Bill Sardi has some great observations and suggestions:
The first year of Covid-19 infections were confirmed by a bogus PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test because it intentionally was set at such high sensitivity that 97% of the tests were erroneously positive. Then there were inexplicable cases with a positive PCR test but no symptoms.
The absence of a fever (symptom) will not activate the production of antibodies. So, something else must be going on….
Furthermore, long-term Covid-19 symptoms (racing heart, crushing fatigue, shortness of breath, headache, muscle pain, sleeplessness, etc.) go unexplained. These symptoms are better explained by a vitamin B1 deficiency.
The human body of an adult only has about 30 milligrams of vitamin B1 (thiamine). It is easily depleted…..
The unexplained incidence of long-term Covid symptoms such as racing heart, chronic headache, crushing fatigue and even shortness of breath can only be explained by a deficiency of vitamin B1. No coronavirus, flu bug, or any other infection produces the symptoms observed with Covid-19…..
In 1897 a beriberi outbreak was believed to be caused by a germ. In fact, seventeen doctors claimed they had isolated the microorganism, until the epidemic vanished when unpolished rice was substituted for polished rice. Chickens also developed signs of the so-called viral infection, so they isolated the chickens in individual cages so there would be no viral transmission, but the symptoms persisted. Sound familiar? A lockdown of the chickens was futile. It was only when the diet of these animals was changed did their symptoms subside.
Vitamin B1 dietary supplementation, preferably with benfotiamine or allithiamine forms of B1, almost achieves the same blood levels as needle-injected B1.
Most multivitamins do not provide a sufficient amount of vitamin B1, and then only in the water-soluble form (thiamine hydrochloride) that washes out of the body easily.
The only true way to confirm a diagnosis of beriberi is the provision of B1 with resolution of symptoms. To further confound things, some patients may have co-infections with both the Covid-19 virus or a bacterium + beriberi.
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