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We've discussed vaccines a number of times on this show. We've also discussed the new mRNA vaccines a number of times. Our own strategy has always been to avoid these vaccines as long as it is humanly possible.

But what if its not possible? The PowersThatBe™ are making it increasingly difficult to avoid the vaccine and still lead a (relatively) normal life, and they're only getting started with their restrictions. We don't know what's coming, but we may be looking at a future where the shot, at least for some, is unavoidable.

Today, regular Objective:Health host Elliot Overton shares with you a protocol against possible vaccination side-effects based on his deep research into the mechanisms behind the shot and what it's doing in our bodies on a micro-biological level. Because the vaccines are so new, this is all theoretical, but it may represent our best defense against side-effects in a situation where the shot cannot be avoided.

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Elliot: Hello, and welcome to Objective Health. For this week's show, I am your host, Elliot, and joining me in the virtual studio are Erica, Doug and Tiffany. Welcome. On the wheels of steel, we have Damian who is behind the scenes.

In today's show we are going to be looking at some possible things that people might be able to do to prepare their body in the unfortunate event that they would be forced to have a vaccine, or for whatever reason were required to take one of the new vaccines. This is applicable to many vaccines, it's similar principles that we have come up with which can be applied to any kind of vaccine, I think. We will talk about why this is. In this case it is relating to mRNA vaccines, if we can call them that.

What we have tried to do is come up with some solutions as to how we can prepare the body, or come up with things that we can use, take and do to hopefully provide some degree of protection. As you know, if you are familiar with the show, and you have heard what we have been speaking about and you're following the situation closely then you would be aware that this new mRNA technology is pretty novel. No one really knows the effects that this is going to have on the human body long term. A lot of it is entirely experimental and the people who are having this vaccine are basically guinea pigs at this point.

So it's really difficult to know exactly what we are dealing with in terms of the severity of the issues that this can cause for people. On previous shows, we have spoken about the immediate side-effects that some people have been having. They include immune hyperreactivity, anaphylaxis, and in some cases very swift death. In other cases, within a couple of days someone might have a very strange immunological reaction. There was one case we were talking about where there was a fellow who developed a strange autoimmune condition against his own platelets. He eventually died. There are lots of strange things going on, and it seems there are more and more cases coming out by the day to it's a situation that we need to follow very closely.

That being said, the co-host of this show has done a lot of research on this. I myself have also tried to put some research into the underlying mechanisms by which the vaccine can cause damage to the human body. We'll talk about some of the mechanisms by which we might be able to mitigate some of those effects using particular types of medicine and using particular types of nutrients, and also employing some lifestyle or behavioural strategies to find the best way to mitigate the effects.

First of all, I would like to give a disclaimer that it is experimental and a lot of this stuff is theoretical and this is not medical advice whatsoever. Furthermore, we cannot guarantee that if someone does exactly what we are talking about on this show that they will not get a reaction. We can only do our best. How do we want to start off the show? What do we want to start off with?

Doug: We should probably tell people about the article that Dr. Gaby wrote. It is on SOTT.net and it is called COVID Mass Vaccination Experiment: Prepare For The Worst With This Health Protocol. You'll see the experimental protocol that Elliot has come up with, and Dr. Gaby adds a few things on there as well. Maybe we should start by going through it, what do you think Elliot?

Elliot: Okay, In doing some research and looking at the mechanism by which this vaccine works, I'll just go over the very basics, what I will say is that there is not much research on this, it is very novel and it is very experimental. It turns out that they have been doing research on lipid nanoparticle delivery of mRNA, which is what they are using. They encapsulate mRNA into what is called a lipid nanoparticle. It is usually primarily composed of polyethylene glycol.

What they are doing is they are injecting that into the body and aiming for the lipid nanoparticles to pass into the cell. Once they get into the cell, it releases mRNA. What the mRNA is designed to do is to be picked up by some of the machinery that the cell uses to make proteins and the machinery inside the cell is meant to take that mRNA and use that as a template to produce these things called spike proteins. The concept behind the vaccination is that you're providing your body with the template from which to build new proteins. You're not giving your body the virus, you're giving the body the template to build new proteins. This is mRNA. In the research, what they have been looking at is that there are some things that can immediately go wrong with this. This is something that we've been seeing with the side-effects that have been occurring in quite a lot of people since the deployment of the vaccine.

