posted on Oct, 12 2021 @ 02:19 PM
New COVID-19 Science: A US government website that looks at the entire scope of drug abuse issues now reports that substance abuse decreases human
resistance to COVID-19 following vaccination:
Everyone, I just tried twice to add this working link to ATS, but it's apparently a bit toooo long, so no luck. The website is drugabuse dot gov, and
look under news events, then under news releases, for October 2021. Title of the news release is: People with substance use disorders may be at
higher risk for sars cov 2 breakthrough infections.
Many alternative healing disciplines, such as naturopathic physicians, macrobiotic counselors, acupuncture specialists and others have published books
as well as specific research results that find a higher risk of illness in general for humans who consume highly processed foods, most prescription
drugs, recreational drugs, the common risk factor being that almost all of these substances are acidic in nature. 60 years ago, the first
acid-alkaline diet book in print was from a macrobiotic counselor; it discussed how the human body at birth is very slightly alkaline.
Health-supporting lifestyles are often most successful when the person is then able to maintain that slight alkaline blood balance (pH).
Controlled substances are typically quite acidic. The only US prescription drug I know of (Dilantin) that is alkaline is a prescription heart
medication derived from the foxglove plant.
So the suggestion in this post is that very often, we have some degree of control over not only the foods we eat but also any supplements or other
substances we consume. We can choose foods and other substances, therefore, that strengthen our immune systems, which is a good idea in the midst of
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