A number of topics were covered when Bill Sardi was my guest on January 2 and so I offered to provide some notes from that interview:
- Macular Degeneration. Bill Sardi brought on Stuart Richer who explained that anyone whose parents have had macular degeneration will be better protected if they consume omega-3 fats, especially the DHA in fish oil.
- Hangovers. For future reference, making every second beverage water will not only decrease the intake of alcohol, but it will also prevent dehydration which is thought to be one of the causes. I have always recommended antioxidants like vitamin C the next day. Mr. Sardi told us about Myricetin. This molecule, which is similar to resveratrol, blocks the GABA receptor in the brain and prevents drunkenness and hangover. It is also used to help alcoholics who want to quit lose their craving. It can be found from several sources online. Note that alcohol depletes vitamin B1 and magnesium and is a risk factor for cancer.
- Fatigue. Insufficient hydration can cause fatigue. Bill Sardi said that low vitamin B12 can be a cause of fatigue and many other symptoms. Low vitamin B1 can cause fatigue and coffee, sugar and alcohol block it. For underactive adrenals which can be a cause, take B5 (pantothenic acid). Underactive thyroid is a common cause and Bill suggested zinc, inositol and selenium. Men who think they might be low in testosterone should try 12 mg a day of the mineral Boron. I suggested Molecular Multi as a good start for fatigue.
- A-fib (Atrial Fibrillation). Mr. Sardi said that zinc fixed his and that of many of his followers. He also recommended vitamin B1. (There are so many reasons for this vitamin, I say, consider Nerve Guardian…it is only $3.12 a month!) Another caller asked about magnesium for a-fib and Sardi said to try it because vitamins B1 and D both need magnesium. Start with 400 mg a day to avoid having a loose stool.
- Monthly cramps. Again, magnesium. Sardi suggested skipping meat just during the cycle to get it over with quicker.
- Thinning hair. (Asked by a woman.) Sardi mentioned loss of estrogen as one common factor and suggested hyaluronic acid (50-100mg) to thicken hair. The listener knows she has a thyroid issue which is known to cause hair loss as well as weight gain. He suggested zinc and as noted above under fatigue, the B vitamin inositol (2,000 mg a day with 200 mcg selenium is being used in Italy to fix thyroid without medication.) Sardi’s article says that anxiety can also be a factor. (Inositol is a stress reliever.)
- Garlinex vs Garligest. Garlinex capsules are a garlic powder that has been enzyme activated and alkalinized so that stomach acid does not destroy an important active property, allicin. Garligest is the same garlic but with other ingredients to improve digestion and ease heartburn.
MY Covid-19 Controversy DISCLAIMER Revisited: When Bill Sardi said on the 1/2/21 show, “there is no covid-19 virus”, I gasped, then swallowed hard and hedged about agreeing with him. (That was very unusual because I am almost always in awe of what he teaches us.) I am sure that he is correct that at least many of the conditions that appear to be covid-19 are in fact the B1 deficiency disease beriberi. And, he had done research and had reasons for making the statement. However, I remembered that Mr. Sardi had previously told us that many supposed covid-19 cases were more likely tuberculosis. That is a reasonable conclusion based on the evidence. I just could not rule out the existence of a virus after having watched how cases seem to spread quickly globally like an infection and how patients who are given immune support (e.g. zinc and vitamin D) tend to recover. Also, frankly, it was hard to envision a mistake (or hoax) so outrageously bold, coordinated, and widespread. Now, after some investigation, Because of my deep respect for Bill, I did some checking and want to hedge my hedging just a little bit:
- Based on what Sherry Rogers, MD and others have taught us, it defies logic that you could have the disease and yet have no symptoms because symptoms are how the body fights disease.
- Jon Rappoport has been a respected and award-winning investigative reporter for 30 years. He writes articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Lately he has written persuasively and with documentation that the virus has not been proven to exist. In this blog post, The missing COVID virus—answering critics’ objections, he goes into convincing detail (some of it technical) describing:
- for some time, the CDC could not come up with a sample of the virus
- the shoddy procedures and wishful thinking that scientists used to determine from some partial material what the virus’s genetic makeup would likely be
- what they guessed the virus looks like
- leaps of faith behind deciding what to test people for
- exactly what a vaccine would target based on all the estimating that came before
- and how the researchers failed to mention that the testing material they assumed were the coronavirus proved not harmful to human cells—only to monkey kidney cells (and then only if administered along with toxic substances)
- In an earlier blog, John detailed similar shenanigans that were associated with the H1N1 Swine Flu in the summer of 2009.
- Mercola wrote about the puzzling inconsistencies and in another article about conflicts of interest, money trail, egos and butt-covering that obscured the supposed original source of the virus.
- Of course, Bill Sardi wrote several articles on the topic—on his website.
- It is very hard to get at the truth about any of these issues because once the government has decided on a story line, anyone who would question their conclusion is censored by them or their allies in the media and big tech.
I am still not convinced SARS-Cov2 virus doe not exist. But I am upset about the omissions (e.g. Dr. Fauci should have told us that he takes 6,000 IU of vitamin D daily), deceptions (list above), flip flops (e.g. masks), statistical flimflam (e.g. inflated case and death counts) and persistent power grabs (taking civil rights) surrounding the “management” of covid-19.
Debates about motives and the existence of a virus aside, the “sky is falling” panic-mongering was apparently based on weak science but still publicized with heaps of hype. The poorly conceived and conducted lock-down is another bag of ugly worms that became an assault on humanity and an economy crusher.
To be perfectly clear, I believe that taking CDC recommended precautions and working to bolster your immune system is still smart and will not be wasted in any case. You may, at the very least, prevent the flu which can be deadly. The covid-19 vaccine raises its own concerns even if you do not wonder about the mysterious germ it is supposed to fight.
No matter what, Bill Sardi has done us a great service exposing the epidemic of vitamin B1 deficiency which is just as serious and potentially deadly as a pandemic. Make sure you get enough B1: Read about vitamin B1 in our library.