First of all, we have the fact that polyethylene glycol can trigger a hypersensitivity or hyper reactivity of the immune system. If someone has IgE antibodies against this substance which is a toxic chemical, then it can trigger the immune system and activate a variety of different processes which lead to anaphylaxis. Some people do die from that and other people might not die from that. This particular chemical is also associated with activation of another branch of the immune system which is referred to as the complement system. Long term, the complement system has been associated with autoimmune attack, attack against one's own tissues, destruction of organs and generalised systemic inflammation. In preparing, what we want to try to do is provide the body with as much protection against the potential detrimental effects of the immune stimulation done by polyethylene glycol. That is one principle.

A second principle we will be looking at is something that the researchers have come across. We are looking to protect ourselves from the long-term effects of the vaccine, not just the immune stimulation that might occur immediately after a vaccine. If we're looking at providing the body with some kind of long-term protection, as we have said, it is entirely experimental and we don't really know what effect this mRNA is having long-term. Do we want our cells to be making this spike protein? That is the purpose of the vaccine and people who want to have the vaccine will think that is a good thing. We don't know if that is a good thing and we don't know the potential long-term effects of having our body generate copious amounts of this foreign protein.

I personally would not want my body to do that. I would ideally want us to prevent our cells from using that raw material template to make a protein. If we can avoid that process at any step of the way, then I think that might be a good thing. This has been a problem in the research and I hope that I am making sense through this. What researchers have found is that there are some inherent issues with using this kind of formulation: trying to trick the body to generate proteins. There are lots of things that can go wrong in that process. One of the things that can occur is that rather than our cells translating this mRNA into protein, our cells can actually degrade that. That is what does happen in some of the experiments.

So many of the researchers looking at these nanoparticles have been trying to find ways to stop cells from degrading the mRNA, rather than using it to generate protein sequences, if that makes any sense. In devising this protocol, one of the main things that I wanted to focus on here was to provide the immune system with as much possible protection against the immune stimulation, the immune hyperreactivity and the toxicity of something like polyethylene glycol, to provide as much raw material, to boost antioxidant defences and to boost our detoxification capacity and to boost our cell's protection against chronic inflammation, oxidative stress and these kinds of things that can occur with hypersensitivity reactions.

Secondly, the other element to this was to potentially prevent the mRNA from being used inside the cell in the first place. If we can prevent the mRNA from being translated into proteins then it means that we might be able to reduce the amount of spike protein that we are making. It seems possible from looking at the research. Who knows?

Doug: Why don't we go into the first part of that, because you laid out two different purposes behind this protocol. Why don't we go into the first part that you talked about first, stopping the overactivation of the immune system?

Elliot: Let's look at what polyethylene glycol, or any other kind of toxic substance can do when it is triggering the innate immune system or the adaptive immune system. It can trigger a chronic inflammatory systemic response. This is often what kills people. It's their immune system becoming hyperreactive. It's not necessarily the chemical which kills someone. It's the same for any kind of toxic substance. Oftentimes it's immune hyperreactivity.

So there are various substances that we can use to try to reduce that immune hyperreactivity and boost the innate defences. If we look at some of the things which generally occur in any kind of vaccine related injury, there is a massive burden placed on the way that our bodies can detoxify and how we can protect the cells.

One of the main primary cellular antioxidants is called glutathione. When there is chronic systemic oxidative stress glutathione is going to be one of the first things which becomes tanked. What we can try to do and what has been used to prevent side-effects from vaccines in the past is providing raw materials that the body might use to generate massive amounts of glutathione to protect themselves against the oncoming threat.

If we look at what makes glutathione, the primary precursors are three amino acids. You would supplement with two amino acids to provide the body with enough raw material to make glutathione. One of those is called N-Acetyl-Cysteine and the other one is called Glycine.

