Current Posts – 7 June 2020

Just how much longer can the NHS keep turning a blind eye to the virus-fighting potential of vitamin C? It’s understood elsewhere, but here the only bright side is that this lack of vision might open some other eyes. Might prompt a hammering on closed doors. Nutrition needs to demand entry to fight that other ongoing epidemic – the remorseless rise of metabolic diseases. [Read the post…]

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The pandemic is driving a bonfire of red tape, No “health and safety gone mad” checks must get in the way of rolling out tests as fast as possible. Knowing who’s got it and who’s immune will be very useful but not at the expense of reliability and safety. Here are some of the details that probably aren’t being covered in the regular prints. [Read the post…]

The drug cupboard was bare of safe and effective treatments for the virus when it struck. However, one rapidly emerged that was vital for the immune system to work and could protect against the invader in a variety of ways – Vitamin C. Trouble was that medical profession doesn’t understand vitamins and thinks they don’t work, so it was casually dismissed.  Big mistake that has just been put right. [Read the post…]

The idea that vitamin C can help to treat patients infected with a killer virus seems, at first sight, implausible. It’s something you need in a healthy diet, not in a critical care unit. But it is also a key part of the immune system, designed precisely to help with infections. So, using it is not so daft.  What’s more, American critical care experts are starting to agree and running trials. Keep taking the tablets. [Read the post…]



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