For Those Who've Taken The Juice
A few weeks ago, a friend snail-mailed some information to me regarding the covid19 vaccine. Knowing I was a nutritionist, and a lover of all things natural, she sent me this letter believing I would find it useful. And I believe it is.
Now, this isn't about "detoxing" from the vaccine, it is about diverting the process which causes damage. And although this is really helpful information, the best health option would be to avoid the shot altogether. But it's still useful to nearly everyone since it's well known and documented that vaccines are able to shed (via live-bacterium) to others directly from the people who've taken a shot. And since we don't know what the long term effects or outcomes will be, with receiving the shot or being around those who have, these nutrients and natural substances could potentially help everyone.
Regardless of where you stand on vaccinations, the substances mentioned below will help protect against cellular damage from the covid shot, so it's worth passing along.
In the letter...
As the letter states, "This information could possibly save someone's life and has been provided to us by a physician who wishes to remain anonymous. The goal of this physicians research is to help the body recover from the damage and detoxify, stabilize and cleanse the toxic ingredients from the body including hydrogels, luciferase and nanobots, as well as silence the messenger RNA (mRNA) contained in the covid vaccine."
Below you will find what was written in the letter sent to me. Upon searching online, I found a few different sites/blogs with this information posted as well, but I do not know the original author. I've decided to share this info on my blog because what would be the purpose of having this information, that could potentially help people, and not sharing it?
What Is mRNA?
Messenger RNA (mRNA) mediates the transfer of genetic information from the cell nucleus to ribosomes in the cytoplasm, where it serves as a template for protein synthesis.
Genes specify proteins via transcription ("rewriting" the DNA sequence in the form of mRNA) and translation ("decoding" the mRNA and building the protein). In other words, RNA synthesis is transcription, while protein synthesis is translation.
So, if the covid vaccine uses mRNA to change your genetic code, then the key to preventing damage would logically be to interfere with the translation of the message, right?
The RNA Interference system (RNAi) is a mechanism by which cells control gene expression by shutting off translation of mRNA. RNAi can also be used to shut down translation of viral proteins when a cell is infected by a virus (live-bacterium, in this case). The RNAi system also has the potential to be exploited therapeutically and can prevent the viral RNA from replicating.
Below are the TOP FIVE recommended substances to mitigate damage from mRNA vaccines (in no particular order). Bold printed words are links to the science behind each nutrient.
1 | IODINE
An essential mineral, iodine is used by the thyroid gland to make thyroid hormones that control many functions int eh body, including growth and development, repairing damaged cells and supporting a healthy metabolism.
Because your body does not produce iodine, it needs to be supplied in the diet. Iodine can also be used to detoxify toxic compounds and strongly increases the mRNA decay rate. Dietary iodine also controls its own absorption through regulation of the sodium/iodine (NIS) symporter, which protects the functions of the thyroid gland.
Natural resources of iodine include seaweed, cod, shrimp, tuna, yogurt, eggs, prunes and lima beans.
2 | ZINC
Zinc enables the body to make proteins and DNA, contributes to wound healing and plays a role in childhood growth and development. It also has antioxidant properties that play an important role in cell-mediated immune function and modulates mRNA levels of cytokines.
Zinc has been shown to to regulate transcription in cancer cells. Plus zinc globally down-regulates microRNA expression with key enzymes and proteins necessary for microRNA maturation and stability.
Lastly, zinc-finger protein serrate is among the plant compounds that may silence mRNA.
Natural resources for zinc include dark chocolate, sweet potatoes, quinoa, rice, yogurt, eggs, cheese, nuts (cashews, almonds, peanuts, pine nuts), sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds, lentils, chickpeas, oysters, shrimp and crab.
3 | QUERCETIN
Quercetin, a flavonoid with multiple proven health benefits to both man and animals, displays a plethora ofbiological activities.
Quercetin-treated neutrophils exhibited a remarkable suppression in mRNA expression of various pro inflammatory genes.
One of the lesser-known and recently discovered roles of quercetin, is modulation of microRNA expression, which plays a vital role in health and disease.
