People with learning disabilities or severe mental illness found at highest "risk" over obesity or age for mortality from hospitalized "Covid19".
#TheCulling was profitable for the (UK) healthcare facilities, deadly drug combos were given to ease the patient's "respiratory distress" - vent & sedate & send to the mortuary. Care homes also
How Can Severe Mental Illness be the Deadliest Covid Comorbidity? ⋆ Brownstone Institute.
Well, aside from the large dollar bonuses being given in the US . . . for the vent and sedate and Remdesivir type protocols . . . Table 5 shows us clearly that there is likely a big difference nutritionally between those with severe mental illness and everyone else. And the patients are unlikely to be treated with supplements, instead they were likely on several of the nutrient depleting medications long-term.
In a previous post or two I have mentioned the censored book The Bell Curve, which includes statistics for clutziness rates - accident proneness injuries - both the learning disabled and very gifted intellectually were at higher risk than middle IQ groups. The learning disabled were at greatest risk for harm from accidental injury. Visualize both learning disabled and gifted intellectually as people with a heterogenic mixture of gene alleles making them different than average. Now that you have that picture, add in that among those many varied gene alleles there are likely to be metabolic enzyme differences, or protein transport, or receptor protein differences. Something is making the people different intellectually and very likely metabolically also.
The learning disabled do tend to have metabolic gene alleles in methylation and an increased rate of pyroluria which still isn’t screened for or treated in mainstream medical and the treatment is simple but really necessary - high dose B6 and zinc daily for life. The Down’s Syndrome patients of the world are not being screened for metabolic gene alleles, nor being supplemented for their special needs.
Regarding Table 5 - I could easily add one more column with nutrients depleted, or needed by Covid/spike/hyperinflammation issues. It would overlap. Yes, my health protocol is complex, but my goal is restoring health, not just pretending that that is the goal or giving up when a few treatments aren’t working well enough - add more.
I do use the “Throw the Kitchen Sink at it” approach - add stuff, if it doesn’t seem worse continue a while, when you run out then - do you notice feeling worse again? Then buy more and add it to the daily routine.
The nutrients of concern column on Table 5:
Vit A - too little or too much activated retinoids is causal of schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s,
B1, B2 (little evidence showing a link to schizophrenia for riboflavin deficiency - it is common in food. Thiamin is also but the need for thiamin is greatly increased during inflammation, above levels found in food - niacin also.), B3, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Inositol,
Vit C, Vit D, Vit K (specifically the K2 form is bioactive and would be the supplement to choose),
CoQ10, Calcium (excess intracellular calcium is generally the problem, rather than too little - it is drawn from the bones due to a need for magnesium.) Magnesium,
Manganese, (While deficiency would likely be a problem, excess manganese is causal of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s - seen in long-term TPN (intravenous tube feeding) patients.) Potassium, Selenium,
Sodium, (excess sodium is more likely a problem, though hyponatremia would be a risk too.) Zinc, Glutathione, N-acetyl-Carnitine (NAC that is NOT N-acetyl-cysteine which would also likely be beneficial but was not mentioned in the three main references I was using for the Table - I looked up things to fill in the few empty squares.) Essential Fatty Acids, Choline, EGCG - or green or black tea were mentioned as protective daily habits.) Polyphenols, Flavonoids, Probiotics and Prebiotics, Cannabinoids.
Summary - too much activated vitamin A, excess calcium and sodium are problems, and manganese is needed in a narrow safe range - excess is causal. Minerals effect each other and protein deficiency also can impact mineral bioavailability and vitamin D needs protein transport to store the inactive form.
We need not overly processed fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, coffee, tea, herbs and spices, to provide EGCG, Polyphenols, Flavonoids, Probiotics and Prebiotics. They would also provide trace minerals, B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, vitamin A, C, and K.
I do supplement with methyl Bs and the rest of the B group at higher doses than food can provide. I likely do have the pyroluria need for zinc and B6 on a daily basis and methylation differences were identified.
If I get low in calcium intake I get secondary hyperparathyroid symptoms - I take a 250 mg calcium daily as the symptoms include mental and physical jitteriness and odd urges to pop myself (self-harm) to release a feeling of internal pressure - nothing to do with shame or social pressure - just weird and it is in research literature that patients with autism who gauged their eyes were found to be low in calcium. It didn’t mention secondary hyperparathyroidism but that was part of the odd urges I was feeling at the time - for a long time, years before it was found in a lab screening by an endocrinologist. Hyperthyroidism had been identified and stabilized quickly once I totally cut out gluten (molecular mimicry autoimmune risk for autoimmune thyroiditis).
Ion channel dysfunction seems to be prevalent among the research for Alzheimer’s risks and in my review of nociceptive pain.
Cannabinoid breakdown due to inflammation may be increasing expression of ion channels on cell surfaces leading to hypersensitivity and more activation of the increased numbers of channels, which leads to increased intracellular calcium entry which causes more breakdown of cannabinoids. While the whole cannabinoid is anti-inflammatory in many ways, the metabolite arachidonic acid adds to inflammation and excess levels are seen in Alzheimer’s.
Returning to the original theme:
Are Covid19 protocols killing people? YES.
Is neglect of nutrition and hydration also killing people? YES - but slower.
