Bombshell: Vaccinated people are dying from autoimmune attacks against their own organs

Two reputable scientists from Germany, Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D. and Arne Burkhardt, M.D., published a bombshell paper entitled, “On COVID vaccines: why they cannot work, and irrefutable evidence of their causative role in deaths after vaccination.” The findings were presented on December 10th at an interdisciplinary symposium where researchers discussed the safety and efficacy of the new … Continue reading Bombshell: Vaccinated people are dying from autoimmune attacks against their own organs

ALERT: Doctor says mRNA vaccines “will kill most people” through heart failure, 62% of vaccinated people already show microscopic blood clots

The vast majority of people who are getting injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) will die within a few short years from heart failure, warns Dr. Charles Hoffe, M.D., a medical practitioner in British Columbia, Canada. In one of his latest updates, Dr. Hoffe explains that he is observing in his patients who took an mRNA … Continue reading ALERT: Doctor says mRNA vaccines “will kill most people” through heart failure, 62% of vaccinated people already show microscopic blood clots

Natural antioxidants in cheese can protect your blood vessels from damage caused by high-salt diets

A study published in the Journal of Nutrition found that incorporating dairy cheese into a high-sodium diet helps preserve blood vessel function. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University and Ohio State University found that the natural antioxidants in cheese play a protective role against oxidative stress, which can damage the blood vessels. While small doses of sodium are essential to the body, eating too much dietary sodium is associated with cardiovascular … Continue reading Natural antioxidants in cheese can protect your blood vessels from damage caused by high-salt diets

The coronavirus may actually be a vascular – and not a respiratory – disease

The symptoms of COVID-19 may very well be eldritch horrors. In most cases, it can appear as cough, fever, chills and headache. But in severe cases, it can cause acute kidney failure and multiple organ damage – strange symptoms for what’s known as mainly a respiratory infection. How COVID-19 causes the latter, in particular, was the focus … Continue reading The coronavirus may actually be a vascular – and not a respiratory – disease

Study: Pressure on blood vessels that decreases cerebral blood flow may be linked to Alzheimer’s

The brain works similar to a computer in that both can hold and process plenty of information. But the brain also shares a computer’s need for a reliable source of power to function properly. This power is provided in the form of glucose and oxygen found in the blood. However, some neurological diseases disrupt this … Continue reading Study: Pressure on blood vessels that decreases cerebral blood flow may be linked to Alzheimer’s

Antioxidants in Indian gooseberry help maintain cardiovascular health and boost immunity

Dietary supplements are made from different natural sources, but they have one common purpose: to support a person’s bodily functions and systems. Now, a recent study published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine indicates that supplements made from amla extract (Indian gooseberry) can support cardiovascular health by improving endothelial function, reducing markers of oxidative stress and boosting immune … Continue reading Antioxidants in Indian gooseberry help maintain cardiovascular health and boost immunity

Blue is good for the blood: Study finds eating blueberries improves blood vessel function

There’s nothing better than a freshly picked, organic blueberry. These delectable little berries are quite versatile and can be eaten on their own or used in a variety of dishes, from sweet baked goods to savory dinners. But blueberries have more to offer than their sweet flavor; this humble fruit is a nutrient powerhouse and … Continue reading Blue is good for the blood: Study finds eating blueberries improves blood vessel function

It’s a double whammy – Type 2 diabetes linked to erectile dysfunction

A study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics concludes that there is a distinct and unique connection between Type 2 diabetes and the risk for erectile dysfunction (ED). This is one the first few studies that have determined that diabetes, independent of other risk factors, can affect a man’s ability to get or maintain an erection. … Continue reading It’s a double whammy – Type 2 diabetes linked to erectile dysfunction

Antacid drugs linked to increased risk for heart attack, dementia and renal failure

Many people who suffer from acid reflux and heartburn take antacid drugs to treat their condition. However, using these proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) for a long time can cause serious and life-threatening side effects — just like any other drug.One of the deadly side effects of continuously taking antacid drugs is that it speeds up blood vessel … Continue reading Antacid drugs linked to increased risk for heart attack, dementia and renal failure