N-Acetyl-Cysteine has been used to protect against things like acetophenamine toxicity. Again, it is very protective for the liver. Glycine is very cheap and it can be bought in powder form. It is particularly useful for the nervous system. By providing those two amino acids we can give our body enough material to generate glutathione when we need it.

Another potential option for people is to purchase glutathione in its liposomal form. You can get pre-form glutathione which your body can use as an antioxidant, but unfortunately the bioavailability or the absorption in the gut is very poor. If we are using a liposomal form - when it is encapsulated within a fat liposome - then it can bypass that lack of bioavailability and it increases the absorption significantly.

I would say that the dose for this is going to need to be quite high. You would probably want to be taking at least a gram to two grams per day. You would want to do that in the days leading up to vaccination. A lot of these recommendations are for you if you know that you are going to be forced to get this vaccine. You would then want to provide your body with as much support leading up to the date. Let's say that you get told that you are going to have a vaccination in two weeks then I would start it two weeks beforehand, or at least a week beforehand to build up those defences for the oncoming threat.

Next, there are several other things which can be used as what I refer to as "immune modulators". What this means is the specific substances which can either suppress the inflammatory response or modulate it in a way which is potentially going to be beneficial. We spoke about how polyethylene glycol can stimulate the complement system. There are two particular complement inhibitors - what this means is they inhibit that branch of the immune system which can be stimulated by the vaccine - if we use these two nutrients what we can potentially do is provide a balancing effect to prevent immune hyperreactivity.

One of those is referred to as curcumin, this is the bioactive compound found in turmeric, the herb. Curcumin has very low bioavailability and so there are various companies online who sell circumin in a liposomal format. This should be taken in a fairly high dose, probably double the recommended dose on the bottle. This is one of the excellent plant medicines which has been studied in various inflammatory disorders. It is very good for things like arthritis. I think it might be potentially helpful in this kind of situation.

Another compound is referred to as rosmarinic acid. This is found in very high levels in certain herbs such as sage and rosemary. It is what gives it that characteristic spicy flavor. This is fairly difficult to source, but if you can get hold of rosmarinic acid or even rosemary extract then I think that this could come in handy. This has been shown to be a very potent complement inhibitor. Again, it is inhibiting that area of the immune system which might be stimulated excessively.

In that article, what Gaby mentions is using vitamin C in quite a high dose or an extremely high dose. This is referred to as megadosing vitamin C. She cited a protocol which was provided by another doctor. It was a case study using very high doses of vitamin C in one of his patients who had to get the MMR vaccine. The maintenance dose was 1000mg or 1 gram per year of age.

In the days before their "37-pound (about 17 kg) daughter received saturation-level doses of 8,000 to 11,000 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C every day the week before her first MMR vaccination." They said that their tolerance gradually built up. If you have taken vitamin C in the past then you will know that it can take a while to get to bowel tolerance. If you first start taking a couple of thousand milligrams you might reach bowel tolerance very quickly. Generally, as you build up on the dose you become more accustomed to that. Furthermore, when the body is under some kind of stressful event then that can increase bowel tolerance greatly.

What they showed was that "on the day of her shot, she happily and comfortably held 24,000 mg." That's 24 grams. Then "for the next couple of days after the shot, her dose was reduced to 20,000 mg/day. Then, for the next four days, her vitamin C dose went down to 15,000 mg/day. The next four: 14,000 mg, 13,000 mg, 12,000 mg and 11,000 mg per day respectively."

These are massively high doses, but the concept behind this was providing significant amounts to provide as much protection as possible against the toxic threat that is the MMR vaccine. There are lots of potential ways by which vitamin C is working here. Vitamin C is not only an antioxidant, it has been shown to have numerous different effects on the immune system, particularly protecting against things like hyperreactivity of the immune system. One of the problems with MMR is this immune hyperreactivity. Anything that we can do to bring that down is going to be helpful. Is there anything that you guys want to add to that?

Elliot: No?

Doug: You are being very thorough.

