Dietary Supplements For Covid-19 Are Untested And Cannot Make Any Claim They Prevent, Treat Or Cure Any Disease But Unproven Experimental Vaccines That Are Less Than 1% Effective And Untested For Safety In Large Populations Are Mandatory. The opportunity of a lifetime came to the dietary supplement industry when the World Health Organization announced a (pre-planned) pandemic caused by a newly mutated virus that the whole world population had no immunity against and for which there were no proven vaccines or medicines. Would dietary supplements as the only option save humanity from predicted extinction? Retail stores ran out of zinc pills. Thanks to the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service informing the world that intravenous
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Dietary Supplements For Covid-19 Are Untested And Cannot Make Any Claim They Prevent, Treat Or Cure Any Disease But Unproven Experimental Vaccines That Are Less Than 1% Effective And Untested For Safety In Large Populations Are Mandatory.
The opportunity of a lifetime came to the dietary supplement industry when the World Health Organization announced a (pre-planned) pandemic caused by a newly mutated virus that the whole world population had no immunity against and for which there were no proven vaccines or medicines. Would dietary supplements as the only option save humanity from predicted extinction?
Retail stores ran out of zinc pills. Thanks to the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service informing the world that intravenous vitamin C brought hospitalized patients back from a certain grave, C pills also vanished from store shelves. While modern medicine is still dragging its feet in denial, vitamin D has unequivocally produced a better survival rate than any proposed vaccine ever will. In fact, the effectiveness of the flu vaccine is dependent upon pre-inoculation vitamin D levels. Supplemental vitamin D among vitamin-deficient individuals improves vaccine efficacy. (Yet hospitals refuse to test for vitamin D blood levels upon admission. Hospitals can’t afford to implement vitamin D prophylactically due to loss of income.)
With no other alternatives available, the public reached for natural remedies such as vitamins (C and D), minerals (zinc and selenium), and herbals (garlic, resveratrol, licorice, to name a few).
Natural health product websites are “missing in action”
Yet an examination of dietary supplement industry websites makes one wonder why there is such a disconnect between public reliance upon natural remedies and the content on industry websites which appear to be oblivious to what actually happened.
- The homepage for the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) that represents suppliers and manufacturers of dietary supplements, looks like business as usual (the old normal). While any mention that natural remedies serve as antidotes against COVID-19 is against FDA regulations that forbids supplement companies from claims its products “prevent, cure or treat any disease,” the industry does have license to make science-backed “structure and function claims” that their products “promote health.” Yet even the CRN press releases make no mention of any natural products that help keep Americans healthy during this crisis. This is despite the CRN’s own survey that shows more than 7 in 10 Americans take dietary supplements and 43% of supplement users reported they had changed their regimen of supplements since the start of the pandemic.
- While the homepage for the Natural Products Association (NPA), an organization that represents manufacturers and retailers, is almost devoid of any mention of this health crisis, on a back-page it does mention it has lobbied to keep natural products retailers open under COVID-19 restrictions. On its homepage there is a link to a Twitter Tweet by the NPA chief executive about legislation (S. 4463) that would classify certain over-the-counter dietary supplements as qualified medical expenses. That legislation has not progressed beyond introduction.
- Inexplicably, the NPA website directs viewers to an unconvincing video comment from California governor Gavin Newsome where he lauds front-line health workers, a governor who is imposing such stiff restrictions on retailers that many thousands of health shops will certainly go out of business.
- On another back page the NPA’s President disclaims any natural remedy that is purported to be a remedy against COVID-19 is therefore outside of the law and urges consumers to wash their hands and avoid close contact with people who are sick. You would think the NPA is in the hand sanitizer business.
- There IS license within the law that allows the dietary supplement industry to make claims their products “promote health,” “support immunity,” “stimulate T-cells within the normal range,” “prime the immune system for vaccination,” and “support healthy antibody levels.”
- The National Health Federation, a health freedom organization, puts the COVID-19 crisis front and center. Helpful information is provided on alternatives to vaccines. It features a refusal/consent form for vaccination.
- The home page for Citizens for Health, a consumer organization that successfully lobbied for the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act in 1994 that prevented Congress from making dietary supplements drugs, doesn’t adequately address the COVID-19 crisis either. The CFR website does have an obscure “COVID CORNER” that advises the public to disinfect and avoid contact. There is a poignant report entitled “Does this simple vitamin play a pivotal role in decreasing COVID-19 mortality?” It’s about vitamin D.
With the exception of the National Health Federation website, the dietary supplement industry and major health freedom organizations appear to be intimidated by the FDA or are as clueless as everybody else is about COVID-19.
