Friday, April 16, 2021

Weekends have been cancelled...

for the foreseeable future. 

Only sort of...

Bloggers can count on page views dropping like a rock on Fridays.  We're all programed to think weekends are party times. In the "olden days" that was certainly true.  Businesses were even closed on Sunday years ago. Now Sunday is considered  a prime day to shop.

However, we are living in strange and (IMO) dangerous times. I've not suggesting  you skip recharging time on the weekends, or whatever days qualify as your "weekend." I am suggesting that to completely check out and pretend everything is "normal" is no longer the best way to proceed.

Dr. Ryan Cole is the CEO and Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent labs in the State of Idaho. Dr. Cole is a Mayo Clinic trained Board Certified Pathologist. He is Board Certified in anatomic and clinical pathology. He has expertise in immunology and virology and also has subspecialty expertise in skin pathology. He has seen over 350,000 patients in his career, and has done over 100,000 Covid tests in the past year. Dr Cole talks about the science and data relating to public health measures that we may have been missing, and what treatments should be available to everybody.

These videos are are extremely important. If you have children, the first video addresses Wuflu and kids, but also goes into the VAER's system, and mRNA.  Even if you don't have children, you should have this information to share with people who do have children. Dr. Cole's part is about 38 minutes and he ends by taking questions.

The second video is more about the science of Wuflu and exactly mirrors everything Dr. Sherri Tenpenny has said in the past (her latest video available here - it's a bitchute video and takes a moment or two to load so be patient.

In the second video he's going to talk about how to protect yourself from not just Wuflu, but all sorts of maladies. At the top of the danger list is being deficient in Vitamin D and obesity.

We take lots of Vitamin D since in North Idaho the sun is virtually non-existent during the winter months of October through April. Even our former doctor, who was not a nutritional wizard, told us a number of years ago to double our 2000mgs of D3 to 4000mgs during the long sunless winters.

As for obesity, having belly fat (guilty - but I prefer the term "tummy over "belly) is particularly hazardous to your health.  I recommend a book by Dr. Jason Fung, The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss (Why Intermittent Fasting Is the Key to Controlling Your Weight)*

Intermittent fasting is more about health (IMO), which means reversing type two diabetes, kicking your fatty liver to the curb, and lowering blood pressure with the added benefit of losing weight and looking great.

So this weekend attend your religious service of choice, have a BBQ, take a walk, or even a nap. But also take time to educate yourself.   

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