How To Acquire the Immunity Children Have Against Covid-19
One of the gross errors of modern medicine is to study why people are diseased rather than why they are healthy enough to escape the many maladies that plague mankind.
There are many perplexing questions that go unanswered since the COVID-19 pandemic was announced by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020.
One of them is why young children appear to be immune to COVID-19? And if so, pray tell, why are vaccine makers and public health authorities making preparations to vaccinate the young? And is there a safer non-experimental alternative to vaccination for children and adults since the new experimental RNA/DNA vaccines make guinea pigs out of our children?
Casting a blind eye to immunonutrition
Is it possible the increased use of natural remedies kept these children well?
Immunologists commonly say there is nothing that can be done to boost the immune system other than avoid poor nutrition. This is despite the fact there are major nutrient deficiencies in vitamin D, zinc, vitamin C, magnesium and vitamin B1 even in the well-fed American population that modern medicine overlooks. Vaccines are posed as the only option against infectious disease.
This time vaccine-happy pediatricians couldn’t say vitamins and minerals are unproven when the vaccines were experimental and as a class (reprogrammable RNA/DNA vaccines) and have never been used in humans.
But as much as I am an advocate of immune-boosting dietary supplements to prevent or treat infectious disease to induce natural immunity as an alternative to vaccination, it is not plausible that kids used vitamins so religiously to extinguish this pandemic.
Kids DO get COVID
Experts now say kids do get COVID, but experience very mild symptoms. Infection is desirable for natural immunity to occur.
An unexplained anomaly has been the flu has vanished this season. A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says children didn’t get the flu this 2020-21 season because they wore face masks and practiced distancing. But that is preposterous. That would mean these practices implausibly prevent the flu but not Covid coronavirus infections. These are so-called experts saying this.
Children appear to be innately immune from severe infection. If face masks and distancing really do prevent infection, then they keep children from developing natural immunity and render them completely dependent upon immunization with an experimental RNA/DNA vaccine. Maybe that is the true objective.
Vitamins to the rescue?
One explanation is that young children have active thymus glands that produce virus-killing T-cells up to around age 20. Then the thymus gland shrinks and T-cells decline drastically. BTW: The provision of supplemental zinc and vitamin D help to prevent thymus gland atrophy.
For sure, public health authorities have been remiss in not recommending nutrient fortification during the pandemic.
An answer to the question of childhood immunity
Investigators at the University of Louisville attempt to answer the question why children under age 18 do not contract COVID-19, and in answering that question, they also attempt to explain why the BCG (Bacillus Calmette–Guérin) tuberculosis vaccine appears to confer protection from COVID-19 whenever it is part of a country’s childhood vaccination schedule.
According to one online source, there are 16 countries that inoculate with BCG vaccine at birth. There are another 31 countries that immunize with BCG but do not administer BCG booster shots. Adults who were immunized with BCG at birth appear to be immune against TB and a variety of other infectious diseases.
One report indicates for every 10% increase in BCG coverage there was a 10.4% reduction in COVID-19 mortality. There are published reports that dispute any protection from COVID-19 infection with BCG vaccination. But COVID-19 is so fraught with inaccurate false-positive cases due to a flawed PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test, a test that is known to produce pseudo-epidemics, that the true test would be whether BCG-vaccinated populations develop immunity from other infectious diseases.
Another more likely explanation points to childhood vaccination which is 90 % coverage in the U.S. In fact, it is difficult to say there is an effective anti-vax movement in the U.S. when better than nine out of ten school kids are immunized.
What the Louisville University researchers say is that any kind of vaccination may confer protection against a broader number of infectious diseases than the vaccines were designed to prevent. An example is the BCG tuberculosis vaccine, but other childhood vaccines could produce this protective effect as well.
Trained immunity in the 1930s
In the 1930s physicians observed that children who were vaccinated for any reason were less likely to die from other infectious diseases such as malaria, leprosy and respiratory infections. The vaccine that accomplished this broad immunity was the BCG vaccine for tuberculosis. The BCG vaccine prevents more diseases than it was designed to.
Another example of entrainment was when small pox vaccination was introduced about 200 years ago, and up to its discontinuation in 1980, physicians noticed it afforded protection against the measles, scarlet fever, and whooping cough. This we now know as trained immunity—an agent that trains innate immune cells to provide long term immunity.
In immunological lingo, trained immuni
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