/2020/05/vitamin-d-appears-to-play-role-in-covid-19-mortality-rates/ and here: https://scitechdaily.com/vitamin-d-determines-severity-in-covid-19-researchers-urge-government-to-change-advice/.
You can get vitamin D from sunshine, foods like fish and egg yolks, and supplements. I'm taking vitamin D3 softgels available at Amazon - Amazon link
I recommend watching the YouTube video below by Dr. Eric Berg on how much vitamin D you should be supplementing for a vitmain D deficiency (10,000 IU to 40,000+ IU) and how to do so. Dr. Berg also shares information about an Indonesian study on the connection between vitamin D on COVID-19 severity that you can watch here.
For boosting my immune system I'm taking vitamin D3 softgels available at Amazon - Amazon link
At the link here I have listed notable celebrities who have reportedly contracted COVID-19. Explore more of my celebrity health articles at: http://www.celebritydetective.com/health/news.html
Best Wishes and Stay Healthy!
By Celebrity Detective Steve
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