Erica: Way more thorough than we could be. {laughter}

Elliot: Okay. Vitamin C can be purchased as ascorbic acid and that is the cheapest form. Some people simply do not tolerate that or they find that they reach bowel tolerance very quickly. One of the solutions for that situation is to use a liposomal form. Like I was saying with the glutathione, what we can do is we can increase bioavailability and we can increase how much we can absorb and utilise by using a liposomal form. It is quite a lot more expensive, but in this kind of situation I think that if you can afford it then I would personally make the investment. I would probably use a mixture of the two. Any protection that can be provided I think is going to come in handy.

Erica: You can make liposomal vitamin C at home with a blender and a few things. How to make your own liposomal vitamin C at home might still be on the internet, but it might not be.

Elliot: Indeed. There are people who claim that they can do that. I've never done it myself and I don't know if it works or not. I assume that it does. I think it is done with lecithin, am I correct?

Erica: Yeah. We have made it for years. It tastes like eggnog.

Elliot: By all means, if people want to find a recipe and find a way to do that then that would also be fine. Anything that would get more vitamin C into the system without inducing bowel tolerance is good, because once you reach bowel tolerance then it is very difficult to build upon that. Intravenous vitamin C might also come in handy in this kind of situation, along with other types of intravenous nutrients, I think.

We have spoken about the potential immune hyper-reactivity or immune activation. Another factor that can help and which has been used to treat Coronavirus - at least they have used it in a protocol with other things - is vitamin D. As Gaby mentions in this article, you would probably want to check what your vitamin D status is. Vitamin D is fat soluble, what this means is that you don't want to overdo it. Some people already supplement and it turns out that toxicity is a lot more common than we have been led to believe. That being said, you would want to make sure because if you are running low on vitamin D, it is not just the sunshine vitamin. It is particularly useful for preventing the immune system from going haywire. There is research showing that people with low vitamin D status are fundamentally more susceptible to a wide variety of problems. That can involve issues when you lose control of the immune system. We get what is referred to as a cytokine storm.

This is one of the reasons why if you look at the mortality rate of Coronavirus, low vitamin D is a major risk factor. People with lower vitamin D are significantly more likely to succumb to something like that. It applies to any kind of viral infection. With anything which is going to be involving the immune system, we need to make sure that we have got adequate levels on board. I'm not a massive fan of megadosing vitamin D, although some practitioners might recommend that. I personally am a little bit more conservative with how much I would recommend. I would not be scared to go anywhere from 10,000iu per day personally, just in the days leading up to it. Try to have your levels checked in the meantime.

We have spoken about trying to modulate the immune system, giving things to the immune system, giving sufficient antioxidants, vitamin C, glutathione, giving the raw material for generating antioxidants: glycine, and N-Acetyl-Cysteine, giving immune modulators: vitamin C, and vitamin D, rosmarinic acid, curcumin. Berberine might come in handy, and quercetin could come in handy. All of these things have been shown to modulate the immune system and calm it down when it might be hyperreactive.

In looking at how we can also provide ourselves with some degree of protection, what we have to understand is that when cells are placed under threat this increases the requirement for metabolism. What that means is it increases the requirement for energy. Your cells need energy to patch up damage, your cells need energy to deal with any kind of stressor or any kind of threat. What we want to make sure of is that our cells can generate sufficient amounts of energy to be able to cope with or counterbalance any potential threat that they are going to be coming up against. Again, this applies to any kind of vaccine, or any kind of toxic threat. The primary machinery inside the cell that is generating energy is the mitochondria. The way that we are generating energy is that we take food, break it down into small molecules and then we run it through various processes and each of those steps requires nutrients, micronutrients, B vitamins, and minerals.

By supplementing with micronutrients, what we can do is we can stimulate or increase the rate at which cells generate energy. We can provide enough baseline material so that in the event that we do have a major stressor, we have enough backup stores to be able to match that kind of metabolic demand. The next phase of this protocol - which I would start anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks before getting the vaccine - is what I would refer to as a mitochondrial cocktail. This is a cocktail that doctors/practitioners have used for many years to support the cells while they are making energy and at the same time protect against many immune threats.

