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  • You May Need More Vitamin C – New Analysis of Landmark Scurvy Study Leads To Update on Vitamin C Needs

    09/30/2021 6:20:46 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 36 replies ^ | 30 SEPTEMBER 2021 | By UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
    It was wartime and food was scarce. Leaders of England’s effort to wage war and help the public survive during World War II needed to know: Were the rations in lifeboats adequate for survival at sea? And, among several experiments important for public as well as military heath, how much vitamin C did a person need to avoid the deadly disease scurvy? In one experiment at the Sorby Research Institute in Sheffield, called the “shipwreck” experiment, volunteers were fed only what the navy carried in lifeboats. The grueling experiment resulted in more water and less food being carried in lifeboats....
  • NIH Now Includes Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Zinc as Recommended in the Prevention or Treatment of COVID

    09/17/2021 10:30:58 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 25 replies
    After more than a year of discussions on whether certain vitamins and minerals help with the prevention and treatment of COVID, the NIH now shows that Vitamin C, Vitamin and D and Zinc work.The NIH is finally recognizing that certain supplements do help in the treatment of COVID. A year ago to the day, Rep. Louie Gohmert recovered from COVID by taking HCQ and zinc and the Mainstream Media had nothing to say about it.TRENDING: New Missouri COVID Whistleblower: HOSPITALS are LYING to the public about COVID… and I CAN PROVE IT “Without a Doubt Hydroxychloroquine Protocols Helped Me –...
  • The #1 Best Supplement For Your Brain, According to a Doctor

    08/20/2021 7:52:54 PM PDT · by be-baw · 41 replies
    Eat This, Not That ^ | August 19, 2021 | Jeff Csatari
    What's good for the body is good for the brain. For example, getting lots of exercise, reducing stress, going easy on the alcohol, and not smoking are all no-brainer brain boosters that you've heard about. But what has been getting more attention these days is the surprising connection between your gray matter and your diet. "The nutrients from food influence chemicals that directly and indirectly affect your brain and in turn change the way you think and feel," says nutritional psychiatrist, Uma Naidoo, MD, a professional chef, nutrition expert, and author of the book This Is Your Brain on Food....
  • Will the Epigenetic process of methylation block the mRNA from replicating the DNA that produces the Spiked Protein?

    07/28/2021 12:36:07 PM PDT · by tired&retired · 34 replies
    In 2003 Randy Jirtle at Duke University used 4 B vitamins to block the DNA transcription process of Agouti Mice that were genetically predisposed to cancer, diabetes and obesity. It blocked the transcription of aberrant DNA utilizing a protein sleeve that blocked the replication process. The unusual thing was that the offspring of the pregnant mice who were fed the supplements did not have the negative attributes and neither did the next generation. I have been fighting fatigue and severe cramping ever since my J&J vaccine, after having Covid in January 2020. I started on the mega B vitamins, and...
  • Vitamin B3 as a possible treatment for glaucoma

    06/05/2021 9:54:17 AM PDT · by ConservativeMind · 11 replies
    Glaucoma involves a high risk of losing sight. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and St. Erik Eye Hospital, among others, have now studied the effects of nicotinamide, the amide of vitamin B₃, on animal and cell models for glaucoma. The study, published in Redox Biology, may be a future neuroprotective therapy in glaucoma in humans. A clinical trial will start in the autumn. In glaucoma, the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain, is progressively damaged, often in association with elevated pressure inside the eye. The only treatment strategies currently available target the pressure in the eye using eye...
  • Flintstones Vitamins Now Available With Puberty Blockers

    05/03/2021 7:04:40 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 29 replies
    The Babylon Bee ^ | April 30, 2021 | The Babylon Bee
    WHIPPANY, NJ—Bayer AG, the multinational pharmaceutical corporation, has announced a brand new line of trans-friendly Flintstones vitamins laced with puberty-blocking hormones. To help normalize early childhood transition, the vitamins will be on sale over the counter without restriction. "Yes, zis seems all very ethical," said Bayer CEO Hans Von Himmler while stroking his pet cat-pig hybrid. "Ve simply give ze little girl-child ze hormones, and then ze beard grows. Ve always on ze right side of history." Flintstones vitamins' new girl-to-boy chewables will be made of anabolic steroids with vitamins and delicious fruit flavors added in. The vitamins will be...
  • Fewer COVID-19 Infections Detected in Women Who Take Certain Vitamins, Study Claims

