Here is why we aren’t allowed to use Ivermectin
I library researched salt, you know, NaCl, back in the early 2000s. All the low salt diet stuff was still being pushed. A new book, entitled, SALT, had just been published, great historical read.
I mention this, because my research turned up information that horses, in particular, were being fed a salt deficient diet. This resulted in a great increase in parasite infections. So, low and behold, ivermectin, antiparasite paste, showed up to treat them.
Based partially on this information, I cured myself of Lyme disease, drinking a concoction of pharmaceutical, pure NaCl, plus vitamin C for a year.
I have recently read that a low salt diet is linked to insulin resistance.
Hmmmm. Thinking about this one. You might well be onto something. I have been looking into insulin issues via Ivor Cummins stuff. Read his book on the matter too. He is NOT a low salt proponent.
Will be interesting to see what else turns up.
Hi, Group Therapy,
I don’t mean to change the focus of this thread. However, for good information on the keto diet and fasting to affect insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes and other symptoms of metabolic syndrome, there are three You Tube posters I really like. Dr. Sten Ekburg, Dr. Mindy Pelz and Dr. Ken Berry.
Many people have these issues and this makes them more susceptible to getting Covid-19.