With over 70% of the American population taking dietary supplements, it’s possible vaccines never provided much protection against infectious disease while vitamin pills were helping the population develop herd immunity all along.
95% effectiveness is impossible
As of December 25, 2020, the U.S. reports 329,000 accumulated COVID-19 deaths since the start of the year within a population of 325 million Americans. In regard to mortality a vaccine cannot be any more effective than its death rate, which is only 1/10th of one-percent. You have to vaccinate 100% of all Americans to prevent 1 specious COVID-19 related death in 1000. That is a 99% over-vaccination rate.
Dietary supplements only need to be 2% effective to double the effectiveness of vaccines
The masses are being deceived. The 95% effectiveness numbers being bandied about by makers of experimental vaccines is just 1%. The 95% effectiveness number is a relative number. A placebo vaccine only reduces mortality risk by 0.1% and an RNA vaccine by 0.95%. But both numbers are under 1.0% in hard numbers (less than 1 in 100). Ninety-nine (99) out of 100 vaccinated individuals will receive no benefit and only face the prospect of side effects.
Were TB cases misclassified as COVID-19?
Despite the fact 94% of COVID-19 associated deaths may be due to old age and co-morbidities (diabetes, heart disease), or patients died with but not of COVID-19, the remaining 6% may just be cases of tuberculosis, another lung disease that is not being counted in the death figures, which suggests mass deception. Lockdowns are expected to increase the number of TB deaths by 200,000 to 400,000 worldwide as patients with active TB may not be able to obtain needed antibiotics, which could be mistakenly (or intentionally) attributed to COVID-19.
Keep your mouth shut if you want to keep selling dietary supplements
Vaccine makers can say their experimental unproven vaccines are “safe and effective” while dietary supplements are unproven (but not disproven) and any claims supplements are effective are muzzled. The rub is that supplement makers can’t even state their products prevent dietary deficiency disease like scurvy (vitamin C), rickets (vitamin D), beriberi (vitamin B1) or pernicious anemia (vitamin B12). This is of significant importance as you will learn below.
Vaccines planned to fail?
I wonder if our rulers don’t want the vaccines to fail so they can continue to keep us all locked down and under their control? Public health authorities say 4 of the first 7 vaccines will fail. Which one will Americans be forced to take? A University of Texas report asks: “Is it unethical to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine?” GreenMedInfo.com faces online censorship after it posted a report claiming an FDA document warned of a slew of vaccine side effects including death.
Bogus death numbers spread fear
This is all occurring as news agencies report more than 3000 deaths per day from COVID-19, but these have to be bogus reports since they are released the day after the so-called deaths occurred, before death certificates can accurately be tabulated. An estimated ~8000 American were dying every day prior to the COVID-19 outbreak anyway. No data shows there have been excess deaths due to COVID-19 before the lockdowns were ordered (more about that below).
Taking the fall for the other guy
With all that is said about potentially toxic dietary supplements, why health food stores must be hiding the dead bodies of their customers underneath their floorboards! Meanwhile, thousands of Americans are already experiencing vaccine-related side effects including severe allergic reactions and over a decade of vaccine trials have yet to show any vaccine can prevent a coronavirus infection. Vaccines may only allay symptoms temporarily, not provide long-term immunity.
What, no virus? Then how can there be vaccines?
The most egregious deception is there may be no COVID-19 virus. Health authorities in Ireland admit COVID-19 does not exist. The Polymerase Chain Reaction test being used to confirm infection rates is known to create false epidemics.
It’s a dietary deficiency disease
COVID-19 appears to be a dietary deficiency disease that mimics viral infections – vitamin B1 (thiamine) deficiency, known as beriberi. This would not be the first time a vitamin deficiency was confused for a viral epidemic. Beriberi fooled an entire advanced country in the mid-1970s into thinking it was a viral infection. It was then described as a “nation-ruining disease.”
The lockdowns have resulted in overconsumption of alcohol, sugar, coffee and tea that block or interfere with vitamin B1 absorption or utilization. Beriberi is known as the great masquerader. The military doesn’t need to be called out to vaccinate millions of Americans. The antidote for beriberi is at health shops, not vaccination centers.
Can you imagine the owners of dietary supplement shops being mandated to coerce their employees to vaccinate against COVID-19 when their store shelves have proven cures on their shelves? Dietary supplements may be unproven, but they are not disproven. Dietary supplements are safer than table sugar, salt, aspirin, penicillin, insulin, diuretics, acid blockers and statin drugs.
Despite the great promise of dietary supplements, dietary supplement industry leadership is, with one exception, not only misdirected, but it has no backbone. I’m not sure the dietary supplement industry is committed to telling the world about the safety and efficacy of its own products.