This is going to involve vitamin B₁, B complex, vitamin B₃, Coenzyme Q10, R-Lipoic Acid, Alpha-Lipoic acid, Adenosyl B12 - vitamin B12 in its adenosyl form - and Methylated B complex, and a multi mineral. We don't necessarily have time to go through the details of what all of these do. The form can be important, but ultimately if someone doesn't have the choice and the only thing that they can get a hold of is standard forms of B vitamins I think that loading up and megadosing B vitamins can be very helpful. The details are laid out in this article so if listeners want to go to that then they can see it there. Do you think that I need to go over doses guys or not?

Doug: I think that since all that is in the article itself we can probably leave that. People can read that in the article which we will link in the description.

Elliot: Okay. The main key points to understand is that we want to provide as much micronutrition as possible so that we can stimulate mitochondrial function. This comes back to energy: if we are in an energy deficit then that is not something that we want to be in, in terms of protecting our cells against a major threat.

There are two other nutrients which are very handy. One is called Zinc and the other one is selenium. Both of these have been employed in protocols which have been designed to protect against Covid itself. Generally, these are immune supporting minerals. They are very beneficial for stabilizing proteins and for generating antioxidant responses or pro-oxidant responses.

Zinc and selenium are two minerals which I think are particularly important and should be included in any kind of immune supporting protocol. Very quickly, what I do want to say is that - and this probably applies more so to the mRNA-based vaccine but I would say it also applies to any other kind of vaccination - in looking through the research into how cells are taking this mRNA raw material and incorporating that into foreign proteins we have said that there might be long-term side effects. I don't think that this is something that we want to do. I don't want to do this, I want to avoid this.

In looking at the research, it investigated how they stop cells from incorporating this mRNA and degrading it. What is it about cells which degrade mRNA and get rid of it and don't use it, compared to cells that use mRNA to generate proteins? It seems that there is a fundamental difference between the cells that use mRNA and the cells that break it down. That difference relates to the energy status of the cell.

What does that mean? It means that if cells are in a position where they have excess energy and they are in the state of anabolic - or building - mode then they are building things up. They are building proteins and they are building fats. In other words, when the rate of energy requirement or the rate of energy turnover is less than the demand for energy it means that our cells can build things up. When they build things up that translates to is that we are taking this mRNA protein and we are bringing that into the cell to build new proteins. In very simple terms, when cells are in building mode they are going to make use of that mRNA and they are more likely to generate the spike protein.

On the other hand, when cells are in breakdown mode, when cells are not building up things, when they are not building fats, when they are not building proteins, when they are breaking those down for energy, when there is a high turnover of energy and there is a high demand for energy then the mRNA is going to be less likely to be translated into proteins. What are we going to do when we take that mRNA, we are more likely to break it down. Basically, cells can either build things up or break things down. We want our cells to be in the state where they are breaking things down. That's what it seems like. Again, it is theoretical, but it seems that that is a potential way that cells are going to be less likely to be affected by this mRNA vaccine delivery.

So how can we shift the body away from building-up mode and towards breakdown mode? It's really quite simple. What we might want to do is provide the environmental conditions in our body so that we perceive that we do not have many resources or that we do not have enough resources to be building things up and that we want to be breaking things down. What that translates to in real life is fasting. I think that could be a very useful strategy. In fact, if we look at the biochemistry underpinning this anabolic mode, or this breakdown mode, in biochemical or medical terms this is referred to as mTOR. You have a cell program inside the cell called mTOR and this is responsible for building things up. On the other hand, the breakdown mode, or regeneration mode when we are breaking things down, is referred to as the AMPK pathway. mTOR and AMPK are often opposed, so either our cells are in AMPK or they're in mTOR. If we want to protect our cells from the mRNA vaccine, I think that being in AMPK is going to be a useful strategy. The research shows that with mTOR when a cell is using this pathway then it is going to be incorporating mRNA into proteins.

