The health of all Americans is at a pivotal crossroads. Do we listen to our government as it pushes experimental gene-damaging “vaccines,” lucrative Big Pharma drugs, and contaminated, artificial, and ultra-processed foods into our bodies, or do we take matters into our own hands and realize the power a healthy body holds across all aspects of our lives? As COVID-19 ravaged the people of our great nation, it’s hard not to notice that one critical body system is influenced by our physical health—our remarkable immune system. Following the damage done by the deadly COVID jabs, it’s past time to take control of our health, understand and nurture our immune system, and make informed decisions that will protect us in times of crisis. Contaminated drugs and gene-damaging shots are not the answer.

As with most important matters, the answer most often lies within. And God didn’t skimp on this one. The human immune system works constantly to defend the body from antigens, which have associations with pathogens, including toxins, bacteria, parasites, and viruses. The system is a complex network with two lines of defense: innate immunity and adaptive immunity. Innate immunity consists of physical barriers and is your body’s first line of defense. The four types of defensive barriers that make up innate immunity are anatomic (skin and mucous membranes), physiologic (temperature, low pH, and chemical mediators), endocytic and phagocytic, and inflammatory. The innate immune system is nonspecific because it reacts in the same manner with all foreign invaders. If the innate immune system fails to prevent a potential threat, the adaptive immune system takes over.

The adaptive immune system, made up of T cells, B cells, and antibodies, specifically targets the type of germ causing the infection, but first, it must recognize the germ as such. This process means the adaptive immune system is slower to respond than the innate immune system, but when it does respond, it is more accurate. Additionally, the adaptive immune system has the advantage of being able to “remember” germs so that the next time it confronts a germ it has already encountered, it starts fighting that germ more rapidly. This knowledge is critical to understanding why we encounter several illnesses only once in our lives and are, after that, immune to them. Initially, it may take a few days for the adaptive immune system to jump into action the first time it comes into contact with the germ, but the next time it does, it reacts immediately, with the second infection most often very mild or unnoticed altogether.

Moving on, understanding the fascinating way the human body is designed to defend itself from illness, why aren’t we continuously guided toward taking pristine care of ourselves? After all, our body is our temple. Author Sally Fallon Morell wrote she has “long believed that native peoples—in the Americas, in Africa, and in the South Seas—began to suffer from infectious disease as soon as they came in contact with European colonists,” adding, “in fact, many have asked me how such healthy people could succumb to disease so quickly.” In a nutshell, Morell declared the sudden downfall did not happen due to “immunological inadequacy” and “lack of genetic resistance,” as is often touted by doctors and public health officials to ignore the ultimate cause of disease. Instead, Morell insists that in both the Old and New Worlds, malnutrition is the direct cause of disease.

Guess what caused native people—who lived off the land and were in tune with nature—to begin contracting infectious diseases? The answer is what keeps most humans unhealthy today: the greed of a select few, overtaking what is not theirs and destroying whatever gets in their way. Before Europeans began commercially exploiting the natural resources that sustained the natives, they were healthy with robust natural immune systems. Morell noted that early reports “marveled at the Native American’s good health and robust constitution.”

It wasn’t until the greedy made moves like taking over the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, hijacking and exhausting the trapping of game animals from Native Americans, or depleting salmon fisheries on the West Coast that diseases like smallpox, measles, influenza, dysentery, diphtheria, typhus, yellow fever, whooping cough, tuberculosis, syphilis, and various other “fevers” became predominant in the aboriginal population. Not only did the greedy take away the ability of the natives to live healthy lives, but they also introduced foods that made them sick. For example, they were flooded with sugar that supercharged their pancreas to produce more insulin. Without question, their health grew worse as sources of food and clothing from the land declined, and their traditional economies collapsed.

Morell remarked that when disease broke out in a village, those infected were often abandoned by the healthy, with no one to care for them. With no way to get water, they frequently died of thirst. Sadly, this explanation makes sense when you realize that death rates during outbreaks were much higher for Native Americans (90%) than for greedy Europeans (30%). Indeed, infectious disease did not arrive until after a period of nutritional decline, and, according to Morell, fear and despair almost certainly played a role. Of course, exposure to new microorganisms can play a role in causing epidemics of infectious diseases. Still, they are less likely to cause disease in healthy, well-nourished individuals with robust immune systems.

As we fast forward and examine today’s contaminated world, where obesity is an epidemic, mental illness is overtaking our children, and our food has no nutritional value, nothing is more important than taking firm charge of the health of yourself and your children. The alternative is allowing the federal government and Big Pharma to raise your kids. I can’t think of a more frightening alternative. Morell, who is the founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, hit the nail on the head when she declared:

“Now let’s fast forward to today. We have a population of children who are extremely poorly nourished. Both bad diet and the practice of vaccination can weaken the immune system. (See Tom Cowan’s book “Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness” for an explanation of how vaccinations depress rather than enhance the immune system.)

And thanks to the practice of vaccination, we are also seeing the emergence of new and more virulent forms of diseases like measles and pertussis. Dr. Cowan and many others are predicting a resurgence of massive epidemics – outbreaks of infectious disease against which modern medicine will be helpless.

Dear parents, please be forewarned and protect your children in advance—feed them nutrient-dense foods, especially foods rich in the fat-soluble activators, and just say no to vaccines.”

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Tracy Beanz & Michelle Edwards

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at