    04/20/2021 8:14:22 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 30 replies ^ | 20 APRIL 2021 | JACINTA BOWLER
    While in some countries the vaccine rollout is well underway, many of us still live amidst the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic without protection, and need all the help we can get. An interesting study by an international team of researchers has now found a small association with supplement use, indicating fewer COVID-19 infections in women who are taking certain types of vitamins. But don't rush to the pharmacy just yet. Firstly, it's important to remember that the potential merits of multivitamins are extremely limited. Doctors generally advise that most people get enough micronutrients in their diet to keep healthy,...
  • New Research Shows High Vitamin D Levels May Protect Against COVID-19, Especially for Black People

    03/19/2021 11:18:09 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 100 replies ^ | MARCH 19, 2021 | By UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MEDICINE
    Food rich in vitamin D. In a retrospective study of individuals tested for COVID-19, vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient were associated with a lower risk of COVID-19. A new research study at the University of Chicago Medicine has found that when it comes to COVID-19, having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower the risk of infection, especially for Black people. The study, published today (March 19, 2021) in JAMA Open Network, retrospectively examined the relationship between vitamin D levels and likelihood of testing positive for COVID-19. While levels of 30 ng/ml or more...
  • Reversal of Clogged Arteries Is Real! Here Are EVEN MORE Ways I Do It

    01/27/2021 1:28:38 PM PST · by ConservativeMind · 64 replies ^ | Dec 18, 2018 | Joel Kahn
    I was taught in medical school that coronary artery disease (CAD), or the blockages that can choke off blood flow to the heart, progresses from minor “streaks” in youth, to visible plaques young adulthood, and on to complicated plaques and major problems later in life. During my training the arrow always pointed towards heart disease advancing and never reversing. This is just not true! Indeed, for nearly 3 decades it has been known that just as arteries can worsen with time, they can also improve rapidly. Some of the measures to achieve this are presented here. Statin Medication While reversal...
  • Scientists study melatonin as possible COVID-19 treatment

    12/30/2020 9:04:52 AM PST · by Red Badger · 58 replies ^ | By Yaron Steinbuch December 29, 2020 | 11:47am | Updated
    Melatonin, a dietary supplement often used by insomnia sufferers, could be used to possibly help prevent or treat COVID-19, according to researchers at the Cleveland Clinic. The hormone — which regulates the sleep-wake cycle — was associated with an almost 30 percent reduced likelihood of contracting the disease, the scientists said in research published in the journal PLOS Biology, KIRO 7 reported. Additional studies are required about the over-the-counter supplement, the researchers said. “It is very important to note these findings do not suggest people should start to take melatonin without consulting their physician,” lead researcher Feixiong Cheng of the...
  • Drinking hot cocoa could make you smarter — especially if it’s enriched with this

    11/25/2020 6:48:41 AM PST · by mac_truck · 19 replies ^ | 11/24/2020 | Chris Malore
    BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom — As winter arrives, hot tea and cocoa naturally become popular drink choices with a lot of people. A new study finds drinking cocoa is not just the popular choice, it may also be the “smart” choice as well. Researchers at the University of Birmingham say consuming flavanol-rich products, such as cocoa, increases one’s mental performance. Flavanols are a group of molecules which occur naturally in fruits and vegetables. They’re a member of the plant flavonoid family and are common in cocoa, grapes, apples, tea, berries, and even wine. While previous studies reveal these molecules can improve...
  • COVID-19: Fauci says he takes vitamin D and C supplements to reduce his 'susceptibility to infection'

    09/13/2020 2:03:30 AM PDT · by conservative98 · 70 replies
    Times Now ^ | Updated Sep 13, 2020 | 13:42 IST | Anushree Gupta
    The leading infectious-disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci recommends that people take vitamin supplements, especially with the schools resuming operations between COVID-19 pandemic, and the flu season nearing. Key Highlights Dr Anthony Fauci, in an interview revealed that he consumes vitamin D and C supplements to reduce his susceptibility to infections He said he recommends that people should consume these supplements (Cut) For the uninitiated, Dr Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the USA. Speaking with actress Jennifer Garner in a social media live interview, Fauci mentioned that he himself takes vitamin C...
  • Vitamin K2 Reverses Artery Hardening by 40%

    09/08/2020 6:56:27 AM PDT · by ConservativeMind · 46 replies
    Blood Journal/Rejuvenation Science ^ | 2007 | L.J. Schurgers, H.M.H. Spronk, B.A.M. Soute, P.M. Schiffers, J.G.R. DeMey, and C. Vermeer.
    A high-dose vitamin K supplement reduced calcium precipitates associated with hardening of the arteries by 37 percent in rats, scientists from The Netherlands have reported. If the results can be reproduced in humans, high-dose vitamin K could have potential clinical implications for reducing arterial calcification, which is an important independent risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD). “High vitamin K intake not only prevents calcification, but even regresses arterial calcifications,” lead researcher Leon Schurgers said. There are two main forms of vitamin K: phylloquinone, also known as phytonadione, (vitamin K1) which is found in green leafy vegetables such...
  • Scott Adams: Is every risk factor for #COVID19 a Vitamin D deficiency in disguise?

