Why on earth did NATURAL ANTIBODIES become TABOO?

Dr. Suneel Dhand – MedStoic Lifestyle Medicine110K subscribersSUBSCRIBEFollowing recovery from viral illnesses, people develop natural antibodies. This shouldn’t be the taboo subject it’s become. It is SCIENCE and BIOLOGY!

Ppl, listen to real science, not corporate driven vaccine propaganda. Follow the money………

mark p

mark p

3 weeks agonatural antibodies are free that’s why389REPLYView 9 replies

Vibing with Quan Yen

Vibing with Quan Yen

2 weeks agoNice to see that there’s still doctors with a spine and brain out there.340REPLYView 17 replies

Zamson30

Zamson30

3 weeks agoThis Doctor should take over for Dr. Fauci.886REPLYView 29 replies

L O

L O

3 weeks agoWhen the WHO changed the definition of herd immunity not to include natural immunity i started to pay attention to the pandemic differently. Erasing and not talking about our most important weapon against illness or disease is authoritarian and wrong.169REPLYView reply

steve gledhill

steve gledhill

2 weeks agoThe reason is because, natural antibodies don’t make big pharmaceutical companies any money.67REPLY

A J

A J

3 weeks agoFor some reason everyone is expected to take the emergency vaccine,even our children. I’m not at all comfortable with what is happening.283REPLYView 40 replies

LULZjunkie2018

LULZjunkie2018

3 weeks agoIve been saying this since day1…Nothing is more effective than a strong immune system and a healthy lifestyle.409REPLYView 19 replies

Debbie Heine

Debbie Heine

3 weeks agoWhat they’re calling the vaccine, isn’t really a vaccine. It’s experimental gene therapy. I had covid in November. When someone asks me if I’ve had/am getting the vaccine, my reply is “What’s the benefit to me if I’ve already had covid?” No one has answered that question. Not even my electrophysiologist. I’m not getting the shots.304REPLYView 45 replies

Paula Warren

Paula Warren

3 weeks agoBaffled me too. The general public has forgotten about immunity.237REPLYView 13 replies

Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson

3 weeks agoI had Covid in late March and missed 3 weeks of work, was the worst illness I ever had. I’m 60 years old and never missed a day of work in 19 years, take no medication, none smoker but a moderate beer drinker. The HR Woman of our Company thinks I’m stupid for not getting the vaccine as my Boss is and while they don’t wear a mask I have to because I have not been vaccinated, ( Company policy ). I feel like my old self and healthy again but no shot for me.316REPLYView 65 replies

A Simpleton

A Simpleton

3 weeks agoIt’s almost like there is a giant, powerful industry that profits from selling artificially induced immunity.68REPLYView 4 replies

Harley Husky

Harley Husky

3 weeks ago (edited)My dermatologist asked if had my shot yet and I said I was waiting for my antibody test to come back because I believe my husband and I had the infection. He said ” well that’s not the way it works”..huh? That is how it works, and he is a doctor.50REPLYView 8 replies

Delphi333

Delphi333

3 weeks agoLol when it comes to collecting antibodies at the Red Cross – they only want recovered patients not those who got the vacks – because…,recovered patients have a more robust immune response!123REPLYView 5 replies

Marie Dambrosio

Marie Dambrosio

3 weeks agoThank you 🙏 I’m a nurse and I’m so sick of having this conversation with my coworkers when I know they have the same education as me. I wish people would just listen instead of trying to have all the answers, science is about exploration not certainty.124REPLYView 24 replies

Reynaldo Perez

Reynaldo Perez

3 weeks agoAlso how being more physically fit and eating correct promote the strengthening of the immune system. Barely any mainstream sources voice this.99REPLYView 20 replies from Dr. Suneel Dhand – MedStoic Lifestyle Medicine and others

Mein Name

Mein Name

3 weeks agoI live in Germany, and it feels very cult-like the way they are pushing this here. Billboards everywhere with some smiling young man or woman with the slogan, “Of course I’m getting vaccinated!” And the weird societal peer pressure. My neighbors asking me excitedly with big smiles on their faces, “So, have you gotten your vaccine yet?” They are so ate up about it. With that level of exuberance, I’d expect a question more like, “So, have you gotten your new car yet?” or “Has your sister had her baby yet?” It’s super creepy! Also, I haven’t had a flu shot since 10 years ago, and I haven’t had the flu in these 10 years. Pre-Covid, I traveled several times a year internationally, so I was exposed to a lot of people from all over the world. My body knows what it’s doing! Plus, I had Covid early last year. It sucked. I was very sick for 3 weeks. But I didn’t need to be hospitalized nor do I have any long-term issues from having had it. So, I’d rather take my chances with the virus than with some experimental substance that big ph arma is pushing way too hard, in my opinion.Read more120REPLYView 33 replies

