Live from Next Steps 2023 in Buford GA, Fauci comes clean, Infection vs vaccination, GSK cancer, Food coloring nanoparticles, Homeopathy resources, FDA food additives, Chlorophyll Water, Vaccinated blood concerns, Prevent fatty liver and MORE!
February 22, 2023 3-5PM ET
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Dr. Fauci Comes Clean on Vaccines and Respiratory Viruses “Attempting to control mucosal respiratory viruses with systemically administered non-replicating vaccines has thus far been largely unsuccessful.” ~ Dr A Fauci (former director of NIAID), 2023, commenting on vaccines for Covid-19. The journal Cell Host & Microbe recently published one of the more important papers of the Covid era; ‘Rethinking next-generation vaccines for coronaviruses, influenza viruses, and other respiratory viruses.’ This elicited surprisingly little fanfare considering its authorship and contents. Firstly, the final author was Dr. Anthony Fauci, the recently retired director of the United States National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), normally a magnet for the media. Secondly, because Dr. Fauci and his co-authors provide evidence that much of what those in authority have told the public regarding Covid vaccines was contrary to what they knew to be true. Kudos to Dr. Fauci for coming clean on the basics of viruses and immunology. If leading medical journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine or the Lancet had employed editors with such knowledge three years ago, they might have contributed to public health rather than the gutting of society and global human rights. If those in authority had explained these truths and based their policies on them, things would also have been different.
Prior COVID infection provides just as much protection as vaccines, new study finds A new study found that a previous COVID-19 infection offers at least the same level of protection as two doses of high-quality mRNA vaccines, such as Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. Additionally, people who are infected with the virus may be protected from reinfection for 40 weeks or longer, the study found. It was published in The Lancet on Feb. 16. Protection from reinfection was highest for the ancestral (original) strain of COVID-19 and the alpha, beta and delta variants, remaining at more than 78% after 40 weeks. Protection was lower for the omicron BA.1 variant, which dropped to 36.1% in that same time frame. People who are infected with the COVID-19 virus may be protected from reinfection for 40 weeks or longer, a new study found. (Fox New Digital) When it comes to severe disease (hospitalization or death), protection was high across all variants, averaging 78% or higher for ancestral, alpha, beta, delta and omicron BA.1 at 40 weeks after infection. The level of protection declined over time for all variants, but it dipped fastest for the omicron BA.1 variant. The study, titled “Past SARS-CoV-2 infection protection against re-infection: a systematic review and meta-analysis,” was led by a group of researchers that make up the COVID-19 Forecasting Team.
Court Documents Show GlaxoSmithKline Knew — for 40 Years — Zantac Could Cause Cancer Amid tens of thousands of lawsuits that are pending in state courts all across the U.S., a new report based on evidence discovered in these court cases reveals Big Pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) had, for decades, concealed evidence showing that Zantac could cause cancer. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, GSK — then known as Glaxo — had been aware of cancer-causing risks with ranitidine, the drug which was marketed as Zantac, even before it was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1983. These warnings came from independent researchers but also from Glaxo scientists. Within five years, Zantac, used to treat or relieve heartburn, acid indigestion and gastric ulcers, became the world’s best-selling medicine and was one of the first to surpass $1 billion in annual sales, according to Reuters. GSK later sold the drug to Pfizer — and Zantac was then sold to Boehringer Ingelheim and finally Sanofi. In 2019, an online pharmacy detected high levels of a potent carcinogen, NDMA, in Sanofi and its generic equivalents. This led to recalls, followed by a formal FDA withdrawal of the drug in 2020. This decision was made based on “research showing the amount of NDMA in the products increases the longer the drug is stored and could potentially become unsafe,” Reuters reported, with Fierce Pharma adding that this problem was identified “even under normal storage conditions.”
Nanoparticles in Food Coloring May Be Harming Your Gut Health, Researchers Warn Nanoparticles in common food coloring and anti-caking agents may be damaging your gut, researchers from Cornell and Binghamton Universities warn. Specifically, metal oxide particles could be disrupting the health of your intestines. “We are consuming these nanoparticles on a daily basis,” says senior author Elad Tako, associate professor of food science at Cornell, in a university release. “We don’t really know how much we consume; we don’t really know the long-term effects of this consumption. Here, we were able to demonstrate some of these effects, which is a key to understanding gastrointestinal health and development.” Previously, Binghamton researchers led in vitro cellular assessments and screened different nanoparticles food and pharmaceutical industries frequently use. The group then narrowed their focus to specific metal oxide nanoparticles and confirmed proper testing dosages that are suitable for human consumption. Now, in collaboration with Cornell researchers, study authors used human-appropriate doses of titanium dioxide and silicon dioxide in the Tako laboratory’s in vivo system. The model helps display a health response comparable to that of real humans. They injected the nanoparticles in chicken eggs. After they hatched, the scientists identified changes in the functional, structural, and microbial markers within their blood, the duodenum (upper intestine), and the cecum (a pouch that connects the small and large intestines).
Question of The Day!
Thank you for answering my question monday regarding nosebleeds. I had to order the argentyn gel from Choose to be Healthy. But, am wondering if there is a site you order your homeopathic products from since you suggested homeopathic phosphorous or if they are all clean and organic just because they are homeopathic? Also i noticed that the little bit of homeopathic “beads i have found at the vitamin shoppe have no directions. I am lost when it comes to how dosing with those little beads should be done. Anyway, love you guys and thank you.