So if we look at much of the health advice that we have given over the many years doing this show and if anyone is interested in alternative health then they have probably heard about the benefits of doing fasting. They have probably heard of the benefits of calorie restriction. They might have heard of the benefits of cold therapy. They might have heard of the benefits of the ketogenic or low carbohydrate diets. In many respects, with a lot of these strategies the primary benefits are fairly similar to one another.

The reason why they work so well is because they take us out of this mTOR pathway and they activate the AMPK pathway. What this helps us to do is clear out unnecessary waste, it helps us to clean up or repair tissue. It helps us to get rid of what we don't need and keep what we do need. The strategy to get our body into this breakdown mode is to stimulate mitochondrial energy metabolism. Increasing the turnover of substrate, increasing the turnover of energy and at the same time engaging in specific practices, one being called cold therapy. This can be taking showers, bathing in cold water or cryogenic therapy where you are exposed to extremely cold air. All of these things trigger our cells to go from that building mode and into breakdown mode.

With fasting or calorie restriction some people might not be well suited to this. That's not necessarily a problem. I'm not saying that someone needs to fast for a week, we are not talking about that. What we are talking about is very moderate calorie restriction or time-restricted feeding, intermittent fasting for instance. What this can mean is to fast for anywhere from 12-16 hours per day. If someone can fast for 24 hours before doing the vaccine then this might be helpful.

Other people might find that they cannot tolerate a fast that long and they might want to do 12-16 hours or 18 hours. Basically, when your body starts fasting and you go into fasting mode your cells detect that you have less energy coming in. What they do is they switch their resources away from building things up, they realise that you have got less resources, they speed up the rate at which you are burning energy and they divert resources away from generating proteins or building fatty acids and they shift that towards what is called a catabolic phenotype where you are breaking things down. If our purpose is to break down mRNA before it's incorporated into proteins then I think that we would want to be in this state.

There are also several supplements which have been shown to activate this pathway, one is called berberine. Circumin can activate this, and NAC can activate this pathway. Many of the things already on this protocol can come in handy in supporting the body to get into this state. At the same time, using exercise to stimulate this pathway can also come in handy. This is doing a moderate to high intensity endurance exercise, I don't think that we would necessarily want to be lifting weights. Lifting weights or doing any kind of intense resistance exercise can stimulate mTOR which is the pathway that we theoretically want to stay away from whilst we are getting this vaccine. Doing something lower intensity or doing some endurance type exercise is going to stimulate the AMPK pathway. This is something which we might want to consider.

I would say that immediately after the vaccine what we also want to be focusing on is stimulating how well the cells can clear out waste products, stimulating detoxification, and ideally helping the body to rid itself of whatever nasty stuff has been injected into us. Immediately after the vaccination, what I would probably look at doing is introducing a high dose of liposomal glutathione to stimulate detoxification. Also, a dose of vitamin C - as laid out by Gaby.

I would want to be improving the sulfation pathway in the liver, so improving how our liver is conjugating stuff and carrying it out of the body. You could be using epsom salts. Epsom salts are a mixture of magnesium with sulfate. Sulfate can really stimulate those pathways in the liver. I would want to do 4 cups of salt in each bath and I would want to be staying in the bath for anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes. If someone has access to a sauna, that is also an excellent way to stimulate how well we are clearing waste products.

Not only are we going to be clearing stuff out through the skin in the sweat, but a sauna is also going to be mobilising stuff and carrying it and getting it into the bloodstream so that it can then go through the liver, either through the gut or through the kidneys. The concept behind this is what we would want to do alongside using some kind of binders. A binder is a substance which has a certain affinity for toxic elements. What this means is that various binders might include activated charcoal, or bentonite clay. There are some good products with different types of fibers such as chitosan, or some kind of soluble fibre like psyllium husk.

The concept is that as we are clearing stuff out through the liver into the gut through the bile duct we are conjugating up waste, binding it with our glutathione and nutrients - which we use to clear out this stuff - we get it into the bile, it comes out through the gallbladder and when it gets into the gut it can be reabsorbed later on. We want to interrupt that re-absorption. The technical term is enterohepatic recycling. We want to interrupt that by providing ourselves with some kind of binder in the gut. It binds with whatever toxin and it is going to prevent that from being reabsorbed and it is going to be carried out into the toilet when we go to the toilet.

