Bill Sardi has some great observations and suggestions:
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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