Nutrition plays important role in preventing infectious diseases

Nutrition plays important role in preventing infectious diseases

Even more interesting was that 58 percent of all measles cases ere contracted by people who had been vaccinated, while only 42 percent of unvaccinated children contracted the disease. A similar finding was seen in those vaccinated against pertussis, with 46 percent of vaccinated children contracting the disease.

Vaccines...

--activate microglia
--stimulate excitotoxicity
--cause leaky gut syndrome
--encourage release of neuro active food components
--promote yeast infections
--deplete vital nutrients
--precipitate abnormal brain-pathway development
--destroy dentritic connections
--deplete (DHA)

So what could account for the dramatic fall in infectious disease rates before vaccinations? It has been demonstrated numerous times that nutrition plays a vital role in susceptibility to infectious disease. Of particular importance is vitamin A status, which has been demonstrated numerous times.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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