Natural resources of quercetin include broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, citrus fruits, bell peppers, asparagus, black tea, green tea, elderberry tea, tomatoes, kale, cherries, berries, shallots, red onion (highest vegetable source), capers (most concentrated source) and scallions.
4 | SUPERCHARGED C60
(Non-Carbon Activated Charcoal)
Carbon-60 (C60) is a naturally occurring molecule comprised of 60 carbon atoms forming something that looks like a hollow soccer ball. The scientific name for C60 is "Buckminsterfullerene" and it is the only molecule of a single element to form a spherical cage, and it may be the most powerful antioxidant yet known, performing the antioxidant action of Superoxide Dismutase, Glutathione, Catalase and CoQ10.
Over the past 13 years, the "Supercharged" C60 fullerene molecule has been examined, tested and characterized by no less than 15 universities and 5 federally certified research laboratories, resulting in more than "600 evaluations".
There has also been considerable positive research conducted regarding Supercharged C60 potential uses in electromagnetic field (EMF) absorption. The Supercharged C60 molecule is a nano carbon material that exhibits incredibly potent antioxidant properties that may augment the body's ability to manage oxidative stress in both healthy and diseased states.
Studies indicate that carbon nano carriers can deliver small interfering RNA (siRNA) and enable a myriad of plant biotechnology mRNA applications, internalize into cells and subsequent gene silencing efficiency- being critical for efficient gene knockdown.
Supercharged C60 isn't naturally found in food, so the best option is to find a company or high-quality brand to purchase from. I've provided some links below to a couple of brands I personally like.
5 | PQQ (PYRROLOQUINOLINE QUININE)
Pyrroloquinoline quinine (PQQ) is a powerful antioxidant and cellular energy booster that works to support the health of your energy-producing mitochondria, protecting them from oxidative damage, even helping you grow new mitochondria. PQQ is actually the only nutrient on earth known to be capable of generating new mitochondria.
PQQ is contained in fruits, vegetables and human breast milk. It's a plant growth factor and bacterial cofactor. Studies have shown that PQQ disodium salt (BioPQQ) has positive effects on cognitive function and may have a protective effect on UVA irradiation-induced aging.
Natural resources for PQQ include parsley, green pepper, kiwifruit, papaya, tofu, green tea and spinach.
More Options For Nutrients
Below are some brands that I recommend but you can also search online for these products, as well as find them in most natural health food stores. Try to find high quality, whole food supplements that are readily bioavailable, so that higher concentrations are absorbed by the body.
The best protocol would be to consume the foods that contain these nutrients, as mentioned above, along with supplementing as well. This will give you your best chance for these substances to work in your body to help protect you from cellular damage. And although I would recommend not getting the shot at all, I understand some people felt pressured and feel like they didn't have a choice. So if you're worried about how these shots are going to effect you and you want the least damage possible, this may be your answer.
Remember, it's important to be persistent when eating and supplementing for specific health outcomes. Trying this for a week probably won't help much. You will need to dedicate yourself to making sure you are eating the right foods, along with supplementing, for several months.
To Your Health And Happiness!
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Do you want to know my biggest frustration when it comes to health? The thing that makes my blood boil, makes me hopping mad, makes me want to do this face ????…?
It’s what I call ‘health BS’…needless, careless, hype, designed purely for headlines, clicks, shares and for the sake of being ‘controversial’ for attention. I’d go as far as to call it exploitation of information.
We are seeing it more and more these days.
First it was the oxalate and “Kale is BAD for You!”…that was completely unfounded, without research or evidence, but boy it got a lot of clicks for a few websites… (see more about the truth on oxalate here)
Then it was nightshades and “Don’t Eat Tomatoes!”…that too, is based on totally false science, fuzzy logic, and is without research or evidence…but wow, a couple of folks sold some extra books….
And now it’s the frightfully (misleadingly) titled ”anti-nutrients”…
And all of a sudden spinach, lettuce, tomato, quinoa, lentils, almonds, broccoli and more are off the table…
Wow. I better stop eating those quicker than you can say ‘fake news’, right?
Not quite. And we need to dig into this one a little more to get the real truth. And the simple truth too.