FDA hasn’t reviewed some food additives in decades Cristina Ochoa often worries if the food she’s feeding her two young kids is safe, even after carefully reading ingredient labels. “Some ingredients I have no idea what they are, how to pronounce them,” she said. “I want the best for my children. I would think that as a society we want the best for our children.” There are more than 10,000 chemicals and additives allowed in food in the United States, often in small amounts. But many haven’t been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration in decades. The majority are safe, but some chemicals allowed in the U.S. have been banned overseas after research has linked them to cancer and developmental or behavioral issues. Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, of Illinois, introduced a bill requiring the FDA to review certain chemicals banned overseas and to close what’s known as the “generally recognized as safe” loophole. The loophole allows companies to skip an extensive safety review when adding many new chemicals to food. Schakowsky said the food industry is essentially policing itself. “We look around the world and you see what the other countries are doing to protect their consumers, we are far behind,” she said. “We need to put the F back into the Food and Drug Administration.” CBS News has obtained a copy of proposed legislation in California that would make it the first U.S. state to ban five common chemicals — brominated vegetable oil, potassium bromate, propylparaben, red dye 3 and titanium dioxide — from all goods sold, distributed or made in the state. “They’re going to have to change their recipes, get rid of these chemicals, and hopefully that’s something that’s going to have impacts far beyond our borders here in the state of California,” said Jesse Gabriel, a California state assemblymember.
3 Benefits of Drinking Chlorophyll Water It’s safe to say that chlorophyll water is a one of the hottest wellness drink trends right now. In fact, “#chlorophyll” has over 550.7 million views on TikTok, with certain videos about its benefits getting over 3.4 million likes alone. And TikTok isn’t the only social platform catching on to this trend. According to the Pinterest Predicts 2023 Report, which is a report the company releases every year using search data from their site to predict the trends for the coming year, people are taking a growing interest in chlorophyll. Based on the site’s search trends, the search for “benefits of chlorophyll water” is up 35%. But even though this trendy green pigment is having a moment right now, are there actually any valid health benefits to chlorophyll water? Let’s first take a look at what chlorophyll water is exactly. According to Britannica, chlorophyll is found in “nearly all photosynthetic organisms,” like plants, bacteria, and algae. “Chlorophyll is the pigment that gives plants their green color, and these plants use it to trap light needed for photosynthesis,” says Lisa Young, PhD, RDN, author of Finally Full, Finally Slim and member of our Medical Expert Board. Thanks to viral trends, chlorophyll is almost always associated with the drops you can put in your water or smoothies. However, you can consume this pigment by eating certain vegetables. “Green vegetables, like spinach, kale, and green beans, are rich natural sources of chlorophyll,” says Young. “If you eat your green veggies, you’ll get plenty of chlorophyll. However, most Americans don’t eat enough veggies.”
Vaccinated Blood is Contaminated with COVID Vaccine mRNA, Study Finds The scientists, while studying “something else” related to hepatitis, decided to test blood samples of their patients who got vaccinated for COVID-19 with mRNA vaccines for the presence of vaccine mRNA. Their approach was comprehensive: They looked at vaccinated and unvaccinated persons to have a control group. They distinguished between vaccine mRNA and viral RNA of Sars-Cov-2 They were careful to avoid contaminants showing up as positive reads for vaccine mRNA They distinguished, in their analyses, between Moderna and Pfizer mRNA genetic codes. These two vaccines encode the same spike proteins but contain different nucleotides (this is called codon optimization) I am proud of Castruita et al. for being meticulous with their analyses. I wish all “COVID research” was done with such in-depth safeguards against mistakes. This is what they found: We surprisingly found fragments of COVID-19 vaccine mRNA up to 28 days postvaccination in blood from chronic HCV patients vaccinated with mRNA vaccines from both Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. of the 108 patient samples, 10 samples (9.3%) had partial or up to full sequences of the vaccine mRNA sequence (Fig. 1), identified from one to 28 days postvaccination. There was ~100% identity between the detected mRNA nucleotide sequences found in plasma and the specific mRNA vaccine given. The 10 samples had a median of 5.5 million raw read pairs available (see Table S1). Breadth and depth of coverage of the vaccine mRNA sequences ranged from completeness and >20 000, respectively, to short fragments with a depth of coverage of 100 (Fig. 1). None of the negative or the HCV-positive controls had SARS-CoV-2 matching reads.
Manage or prevent fatty liver disease naturally with these tips Fatty liver disease can be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. Alcoholic is caused by heavy alcohol use, while non-alcoholic is caused by a build-up of fat in the liver not related to alcohol use. A study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology reported that the prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has grown proportionally with the rise in metabolic syndrome, obesity, sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy dietary patterns. Researchers indicated that a combination of dietary modifications and increased physical activity remains the mainstay of NAFLD management, which has been proven by numerous studies to have significant long-term health benefits but is hard for some to maintain. They also recommended that NAFLD patients, whether obese, overweight or not, should be educated that a healthy, quality diet and physical activity have benefits beyond weight reduction. Choose a healthy diet Opt for an eating plan that contains a variety of plant-based foods and healthy fats. Include a variety of fruits (apples, bananas, berries, dates, figs, melons, oranges, tomatoes), vegetables (broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, leafy greens, peppers, squash, sweet potatoes), legumes (beans, chickpeas, lentils, peas, pulses), healthy fats (avocados, nuts, olives, seeds), fish and lean meats (skinless chicken and turkey), whole grains (brown rice, couscous, quinoa, whole oats, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta) and use healthy oils such as extra virgin olive oil.