Now I don’t know about you, but right now it feels like we are all living in the twilight zone. We’ve got media giants telling us one thing, science pointing in another direction, and the government just won’t shut up. Yet through all of this, can we make some sense out of what is actually good for our health?
I do believe we can, and one thing is, we should really stop listening to the BBC as they have been caught yet again spreading fake news and potentially putting people’s lives in danger. Of course… of course… leave the pitch forks, cause it’s not like they have a multi billion pound budget and get tidy financial boosts from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is it? It’s not like an entire nation looks up to the institution for valuable direction in life is it?
The concerning part for me, is that the BBC were caught flat out trying to debunk the medicinal benefits of garlic during the recent plandemic. Which from personal experience I can confirm that garlic in a concentrated form is an incredibly powerful anti viral and anti bacterial. There’s also ginger, but that’s another story for another day.
Now the BBC went on quite the tirade against garlic, using the Bill and Melinda Gates sanctioned organisation commonly known as WHO.
The BBC wrote an article called: Coronavirus: The fake health advice you should ignore…
Lots of posts that recommend eating garlic to prevent infection are being shared on Facebook. The WHO (World Health Organization) says that while it is “a healthy food that may have some antimicrobial properties”, there’s no evidence that eating garlic can protect people from the new coronavirus. In lots of cases, these kinds of remedies aren’t harmful in themselves, as long as they aren’t preventing you from following evidence-based medical advice. But they have the potential to be. The South China Morning Post reported a story of a woman who had to receive hospital treatment for a severely inflamed throat after consuming 1.5kg of raw garlic. We know, in general, that eating fruit and vegetables and drinking water can be good for staying healthy. However, there is no evidence specific foods will help fight this particular virus.BBC 2020
Now when I first read this, I nearly had a little panic attack. I couldn’t understand why the BBC was so hell bent on trying to make garlic look like it had no use. Even more so, because I had originally noticed this story being broadcast via 24 hour news. I could not understand why the BBC were pushing this so hard!
Then there is the fact that the WHO is being used to back up this story, which has just had its funding cut by Trump and evidence is coming to light of deep corruption operating within the institution, squarely pointing its fingers at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Which is ironic, because, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have been found to be very cosy with the BBC as mentioned before.
Thank Gloria of diamond street we have science though, as a recent study found: “Allium sativum (garlic) may be an acceptable preventive measure against COVID-19 infection to boost immune system cells and to repress the production and secretion of proinflammatory cytokines as well as an adipose tissue derived hormone leptin having the proinflammatory nature.”
The study named “The Effects of Allium Sativum on Immunity within the Scope of COVID-19 Infection” outlined the extensive benefits of allium sativum (garlic) stating: Allium sativum is a functional food well-known for its immunomodulatory, antimicrobial, antiinflammatory, antimutagenic, antitumor properties. Its antiviral efficiency was also demonstrated. Some constituents of this plant were found to be active against protozoan parasites. Within this context, it appears to reverse most immune system dysfunctions observed in patients with COVID-19 infection. The relations among immune system parameters, leptin, leptin receptor, adenosin mono phosphate-activated protein kinase, peroxisome proliferator activated receptor-gamma have also been interpreted. Leptin’s role in boosting proinflammatory cytokines and in appetite decreasing suggest the possible beneficial effect of decreasing the concentration of this proinflammatory adipose tissue hormone in relieving some symptoms detected during COVID-19 infection.
Now we have science saying nature and garlic are good, the BBC trying to debunk everything that isn’t a vaccine, and we already know the government doesn’t have a f**king clue.