Now – whereas the nightshade and the oxalate/goitrogen fuzzy-logic-stories were completely without evidence and were making a ton of giant leaps with their hypotheses…anti-nutrients ARE in these foods, they DO exist and we actually know a LOT about them.
But once again, why would people let the truth get in the way of a good controversial headline or book?
This all pains me so much because I know, from my 15 years experience of coaching people to their health goals and dreams, that confusion, complexity, overwhelm and frustration are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse when it comes to taking action with your health and everything I do is to help you to take action…
And provocative, fuzzy logic health claims like these are doing nothing but causing people to stop and give up. They’re causing paralysis by confusion.
In my ‘Living Alkaline with Ross’ Facebook group last week (it’s free by the way – you can join here) I saw a tongue-in-cheek post from one of my members who said,
“I’ve read ten health books since the start of the year, and I’m ready to start – but if I follow all of the advice I’ve read, the only thing left to eat is air!”
And I get it. And the hype around anti-nutrients has now left us believing that even some of the most ‘safe’ healthy foods – staples like broccoli, lettuce, spinach, pumpkin, almonds, sunflower seeds, quinoa – are now suddenly off limits? I can see how anyone would want to just throw in the towel and give up.
So today, I want to lift the lid on all of this, give you the real truth, the science, the research and most importantly – you’re simple steps forward, so you can completely understand what anti-nutrients are, what you need to be aware of, careful of and what you can ignore. You’ll know the foods you can eat, those you can avoid and everything in between.
If you currently have a health challenge and you’ve been told to avoid anti-nutrients…or if you’ve just heard the scare-story and want to know more….or even if this is the first time you’ve even heard of ‘anti-nutrients’, I want you to read on, because I’m about to make things very clear and simple for you.
What Are Anti-Nutrients?
This is the best place to start, so we really understand what lay behind this ever-so-negative name…
Anti-nutrients, are natural compounds (note, not a result of genetic engineering, they’re natural) in plants.
In the scientific community, the term anti-nutrient was attributed to certain plants because some of the compounds in the plant can be linked to a lower absorption rate of some of the other nutrients in that plant.
Based on that information alone, you can see how some people have taken that one fact and run wild with it.
But we need to dig into this a bit more, because that’s only one tenth of the full picture.
These antinutrients include:
They are a small part of the bigger, complex matrix that makes up the growing plant tissue.
And indeed it is TRUE that some of these anti-nutrient compounds CAN lessen the body’s absorption and use of certain minerals and other nutrients to some degree…
But this is only one part of the picture.
What You Need to Know About Anti-Nutrients RIGHT NOW
There is a bigger picture here, and please remember this because it is so important:
While one result of consuming anti-nutrients is that they block certain mineral absorption, you HAVE to know that they do NOT block the absorption of that mineral entirely, they only block a small amount, they only block it during THAT MEAL (not all day and night).
For the consumption of anti-nutrients to become and issue from a nutrient-blocking perspective you would have to both:
What’s in a name…?
The name ‘anti-nutrients’ is hugely misleading. It only refers to this one (let’s face it, insignificant) action. I wish it had another name.
These compounds, which are also referred to as the much more accurate ‘phytonutrients’ also have incredible health benefits!
We celebrate phytonutrients, but we chastise anti-nutrients. It’s all in the name – they’re the same compounds!
These same compounds which are being demonised to the degree that people are fearing the wonderfully healthy quinoa, spinach and broccoli are full of disease-fighting, protective, alkaline, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant-rich goodness!
When Anti-Nutrients Turn GOOD!This is the real truth – with many foods there is good and bad. There is risk and reward. There is balance. This is absolutely the case with anti-nutrients phytonutrients. Yes, some may decrease the absorption of some nutrients. This risk is minimal, but it is there, we know it exists. However, these foods all have huge benefits too.
Remember – we’re talking fresh, natural foods here! We’re talking broccoli, spinach, lettuce, cabbage, almonds, flax, quinoa, tomato, bell pepper – some of the most healthy, commonly consumed, alkaline, staples going!
These foods contain anti-nutrients but their benefit so, so, so, so far outweighs the minuscule risk of the anti nutrient activity.
