Two cardiologists, long interview about CoV spike issues. *Update, now part of the mitochondria & movement series. - Jan Jekielek interview is pertinent.
They still are being too nice about a bioweapon, (If your government is trying to kill you, & your patients, what are you going to do about that?), but are speaking out at risk to their careers
Peter McCullough and Assem Malhotra are joined by a moderator, Jan Jekielek, who adds to the conversation and has more of a security background so is adding insights from a completely different perspective.
LONG but worth it. Even a rewatch.
I found the real source, Epoch TV, which is a subscription service but I recently subscribed. It is an episode of the American Thought Leaders series. The interviewer (Senior Editor at The Epoch Times) is quite good. This link will likely have a login wall.
‘EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Aseem Malhotra: How the COVID-19 Vaccines Impact the Heart’, American Thought Leaders, Jan Jekielek, https://www.theepochtimes.com/dr-peter-mccullough-and-dr-aseem-malhotra-how-the-covid-19-vaccines-impact-the-heart_4929815.html?utm_source=etv_vids_rec&utm_medium=a_bottom_below_ai
The doctors must have enjoyed the interview too, because they invited Jan Jekielek to be interviewed on their new audio-visual podcast, The CounterJab - Courageous Discourse with Dr. Peter McCullough and John Leake.
Dr. McCullough shares the link:
*I haven’t listened to The CounterJab interview yet. I am listening to The Shadow State, Documentary. (TheEpochTimes/TV).
Addition - 16 minutes in to The CounterJab interview - and Jan Jekielek is a testimony to meditative slow Asian exercise for autoimmune disease. Early in his academic career he became ill and was diagnosed with GBS, which is generally progressive and disabling, and seen with vak injuries. He started looking into alternative treatments as there wasn’t much being offered medically. He met someone who had recovered from CFS using the Falling Gong exercise routine. It worked for Jan Jekielek too, but he refocused his career on service to others.
Falun Gong Exercises and Meditation for Physical & Mental Health, Wellness & Stress Relief - Learn Falun Gong, 648 subscribers, (Youtube) “Falun Gong is a self-refinement discipline…” “It includes five sets of gentle exercises and meditation focusing on self-improvement through cultivating the universal principles of truthfulness, compassion, and forbearance. The standing exercises are designed to open energy channels and purify the body.” (Youtube)
*I got myself a subscription to the news…. ;-)
Exercise break - for health - mental and physical - mitochondria and the heart, and the immune system, etcetera. This brief video is about a young woman, Carolina Avendano, who is describing her recovery from having anorexia nervosa - for over a year - and the Falun dafu/gong daily exercise and meditation helped her fairly quickly to regain appetite and self-acceptance - letting her hair grow seems to have been a hurdle she is proud of.
This post is now a follow-up to the mitochondria and movement series. This was the preceeding post: Aether/chi and Kirlian photography of auras. (substack.com)
and this: Mitochondria, bone cells, and movement. (substack.com)
The glyphosate list is likely related to mitochondrial dysfunction: The last post got a big edit and has resource links now. (Niacin/wild hamster cannibalism/glyphosate.) (substack.com)
Niacin deficiency linked to glyphosate and cannibalism (in wild hamsters). (substack.com) *Additional hamster comment - they are genetically prone to becoming niacin deficient. Dr Perra said her human patients were malnourished in many nutrients, “globally malnourished”. **And that post has the two earlier mitochondria webinar posts.
I go into a little more detail about my use of the niacin protocol in this post: Niacin protocol update & Vit C for heavy metal detox. (substack.com)
This post has an image of a person with pellagra from early days in figuring out what the condition was and what the treatment is - niacin. Mitochondrial dysfunction and PICS, poor recovery after ICU. (substack.com)
This post includes my mitochondrial support graphics from two series, which includes my niacin and melatonin graphics too. Mitochondrial dysfunction, continued, & an ASPEN webinar. (substack.com)
We are our mitochondria too - if they are unhealthy, we are unhealthy too. We need to respect and care for our symbionts, so they can continue to provide us energy, and not send ~ decomposition signals to our cells. We are Both the Germ and the Terrain Theory (substack.com) I am beginning to believe that they need us to move regularly for them to perceive us a functional host to support rather than to start decomposing. This post wanders and is more a work in progress: Mitochondria, movement, the cerebellum and dystonia. (substack.com)
***Keeping myself organized. The mitochondria series is a work in progress - like life itself. ;-)
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