So we want to know what Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (so kinda an expert)  takes daily to boost his immune system — so we can do the same.

“If you are deficient in vitamin D, that does have an impact on your susceptibility to infection. So I would not mind recommending, and I do it myself taking vitamin D supplements,” Fauci, 79, said during an interview.

 

Recent reports have shown that most people are sorely deficient in Vitamin D, regardless of how much sun they get.

In fact, at the University of Chicago Medicine, they recently found a link between vitamin D deficiency and the likelihood of being infected with Covid-19 — those with an untreated deficiency were more likely to test positive. “Vitamin D is important to the function of the immune system and vitamin D supplements have previously been shown to lower the risk of viral respiratory tract infections,” David Meltzer, chief of hospital medicine at UChicago Medicine and lead author of the study said in a press release on September 8th.

 

But before you dash over to Amazon for a Vit D supplement, read what Dr. Gould has to say, who has been championing Vitamin D for over 5 years:

 

Dr. Anthony Fouci, of the white house coronavirus virus task force, was recently on CNN saying that “there was no magic drug to treat the current epidemic”. In the old days, I would have believed him, but this wasn’t the first time I began to doubt those in charge of our western medical pharma, and drug-based system. I always considered myself a common science scientist, and an observant clinician, actively treating patients, seeing them every six months, and spending time with them in longer procedures. As a dentist, I am a different kind of primary health care provider; I get to know my patients. In the old days, it would have been a family doctor who would have sounded the alarm about a deadly new syndrome, infecting almost everyone, and I don’t mean COVID-19.So, what does this have to do with the coronavirus anyway? Well, strangely enough, both disease processes relate to the immune system and have the same root cause, a hormone deficiency. It turns out there is a magic drug.

 

Blinded By Science.Mother nature is the laws of physics; she doesn’t care about you, grandad, graduation or anything, she simply drives forward, and wants to make more life. A virus is an opportunistic infection, that will kill off the weak, as in immunocompromised, elderly and infirm. We can shelter in place but will eventually need to emerge.We need to have a totally different discussion of what we can do to bolster our own immunity, reduce the duration of symptoms, decrease viral shedding, and viral load so this virus isn’t nearly as deadly. If each person’s immune system was in peak shape, this epidemic would be nothing other than an inconvenience, and those truly immunocompromised wouldn’t be fighting it out for ventilators with those who simply have a lower immune function, and not truly ill. I’ve been hammering this simple message for years and it’s been falling on deaf ears…until now.

 

It’s a “secosteroid hormone”, called cholecalciferol, that is essential for the immune system to function normally. This powerful drug activates nuclear receptors to upregulate the CYP27B1, and the CAMP genes gene to produce something powerful sounding called antimicrobial neuropeptides and defensins. These “defensins” attack dogs-like self-made protein torpedoes that dissolve and kill viral invaders, like COVID-19, and any viral infection. An upregulation of that gene by cholecalciferol will allow your own immune cells, and even barrier cells on your skin, mucosa (eyes, mouth) and lungs to decrease the dangers of the coronavirus, and make the course of the disease much milder The effects of these antimicrobial proteins calm the cytokine storm, and decrease  inflammatory cytokines.)

 

There isn’t almost any toxicity with this drug, and there has never been a single recorded death from an overdose. It has absolutely no side effects. It is a magic drug that would shut down COVID-19 during a two-week “shelter in place” order if everyone took an effective dose. In France, it’s only available by prescription but here in the States, it’s available at grocery stores, and all pharmacies at pennies on the dollar, and even free (just stand in the sun.). And that’s the problem, it can’t be patented, so doctors don’t care about it since it’s not one of big Pharma’s money-making creations. Our miracle drug cholecalciferol is simply plain old vitamin D3. I know, I know, you get a ton of sunshine, drink milk, juice, or take a multivitamin, it’s in there! and your vitamin D level is “just fine thank you very much” but almost everyone I have tested was low.

(Editor’s note: In an article in Scientific American it states that ‘three quarters of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in Vitamin D, the so-called ‘sunshine vitamin’… and it is increasingly blamed for everything from cancer and heart disease to diabetes.’ https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/vitamin-d-deficiency-united-states/.)

 

This is something you can take right now, that will verifiably make a difference. In fact, this information can, and will save lives, if we understand this controversial sun hormone. Raising your 25(OH) vitamin D level (the measure of vitamin D your doctor can test) quickly, can change the course of your infection with the coronavirus. I am not sure if you figured this out yet, but everyone on the planet is going to become infected at some point; it’s really all about how your own immune system is primed that dictates how sick you get. You can even get an instant immune boost from an intramuscular injection, of 600,000 IU of vitamin D, and receive the benefits in about 2-3 days.

 

For more on Doctor Gould’s findings, follow him @modernhuntergatherer and YouTube or read more of his articles here.

 

 

 

 

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