Showing posts from May, 2023

Australian garlic kills Covid and flu with ‘99.9 per cent efficacy’: Study

A world-first study reportedly shows certain Australian garlic varieties kill Covid and the flu with “99.9 per cent efficacy” - but not everyone agrees with the findings. A world-first study which reportedly shows certain Australian garlic varieties kill Covid and the flu with “99.9 per cent efficacy” is yet to be officially published, while the industry body which commissioned the research has “not decided to release the detailed findings”.   Melbourne’s Doherty Institute  on Wednesday  (May 31, 2023) revealed that it had discovered the potent antiviral properties of Australian-grown garlic after 18 months of in-vitro testing against the SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza type A viruses, using ingredients extracted from different garlic strains. “We wanted to know if these strains had the possibility of killing Covid-19,” Dr Julie McAuley, manager of Doherty’s high containment facility Covid-19 research lab, told  The Australian Financial Review .

Ivermectin vs Quercetin vs Hydroxychloroquine: What's the Difference? (2023 Edition)

As of May 2023, there are  more than 3,000 studies  published related to the treatment and prevention of COVID-19. If you are still confused about the recommendations made by different professional groups for the COVID-19 pandemic, you've come to the right place.  The number of options for the treatment of COVID-19 has increased drastically in recent months, thus making it complicated when it comes to choosing the right combination. In general, there are 3 broad categories of medical interventions: Prevention or Prophylaxis e.g. vaccine Early out-patient treatment Hospital treatment All these treatments come with various technologies and jargons, thus could be overwhelming and confusing for you as a consumer. Generally, multiple treatments and strategies are used in combination to achieve the best possible outcome.  The medical community themselves are battling over ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine on whether they should be used to

Over 300 COVID-19 Papers Withdrawn for Not Meeting Standards of Scientific Soundness

Research journals have withdrawn well over 300 articles on COVID-19 due to compromised ethical standards and concerns about the publications’ scientific validity. Retraction Watch has provided a running list of withdrawn papers on COVID-19 ranging from “Acute kidney injury associated with COVID-19” to “Can Your AI Differentiate Cats from COVID-19?” A total of 330 research papers have currently been retracted. During the pandemic, researchers have compromised on ethical standards and tried to either get more publications approved or to take shortcuts around ethics, senior researcher Gunnveig Grødeland at the Institute of Immunology at the University of Oslo says, after going through the  list  of articles that have been withdrawn, and the reasons for some of them. While it is quite natural for some articles to be updated or changed to be published in a different form, some have been retracted because the researchers did not obtain informed consent during the research. “It will, of cours

The Role of Metabolic Health in Better COVID-19 Outcomes

Return guest Dr. Paul Saladino is a board-certified psychiatrist and also board certified in nutrition. He wrote "The Carnivore Code," which just came out in an updated second edition. In this interview, he discusses the impact metabolic health has on COVID-19 outcomes. He's done a magnificent job explaining the science that supports the natural lifestyle strategies that optimize our immune systems to defeat not only COVID-19, but also most other infectious agents. "The psychiatry was a jump-off point for thinking about how immune function and metabolic health affects mental health," he says. "I quickly realized that everything in the body was connected and I couldn't just focus on the brain without focusing on the rest of the body, and that has led us to where we are today. I think that as we are faced with coronavirus, it's a reminder of the metabolic health and how critical that is. I think so much of the


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