Let’s Look at a Few Anti-Nutrients in More Detail
Let’s take glucosinolates as our first example, which are found in broccoli in particular. Glucosinolates can lower the thyroid’s ability to absorb iodine.
But unless you eat an astronomical amount of broccoli AND you’re chronically deficient in iodine (which is practically impossible in the developed world), it’s likely the consumption of broccoli is not going to any damage…in fact, the consumption of broccoli is going to help HEAL your thyroid as not only does it have a hugely anti-inflammatory, alkaline-forming effect but the iron, omega 3, vitamin c, selenium, zinc and more in broccoli are specifically super-protective and healing for the thyroid.
Phytic acid / phytates
Phytates are one of the most demonised – the most accused – as they reduce the absorption of calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium. However, as I’ve mentioned – the reduction of absorption is not only tiny, but is restricted to the food they are contained within (not your overall daily diet)…plus phytates have been proven to improves glucose response, reduce kidney stones, give anti-cancer protection, reduce osteoporosis risk, protect and repair DNA and is a powerful antioxidant.
Again, the benefit far outweighs the negative.
Even tannins, which can bind to iron, sure – have been proven to be anti-cancer, support the cardiovascular system, they have anti-microbial properties and so much more.
And polyphenols, which most people would be surprised to hear are an ‘anti-nutrient’ because all we hear are great things…but yep they’re also on the list! And as we know, polyphenols have huge and diverse benefits for human health including fighting cancer cells, protecting the skin against ultraviolet radiation, fighting free radicals, promoting cognitive health, reducing inflammation, supporting blood sugar health and so much more.
I hope you can already start to see how this myth that’s grown around anti-nutrients has been blown way way out of proportion and has been mis-interpreted, mis-communicated and dare I say it again, exploited for attention, website clicks and book sales.
What You Need to Know Now, Be Aware Of, Be Careful of & Take Forward
The core facts about anti-nutrients, and the reason I want you to largely ignore the hype are:
When people talk about avoiding anti nutrients, they often focus on a couple in particular – lectins and phytates – and those two are both found in gluten-containing grains such as wheat, barley, rye, spelt and so on. I agree with this advice, in that these grains are some of the most pro-inflammatory, acid-forming, oxidative-stress-causing, unhealthy, endocrine disrupting, digestive imbalancing, diabetes-causing foods on earth. They run a close second only to sugar.
And there are myriad issues with grains like this – and the phytate and lectin argument often gets thrown in there with them. Which is, again, misleading with regards to anti-nutrients.
For example, there is a suggestion that the lectins can cause an immune-response that could theoretically cause leaky gut.
It’s what I’d call a ‘dotted line theory’, for sure.
HOWEVER, by FAR more contributory to leaky gut is the fact that when digested gluten is broken down into many things, one of which is a protein gliadin which causes the release of another protein called zonulin (which we only discovered in 2000).
Zonulin modulates the permeability of tight junctions between cells of the wall of the digestive tract. It should only be released in a case of the immune system requiring action, but gliadin causes it to get released regardless – meaning that there are unrequired gaps and holes in the wall of the digestive tract 24/7 – allowing undigested matter, toxins, waste and more to pass back into the blood – leading to leaky gut.
You have to be careful, you need to know the cause and effect, you need to know the truth!
Your Steps Forward
You know me – I am all about REMOVING unnecessary complication, removing complexity and confusion – and keeping it as simple as possible.
The foods that contain the anti-nutrients/phytonutrients include those healthy, alkaline, anti-oxidant rich, anti-inflammatory, real, natural, whole foods.
Each of these foods can contain a small risk-factor, and it could even be that prevalence of anti-nutrients.
In the case of nightshades it could be the alkaloids that we are being told cause autoimmune issues (when in reality, barely any nightshades contain anything other than trace levels of these, which have zero effect on the body and those that do i.e. potatoes that have sprouted and gone purple, are not something we’re going to eat even close to enough of to have any negative effect).
It could even be that spinach contains cyanide in super, tiny, micron-sized amounts!
In each of these cases the downside to these foods is miniscule. It shouldn’t even be a point of discussion.
