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    Yes, the Weston A Price Foundation.

    Have you checked into it?

    I was talking about this person, Sally Fallon Morrell, the person who wrote the book in the OP.

    She is listed as a founding member to the WPF. And her biggest accomplishment is an English degree. What does that tell you?

    Ms English-degree is telling us viruses don't exist.

    How stupid is THAT?

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    "Terrain theory"

    Smells like "critical race theory"

    WTF do a bunch of holistic nutritionists know about viruses? Nothing!

    Someone mentioned New Zealand - kuru was definitely related to nutrition. The cannibals ate diseased brains then they got sick too. Fortunately there were no "nutritionists" around to examine their "diet". However the virologists did discover CJV and its variants, which lead to things as diverse as mad cow disease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonsqtr View Post
    "Terrain theory"

    Smells like "critical race theory"

    WTF do a bunch of holistic nutritionists know about viruses? Nothing!

    Someone mentioned New Zealand - kuru was definitely related to nutrition. The cannibals ate diseased brains then they got sick too. Fortunately there were no "nutritionists" around to examine their "diet". However the virologists did discover CJV and its variants, which lead to things as diverse as mad cow disease.
    No denying Germ theory but a medical professional .... a real doctor who cares.... should temper his proclivity to always prescribe to cure with some education of preventative measures ...... and yes, that includes vitamins, good nutrition and exercise.

    BTW..... Dr Mercola is hated by the Medical Industrial Complex because much of what he prescribes are vitamins and nutrition ....they have curative effects. There is a place for this in medicine.

    Note: I don't endorse everything Mercola believes but a good majority of his health solutions do work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nonsqtr View Post
    Yes, the Weston A Price Foundation.

    Have you checked into it?
    I have yes.


    Quote Originally Posted by nonsqtr View Post
    I was talking about this person, Sally Fallon Morrell, the person who wrote the book in the OP. She is listed as a founding member to the WPF. And her biggest accomplishment is an English degree.

    She is listed as a co author, second after Tom Cowan. Tom Cowan was a medical doctor for quite some time as I wrote about in Post #8:
    The Truth About Contagion: Exploring Theories of How Disease Spreads


    As I also explained in Post #8, he apparently got his medical license revoked after 15 years due to what I believe amounted to a witch hunt, but that takes nothing away from his actual knowledge. So even if Sally wasn't, I think that Mr. Cowan's experience should have been more than sufficient to fill any gaps in knowledge. She has also done a fair amount of research in health, as detailed in the about page of the Weston Price foundation:
    Board of Directors - The Weston A. Price Foundation


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    Ms English-degree is telling us viruses don't exist.
    Yes, Mrs. Morrell is saying this, but so do many others, including Mr. Cowan. Admittedly, it's a radically different notion than the mainstream narrative, but I think their book is very good at explaining how the likes of Louis Pasteur essentially lied their way into getting us to believe this.
    "Trust those who seek the truth, doubt those who find it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonsqtr View Post
    "Terrain theory"
    Yep, it's a theory, just like the conventional germ theory. Terrain theory has been alternative theory to germ theory since germ theory's inception. Honestly, I think it may well have been around much longer, just not under that name.
    "Trust those who seek the truth, doubt those who find it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuaseMarco View Post
    No denying Germ theory but a medical professional .... a real doctor who cares.... should temper his proclivity to always prescribe to cure with some education of preventative measures ...... and yes, that includes vitamins, good nutrition and exercise.

    BTW..... Dr Mercola is hated by the Medical Industrial Complex because much of what he prescribes are vitamins and nutrition ....they have curative effects. There is a place for this in medicine.

    Note: I don't endorse everything Mercola believes but a good majority of his health solutions do work.

    I agree with all of this. Just because I believe that Dr. Mercola has done a lot of great work doesn't mean I agree with -everything- he's ever said. I definitely trust him much more regarding Covid than the official Covid narrative though.
    "Trust those who seek the truth, doubt those who find it."

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