Are the learning disabled and severely mentally ill likely to be at increased risk for more severe “Covid”? YES
More at risk than obese or elderly? Maybe, that is harder to say.
#TheCulling protocols would be more likely to be used on mentally incompetent or those with no family or during the CoV policy of isolating-from-family who may have concerns about the patient’s care. Down’s Syndrome is also associated with an increased risk for heart differences - cardiovascular congenital risk - so possibly yes, that person may be at more risk than an obese but metabolically stable person or an elderly person in reasonable health.
My sister, may she rest in peace, was very intellectually gifted and employed in an important position within industry, internationally consulted for advice in her field. She was also obese but had been metabolically stable prior to being hospitalized for CoV, Nov. 2021. She was isolated, she was talked into being vented on the last day of isolation, things reportedly were better and she could have visitors. I didn’t make it in time. She was vented and then sedated shortly later because “the lungs fight the vent”. The ventilator should only be used on patients who do not have lung function. Covid has been proven to not be effectively treated with ventilation - and yet the US is still doing it. The doctors were very confident and sweet and caring, and totally clueless about any need to treat elevated ferritin levels. They just watch it as a sign of increasing infection - or cancer. I heard the same thing from a cancer specialist regarding my father’s care.
Breaking medical news: Elevated ferritin is an oxidant and needs treatment with iron chelators and antioxidants.
She also was not fed much food at all, after having already been not eating well for a week with the early cold symptoms. I can’t turn back time for my sister, and rush to her side when she first mentioned the cold, but I can try to warn others that the Covid protocols are still in use in the US and the doctors are very confident in their sales pitch. Anyone unfamiliar with hyperinflammation is likely going to be conned by their overt confidence - not just the learning disabled. As a trauma survivor, reading body language is a survival skill from childhood, these doctors believed their own BS - they were really confident and so glad to be able to help in this time of need. The only specialist who truly seemed aware of the BS was the nephrologist - he agreed with me in talking with her spouse about the move toward dialysis - it was already too late as soon as she was sedated with the deadly cocktail of paralytics. She was morbidly obese and therefore very fragile metabolically.
What was very inappropriate of many of the ‘caring’ ICU health team, was they all assumed that she had been bedridden and dysfunctional long-term though she had walked into the ER room with a hand-cane - which they lost. I retrieved it eventually - there were seven hand-canes in the lost and found so I needed an exact description. That was the last conversation I had with her - I happened to call to say I was on my way and she said don’t bother she was at the ER and hadn’t wanted to worry me. I siad I would be right there and do not go in. She refused. She can be very stubborn and would likely have qualified for some mental health diagnoses if she had sought therapy. Intellectually gifted can go along with obsessive/compulsive hoarder. Early trauma can lead to dissociation and dwelling too much in the fantasy that everything will be all right.
The pessimistic optimist plans for the worst and hopes for the best. The glass is half full so I should sip it slowly to make it last.
Yes, the mentally disabled and intellectually different may be at higher risk for nutrient deficiencies, trace mineral imbalance, and possibly underlying cardiovascular or other differences in detoxification ability or ion channel function or transport proteins for trace minerals or vitamin D (GcMAF/Vitamin D Binding protein).
Pole-shift and my Planet X dot pic.
Aside/ I added photos I took of a bright star-like spot during the full moon to this post: "Trump is a LARP", Gematria, and Taiwan. [and pole-shift] (substack.com)
Allegedly we are being culled prior to the pole-shift so that there will be fewer desperate refugees during the build-up to the shift and in the aftermath.
We can keep working towards normalcy with normal legal methods and see if that gets any more effective - or we could shift mindset to realizing that our governments seem to be colluding in a dangerous plot to harm health and fertility of the public and work on our own self-protection. Seeking help for adverse jab reactions from people who are unwilling, incapable, or are being threatened to not talk about them, is a fool’s game.
Protect yourself and your loved ones from organized health care systems is my realistic advice. They may seem hopeful and helpful, but they don’t seem to know much about restoring normal function or nourishing ill people. The dietitian at the hospital where my sister was at had never heard of using ketogenic diets for therapeutic purposes and was way over-feeding a person on paralytics who had not been eating much at all for two weeks (rapid refeeding in itself can cause a metabolic crash).
Don’t ask for help from people who don’t know that their “help” is very harmful - is my realistic advice. There are a few activist organizations sharing more helpful guidance, but even their medically based guidance is failing to include many factors that spike can be disrupting. Why is no one talking about cholinergic blocking in relation to the increase in miscarriages and infertility? Lack of nAChR function will cause a fertilized egg to not implant. This is a huge problem and practically no one is discussing it among the health activists. The disruption of TRP channels repeat ankyrin domain is also not being discussed or treated accurately (chelated magnesium supplement or topical Epsom salt or magnesium chloride are likely needed).
More people are talking about pomegranate products in medical research, so that is good.
“The sky is falling” said Chicken Little, and all the other farm animals laughed.
Your food and medication supply are killing you slowly. Good luck with that.
I think it is a scary but amazing time to be alive - we will get to experience Biblical events for ourselves, some of us. Peace be with you - you will always have yourself - in energy form - in my belief system. Transcendence is a mental move towards Oneness.
Post I wrote yesterday on my peace-is-happy.org site: The attitude of gratitude. We all need a hobby, enjoying peace is one of mine.
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