Yet the upside is HUGE – these foods are absolutely essential in the prevention of chronic disease.
Turmeric, which has been shown to be more powerful than dozens of prescription medications, incredible cancer-preventive, proven to help reverse type 2 diabetes, heart disease and more COULD be put in the naughty corner because it is 2% oxalate. But if you want to have abundant health and prevent degenerative disease you would be absolutely crazy to avoid it.
People with thyroid issues are told to avoid oxalate, but turmeric is probably the most anti-inflammatory natural compound on earth and thyroid disorders (both hyper- and hypo-) are disorders of inflammation (see my hypothyroidism plan here).
The bottom line is this: nature has provided us with an incredible, abundant array of delicious, nourishing foods. PLEASE don’t get caught up in anything other than the guiding principle of eating real, whole foods, as close to nature as possible.
If you stick with my principles of eating 60-70% or more alkaline-forming foods you will thrive. These alkaline forming foods are all naturally nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant-rich and have a restorative, regenerating, healing effect on the body.
Spinach, kale, lettuce, broccoli, almonds, quinoa – these are all absolutely wonderful healing foods.
Cruciferous vegetables, oxalate-containing foods, nightshades and indeed these anti-nutrient-containing fruits, vegetables and nuts should never be defined by those titles. They are healthy, natural, healing foods and I am giving you permission to:
…completely ignore the hype around anti-nutrients.Keep it Simple, Trust in Nature, Trust in Your Body
Don’t get caught up in hype, fads or frustrated by the complexity. Trust your instincts, trust your heart and your intuition.
Trust nature to provide the tools and trust your body to know how to use them.
Health should be simple, let’s keep it this way.
PS. if you want to learn more about getting started on the Alkaline Diet – see my Beginner’s Guide to the Alkaline Diet here
Ross Bridgeford is a bestselling author, writer, health coach and nutrition addict & his dream is to ENERGIZE the World.
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This is how it works: when the body experiences stress, either in the form of taking in caffeine from coffee, tea or energy drinks (or from that boss that drives you crazy) cortisol is released in the body, as well as norepinephrine and epinephrine. The body goes into the “fight or flight” response, which means blood rushes away from your stomach and to your arms, legs and even your brain so you can be alert and "run away from the predator.”
Blur spots in your vision? Eat more of these.
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So here we go, first, I'll mention coconut water! This is nature's sports drink and besides the hydration factor that it provides, it is loaded with potassium! Potassium is a vital electrolyte for the functioning of all your cells. It helps control the amount of water you retain and keeps your blood at a healthy pH level. It is known as a super mineral that can enhance the moisture and feel of your skin. I pick up five cartons and try to drink one liter a day through the week.
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Cabbage soup may be one of the best foods to keep you healthy through the long winter months. I make a powerhouse cabbage soup, loaded with nutrients from every ingredient. This soup is healing and will get right to work on healing your gut and your health!
Cabbage is a wonder food that will help detox your body in more than one way. Because it is rich in sulfur, it helps aid the liver in breaking down toxins. Then it's diuretic properties help rid the body of excess water, flushing the broken down toxins out of your system! Cabbage also has an abundance of nutrients including vitamin C, K, B1, B3 (niacin), B6, protein, fiber, magnesium, calcium, potassium, selenium and iron. All of these nutrients are released into the broth as the soup is simmering, so drinking the broth is very important.
These days I'm sure most of us know that eating healthy is essential to staying well. You can tell who eats the hamburgers in life and who eats the fruits and salads. People who eat the hamburgers and fries are sluggish, tired, have trouble focusing and can be easily irritated. Environmental toxins in combination with the toxins found in the foods we eat, produces a pretty heavy load of poison. When you weigh down your body with toxins, they don't just leave your body. A lot of the toxins absorb into the central nervous system, which in turn puts a strain on the digestive system. The livers function is to remove toxins from the body, but if your liver is overtaxed, it will take most of your energy to try to rid your body of said toxins. And, my friend, this will leave YOU fatigued and energy-less. (In other posts, I will share great ways to detox your body of these toxins, along with parasites. Hold tight..).
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