Mainstream news is designed to make you sick -
does not tell you what you need to know
about how to build your immune system.
Even in the middle of a fake pandemic !!!
Big pharma pills and shots make you sick.
Ads are for drugs, loans, toys, junk food, vehicles, houses...
- driving is not running!
sitting is not running!
New York Times leaks some good info to help rich 1% NYC rulers stay alive and thrive.
Rich can afford books, doctors, trainers, coaches,..….
Move to rich area and do as they do to survive.
I quit flu shots, vaccinations 15 years ago.
Vitamins sold out yesterday at Target
as China poison supply dries up.
Stores crowded, overflowing, panic.
Sheeple going nuts from boredom and junk food.
Never saw so many shoppers speeding all across town,
No pandemic here, mostly white people, many too fat dementia.
17 victims in the big city so far?
Beautiful summer weather 90/70 after cool 77/55 for a week.
It is fun, cheap, easy and tasty to stay healthy, mentally and physically,
build a strong immune system.
Thousands of books and articles this century that sick old farts never read.
Free in library or cheap in bookstores.
Some authors have a few podcasts such as:
Show 1222: How Can You Optimize Your Microbiome?
To optimize your microbiome,
focus on fiber.
The more different types of plants you consume,
the more your gut microbes will thrive.
Reassessing Flu Shots as the Season Draws Near
2012-11-05, New York Times
It's flu-shot season, and public health officials are urging everyone over 6 months of age to get one.
For vaccine manufacturers,
it's a bonanza:
Influenza shots ... are a multibillion-dollar global business.
But how good are they?
in a step tantamount to heresy in the public health world,
scientists at the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota released a report saying
that influenza vaccinations provide only modest protection for healthy young and middle-age adults,
and little if any protection for those 65 and older.
Moreover, the report's authors concluded, federal vaccination recommendations …
are based on inadequate evidence and poorly executed studies.
Michael T. Osterholm,
director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy
"It does not protect as promoted.
It's all a sales job: it's all public relations."
While researching the report …
the authors discovered a recurring error in influenza vaccine studies
that led to an exaggeration of the vaccine's effectiveness.
They also discovered 30 inaccuracies in the statement on influenza vaccines
put forth by the expert panel that develops vaccine recommendations,
all of which favor the vaccine.
The new report from the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy
is not the first to point out the shortcomings of influenza vaccines,
The Cochrane Collaboration, an international network of experts that evaluates medical research,
concluded in a 2010 review that the vaccines …
have minimal impact in seasons when vaccines and viruses are mismatched.
Note: A 2020 study on the annual flu vaccine in the Annals of Internal Medicine concluded that
"no evidence indicated that vaccination reduced hospitalizations or mortality among elderly persons."
For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing news articles on vaccines from reliable major media sources.