Barbie Villa

Barbie Villa

3 weeks agoIt’s been over a year and still have antibodies as of two weeks ago, so does my whole family. We haven’t been sick again either. With antibodies still showing up, I’m not getting the vaccine. #BasicScience65REPLYView 4 replies

Eldin Seif

Eldin Seif

3 weeks ago (edited)What is new here, the medical system has always been beholden/subservient to the pharmaceutical industry. You, Sir are one of the few exceptions, I admire your great courage to speak out.90REPLYView 2 replies

Medhead101

Medhead101

3 weeks agoNatural immunity (Be it antibodies from B-cells and/or T-cell immunity) responds to the ENTIRE virus (Spike protein, envelope protein, membrane protein, nucleocapsid protein) whereas vaccine immunity is just to the Spike protein. Natural immunity should be better than vaccine immunity in every way. Also patients who recovered from SARS-COV 1 back in 2003 had their T-cells tested 17 years later for SARS-COV 1 and they were positive indicating long lasting immunity! These patients were even positive against SARS-COV2 showing cross immunity!266REPLYView 36 replies

Matthew Ashworth

Matthew Ashworth

3 weeks agoI noticed this too and I think I have an idea why this is so, based off conversations with people who are not well-versed in science and medicine. The whole issue stems from the misinformation that was pushed onto the masses last year – that natural immunity against COVID-19 is short-lived. This was based merely on observation that in some people antibody levels decrease after 4-5 months. However, we all know that it is perfectly normal for antibody levels to decrease sometime after an immune response if the body no longer has the pathogen circulating inside it, because the body has memory cells to retain the needed information to trigger a rapid immune response should the pathogen be re-introduced. Moreover, it was also known by then that T-cells play a HUGE role in battling COVID-19 because of their role in cell-mediated immunity, dealing with intracellular pathogens. This blatant disregard for memory B- and T-cells is exactly why the conversation has shifted. It was also the moment when I stopped believing that the poor pandemic handling is mere incompetence and became convinced that there’s something malicious happening. To deny such basic science and to spin it as “natural immunity against COVID does not last” is beyond idiotic and simply relies on general public’s scientific illiteracy and ignorance. There are still many people to this day that believe that natural immunity against COVID is short-lived, whereas the vaccine will be a magic pill that will make them immune for life, despite the mounting evidence showing the contrary.Read more116REPLYView 16 replies

Playlist

Playlist

3 weeks agoI’m not a doctor but this issue has really baffled me. Some people get upset when I bring up this concept of natural immunity from naturally present antibodies due to exposure to COVID 19. I also point out that for some of us who don’t get the flu shot each year we understand the risk and feel confident that our immune system can produce the proper antibodies to fight it off. Why then is that not possible with COVID 19? They insist it’s somehow different but they cannot explain how. It’s as if everyone has amnesia about how vaccines work and how antibodies work pre 2020. It’s starting to feel like a cult.Read more286REPLYView 36 replies

Grey Jay

Grey Jay

3 weeks agoDr. Dhand, the stone-faced avoidance of the subject of natural antibodies, is linked to the new paradigm: pushing vaccines, as the only way to legitimately achieve immunity. It approaches the level of religious fervor, which is always intolerant of alternate information or points of view. The official state orthodoxy of the CDC, is the vaccine religion. Anything which intrudes upon it, is heresy.Read more272REPLYView 24 replies

Medhead101

Medhead101

3 weeks agoEven if you have low levels of antibodies, you have memory B cells which can rump up production of antibodies when re-exposed. If you have positive antibodies, you also very likely have positive T-Cell immunity as T-cells are often required to activate the B-cells. I think that if you show any signs of natural immunity, you’re risk of getting a bad outcome from re-exposure is so low and you don’t need the vaccine.138REPLYView 2 replies

juicemansam

juicemansam

3 weeks agoThe emergency use of vaccines requires that there be no alternative, by law. No alternative treatment. No natural recovery.38REPLYView reply

John Schroeder

John Schroeder

3 weeks agoBig Pharma at work here, they have enough politicians on their payroll to do whatever they want .58REPLYView reply

KENTUCKYUSA1

KENTUCKYUSA1

3 weeks agoIt’s about money. There is no obscene and continuing profit to be made from natural antibodies. Follow the money. Always.

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