This Information Could Save Your Life

So Why Are The Authorities Keeping It From Us?

Pathless Pilgrim

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After almost two years of living in a global pandemic, many people are looking on a daily basis to the latest government advice to help them stay safe and survive these challenging times.

Yet there is some vital, potentially life-saving information which they consistently leave out of their bulletins and guidance… and for the life of me I don’t know why.

You see, the information has been around for well over a year so it’s nothing new. It’s based on reliable data analysed by two of the most respected academic institutions in the world — Harvard Medical School and King’s College London.

It’s common knowledge that what we eat can have a major impact, for better or worse, on our health. What the researchers at King’s College and Harvard discovered was that those on a whole food plant-based diet were both less likely to develop Covid-19 and also less likely to be hospitalised if they did catch it.

In fact, the study showed that those on a vegan or plant based diet had 73 percent lower odds of developing moderate to severe COVID-19 severity.

Those are hugely significant odds!

And yet, not once during all the bulletins, announcements and official addresses to the nation about how to combat the spread of the coronavirus have I heard anyone from the government advise people to eat a whole food plant-based diet, or to cut out meat, dairy, refined carbohydrates and processed foods in order to increase their natural immunity.

Despite the hugely positive impact this would have on the overall health of the population, and the fact that it would, presumably, cost the government nothing at all, there has been complete silence on the issue.

Why?

It’s not the first time this has happened, of course. The dangers of meat and dairy are so well documented as to be irrefutable and are major factors in some of the world’s biggest killer diseases, including heart disease, certain cancers, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity — not to mention food-born infections such as salmonella or trichinosis.

I’m sure there are multiple reasons for the government’s silence on this issue (although whether there are any good reasons is questionable) but this isn’t the time or place to start conjecturing.

Nevertheless, it does make you wonder what their real motives are…

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Pathless Pilgrim

Many things to many people... A complete enigma to myself.