Ideally, what we are doing with this kind of protocol - it's theoretical but it might come in handy - is providing the body with lots of antioxidant and detoxification support, and providing some degree of immunomodulation. We are using high doses of nutrients, we are using high doses of antioxidants, and at the same time we are using a mitochondrial cocktail to stimulate energy metabolism and provide the cells with as many resources as they need to protect against some kind of threat or damage. At the same time we're trying to stimulate our body's repair mechanisms and stimulate how the body is clearing out waste products, binding that in the gut and using different modalities such as epsom salts and saunas, if possible.At the same time, we are fasting to try to prevent the body's anabolic responses and get the body into a more catabolic state where we are less able, potentially less likely, to be incorporating any exogenous mRNA into protein. The idea, theoretically at least, is to break that down.

That was the concept behind it. There are a couple of extra recommendations in that article by Gaby.

Doug: Gaby mentions melatonin and she mentions a couple of pharmaceuticals as well: Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin, and Ambroxol. People can go to the article itself to read about those. That was excellent, Elliot.

Tiffany: I wanted to say something. Thanks for that protocol, Elliot. I wanted to point out that if somebody just happened to come across this show for the first time just to look at what this protocol might be, what Elliot just did here is indicative of someone who cares about your health. When this Covid thing first came out last March this is something that health authorities all over the world should have said. "These are the protocols because this is so very dangerous. We care about your health. Everybody should be doing this." If you'll notice, none of that happened. Take that as you will.

Elliot: Again, what we are dealing with with this new mRNA vaccine is entirely experimental. We are playing with fire and no one really knows what we can do. We can just follow the evidence, we know what has been used in the past and we can look at the mechanisms and we can theorise. We would hope that this is what the health authorities would be doing, but they're NOT. At this point, we have to take our own initiative or take our health into our own hands and try to use the best tools that are known to us, at least. There might be other things that might also come in handy but overall I think that if you were to follow a protocol which was similar to this, or at least follow some of the recommendations in this protocol, I can almost guarantee that you would have some more physiological protection against it.

That's not to say that you are going to be completely protected against the vaccine because we don't know what it's going to do. If you are in a situation where you are forced to take this - again, this isn't medical advice - I would personally be saying that if I was in your situation I would do everything in my power to avoid getting this vaccine, that's for sure. That means if it comes to it and you are in a health profession, or if you are in a care profession you may need to consider your job. You may need to consider your lifestyle or where you live. I don't know how serious it could get, but I know that I personally do not want to be a guinea pig. I know that no one else on this show wants to be a guinea pig either. I'm sure most of our listeners don't, so I would hope that many people have taken the right kind of precautions.

If however, you are in a situation where you physically cannot avoid getting this vaccine by following these recommendations you are at least going to be giving your immune system some support. You are going to be giving your cells some support. You are going to be giving your detoxification and your antioxidant systems some support. If that is the best thing that you can do then it is the best thing that you can do. I don't know what else to say about that.

Doug: I think that's good.

Tiffany: Yes. It's better than crossing your fingers and wishing for the best.

Elliot: I really hope that our listeners don't need to get the vaccine. I hope that they don't, but I also hope that if they do that they're part of the section of people who don't get a reaction. It's not guaranteed that every one is going to get a reaction and it's not guaranteed that this stuff is necessarily even going to have long term consequences. We want to put the right kind of precautions in place and do all that you can. Okay. Anyone else have anything to add or is that all for today's show?

Doug: I think that's good.

Elliot: Okay. I hope my rambling made some sense and I hope that people could understand. If they do want more information then we will put up the link to the article, it's up on SOTT.net. It's written by Dr. Gaby. If people want more details they can go there. Otherwise, I want to thank my co-hosts and Damian or the wheels of steel, thanks. To all our listeners, "like" and subscribe to our page, and share it if you feel that it was helpful. Thanks for tuning in and we will see you next week.