    05/15/2020 9:11:54 AM PDT · by grundle · 73 replies
    Wordpress and Twitter ^ | May 8 and May 15, 2020 | Dan from Squirrel Hill commenting on comments by Scott Adams
    Scott Adams: Is every risk factor for #COVID19 a Vitamin D deficiency in disguise? Scott Adams: just brought up this really great point at Twitter. This is what he said:Is every risk factor for #COVID19 a Vitamin D deficiency in disguise? Google it: old, overweight, black, diabetic, smog dwellers, nursing homes, prisons, shaded NYC streets, Chinese urban dwellers, covered body parts (Iran). All would have vitamin D issues.Maybe we only think the heat and sunlight and humidity are what makes most viruses fade in summer. I believe science is not entirely sure why summer helps. All four variables seem promising,...
  • Michigan Doctor, 92, treats himself, says he beat COVID-19 (Another Hydroxychloroquine anecdotal success story)

    04/24/2020 5:22:10 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies ^ | 04/19/2020
    Interview with Dr. Ananda Prasad, Medical Research Doctor, Michigan April 19, 2020 - Detroit, Michigan The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major turbulence across the planet. Several theories and assumptions on prevention and cure have kept the social media busy. As thousands of lives have fought hard and lost, here’s a sunshine “recovery” story of a senior couple – 92 years old Dr. Ananda Prasad and his wife Aryabala – both of whom were COVID-19 positive but have since recovered using a treatment approach with Zinc. According to Dr. Prasad, Zinc has been his area of research for several years...
  • NYS Dr reply to patient inquiry for Hydroxychloroquine Treatment

    04/19/2020 9:43:34 AM PDT · by motoman · 55 replies
    Self | 04/19/2020 | Motoman
    This was my sister's family Dr. Office response in upstate NY regarding her question for use of Hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for Covid-19. I have "x'd out" private info out of respect for her personal privacy.
  • The 15 Best Supplements to Boost Your Immune System Right Now

    03/29/2020 9:12:07 AM PDT · by hapnHal · 73 replies
    healthline ^ | 24 March 20 | Jillian Kubala
      An important note No supplement will cure or prevent disease.With the 2019 coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, it’s especially important to understand that no supplement, diet, or other lifestyle modification other than social distancing and proper hygiene practices can protect you from COVID-19. Currently, no research supports the use of any supplement to protect against COVID-19 specifically.Your immune system consists of a complex collection of cells, processes, and chemicals that constantly defends your body against invading pathogens, including viruses, toxins, and bacteria (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source). Keeping your immune system healthy year round is key to preventing infection and disease. Making healthy...
  • How to Inhibit Coronavirus [COVID-19] 5 Supplements

    03/03/2020 7:32:55 AM PST · by GraceG · 23 replies ^ | 1-30-2020 | Joseph McGuire
    Disclaimer We will discuss the potential ways to inhibit coronavirus, specifically the Novel Coronavirus (nCoV). The author does not intend to diagnose, treat, or cure coronavirus. Do not read this post as a medical advice. It is solely intended for entertainment purpose.
  • Book Review: China Rx: Exposing the Risks of America’s Dependence on China for Medicine

    02/12/2020 8:14:30 PM PST · by Pelham · 29 replies
    Assoc of American Phys and Surgeons ^ | June 8, 2019 | Gibson and Singh
    “Without firing a missile or hacking the electric grid, China can take America down by disrupting access to essential drugs,” write the authors of this important book. This book is a fine piece of investigative journalism that educates the reader about the genesis of China’s grip on our supply of medications. China is now the largest global supplier of the active ingredients and chemical building blocks needed to make many vitamins, and prescription and over-the-counter drugs. These include antibiotics, steroids, and cancer drugs. Until the mid-1990s, the U.S., Europe, and Japan manufactured 90 percent of the global supply of key...
  • If you grew up in the 1950's, do you remember...

    12/24/2019 10:30:05 PM PST · by MHT · 135 replies
    Free Republic ^ | 12-25-2019 | Self
    My husband and grew up in the 1950's and are trying to remember the name of a health product that was given like peanut butter, on a spoon, usually at night.