Introduction: Immune For Life

In this video I briefly cover the introduction to my book and some recent news since I have been out of touch with friends on Facebook. I thought it might be of interest as a topic while still adhering to natural oral immune therapy especially for those who haven’t bought the book. 

I also give some commentary on 3 recent videos that I watched, two relating to CV19 and one relating to another current topic. I’m only posting two because one was so outrageous that I don’t know that I want to share it but the other two you can judge for yourself about my commentary.

One is a roundtable discussion about CV19 with Dr. Judy Mikovits and Dr. Andrew Kaufman in which Dr. Kaufman gets kicked off the show for expecting a topic germane to the entire situation regarding CV19 to be addressed lest the fear/fraud campaign continues in his opinion. An opinion I agree with and I say why in the video.

The second video is Dr. Andrew Kaufman in a rebuttal video in which he gives his own evidence for the importance of addressing the topic. I found this one interesting for many reasons, the first being that he is correct there is actually no evidence of many claims regarding ‘infections’. I also thought that the overview of all of the steps involved in isolating a virus by Dr. Cowan would be an eye opener to most readers. I didn’t have time to cover this in the video where I went back to the CDC to try discover anything new regarding CV19 but I assure you it was the same process of isolation which in itself is designed to facilitate an event which would not naturally occur in the absence of cell destruction and/or immune deficiency.

 

While you might assume this hierarchy of risk factors as outlined in the introduction is more prevalent in poor countries; it is actually industrialized nations that face the greatest risk factors due to low breastfeeding rates. While the combination leads to the greatest mortality the other risk factors are also prevalent in industrialized nations due to lack of upkeep of critical infrastructure.

In outlining this goal the WHO established:

• breastfeeding

• food

• and water security

are major protective factors against SAM and critical factors in the maturation of healthy gut microbiota.

When I say regarding the book that I start at the end I meant by starting with this statement by WHO which is the culmination of nearly a century of research reaching consensus and when I go back to the beginning I meant an overview of the topic of malnutrition, gut and immune health in this last 100 plus years.

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WHO STATEMENTS: 2017 Millennium Goal

  1. Breastfeeding,
  2. food (security)
  3. and water security (sanitation)

are major protective factors against malnutrition and critical factors in the maturation of healthy gut microbiota, characterized by a transient bifidobacterial bloom before a global rise in anaerobes. Early depletion in gut Bifidobacterium longum, a typical maternal probiotic, known to inhibit pathogens, represents the first step in gut microbiota alteration associated with severe acute malnutrition (SAM). Later, the absence of the Healthy Mature Anaerobic Gut Microbiota (HMAGM) leads to deficient energy harvest, vitamin biosynthesis and immune protection, and is associated with diarrhea, malabsorption and systemic invasion by microbial pathogens. A therapeutic diet and infection treatment may be unable to restore bifidobacteria and HMAGM.

 

Researchers found that malnourished children’s microbiota failed to follow the healthy pattern they identified in healthy children. The microbiota of malnourished children is immature, lagging in development behind that of their healthy peers. Supplementing these children’s meals with widely used therapeutic foods that increase calories and nutrient density reduces deaths from malnutrition, but it does not fix their persistent microbiota immaturity.

“Perhaps more insidious than slowing growth is malnutrition’s effect on less visible aspects of health, including impaired brain development and dysfunctional immunity, which follow these children throughout their lives”.

The Father of The Microbiome

Dr. Jeffrey Gordon

SIBO

SIBO can cause severe malabsorption, serious malnutrition and immune deficiency syndromes in children (non breastfed) and adults. 

Prognosis is usually serious, determined mostly by the underlying disease that led to SIBO.

 

Immunizations

The WHO recommends that immunization or treatment be orally administered due to economic, logistical and security reasons. Furthermore, this route offers important advantages over systemic administration, such as reducing side effects, as the molecules are administered locally and have the ability to stimulate the GALT immune responses  (Levine and Dougan, 1998Neutra and Kozlowski, 2006Bermúdez-Humarán et al., 2011).

 

Infections

For ANY infectious or parasitic disease to start, it is ALWAYS a requisite that the host suffer IMMUNODEFICIENCY. At the same time, infectious and parasitic diseases themselves cause additional IMMUNE SUPPRESSION and more MALNUTRITION. This immune suppression is SECONDARY to the accumulation of free radicals, especially oxidizing species, that occurs during and after infectious and parasitic diseases.

Clinical Aspects of Immunology and Biochem J.