What helps us stay sick?

Written by on July 23, 2020

There are some Interesting parallels between what we ingest
and the consistent transformation of the flu virus. With the latest dietary
guidelines calling for three servings of low-fat or non-fat dairy a day, the
average family with two kids now consumes more than 85 gallons of milk a year.

What the government does not tell you, nor enforces the
removal of, is that most liquid fat is filled with carcinogens and antibodies.

Cows digest dioxins, an industrial by-product and a known
carcinogen, when they eat contaminated grass.

Milk that is conventionally produced often comes from cows
that are raised under disturbing farm conditions in that they may graze on
pastures that have been treated with pesticides, herbicides and sludge. When
the cattle are not let outside, they feed on dried grass and hay, which may be
GMO, and fish meal, which may contain PCBs and mercury.

Cows in conventional farms are often given antibiotics, even
when they are healthy, to prevent them from getting sick. In some factory
farms, thousands of cows are crammed inside barns to allow easy access for
milking. Their milk production can be forced beyond normal capacity through
Bayer/Monsanto’s synthetic growth hormones called rBST.

Studies show that these cows are more susceptible to
diseases because their natural life cycle is being distorted. So, when you eat
something that comes from a plant or an animal that has been tampered with by
the “superior” intelligence of humans, that item you consumed becomes a part of
you on a molecular level.

If cows ingest hormones, antibiotics, antibodies and
carcinogens, and you eat or drink anything from that cow, you are ingesting those
same antibiotics, antibodies and carcinogens. Time after time we self-medicate
ourselves and in many instances, over-medicate. Rather than let your immune
system do its job, you do it and pop a pill.

There are times when external medication is possibly needed,
like when you experience an allergic reaction to something that puts your
immune system into overdrive and you need a histamine blocker to keep your
immune system from causing you harm.

The flu virus is not one of those incidents. Each year
millions of people line up like good little lemmings to take their flu shots.
The shot you take is actually a strand or strands of either dead or weakened
flu viruses. With this in mind, your immune system sends out antibodies in
response, and the belief is that that will keep you safe from the flu until
next year.

But, we’ve been filling our bodies with antibiotics through
our food. And, although the milk supply is tested before it reaches consumers
to make sure it doesn’t contain antibiotics, the overuse of these medications
might contribute to the rise of drug-resistant bacteria, making some disease
more difficult to treat.

This is one of the main reasons that the flu virus mutates
year after year. It certainly appears that the flu virus is more intelligent
than humans. We keep trying to vaccinate and ward off all these viruses and
bacteria, but this forces them to mutate over and over.

Look at it mathematically: if you have a virus you treat it
with antibiotics to kill it, which is similar to a vaccine, except the
antibiotic does the actual work of your immune system. In the process, some of
the virus may not be eradicated and those antibodies have now formed the virus
to mutate.

Next time around you might have some of the original virus
and the mutated form to try and kill. So, what do we do? We create another
medication or vaccine against the two, and in turn, the second mutates again
and maybe even the original strand creates yet another new strand giving you
three or more. What a lose lose situation! What then can you do to stay healthy
during flu season?

For one thing, never ever touch your hands to your face,
especially your mouth. Think about what you could transmit from what you touch:
handles, doorknobs, faucets, other hands, and even worse, money, which is
probably the dirtiest of the dirty.

Next, you might want to consider eating to build your immune
system: A vegan diet centered around organically produced vegetables, fruits,
grains and seeds will give you optimum nutrition.

What about fish, you ask? What about mercury, PCBs, and
toxic waste, I ask?

Wage a war against your tongue and allow your intelligence
to prevail. And above all, if man made it, don’t eat it.

Nutritional supplements are beneficial as well. If I had to
choose one, it would be organic sulfur crystals. Why? Because viruses cannot
survive in an oxygenated environment, which is what the sulfur crystals release
to permeate the cells and restore them to their natural healthy condition.

Be aware of changes in the weather and dress accordingly to
keep your body heat secure.

Drink plenty of unfluoridated water and fresh juices, power
the antioxidents, never stop exercising and get good rest and sleep. Also, as a
parting word, Dr. Russell Blaylock, a prominent neurologist, has said that when
a senior takes a flu shot for five straight years, Alzheimer’s is right around
the corner.







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