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ArkLaTex areas seeing 4th surge in COVID-19 cases

We have concerns about the Delta variant.(FEAR!)
I think somebody is lying. I dont see a spike.
This is spread sheet right off Louisiana dept of health website.

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My hospital has about about 4 covid admits, It was 65 during the peak,

Did your hospital do tests in-house to determine if the patients had beer virus or did they rely on the symptoms as described by the CDC?
 

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Did your hospital do tests in-house to determine if the patients had beer virus or did they rely on the symptoms as described by the CDC?
every patient is tested, they have been for many months now
 

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Beyond a PCR test?
 

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Ok, so the vaxxers are getting sick. Is it the vax that is making them sick and are they spreading to non-vaxxed?
I have a son that just started working at hospital in Little Rock. He is being told that all the covid patients are the idiot non-vaxxed people.
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Beyond a PCR test?
PCR test doesn't detect covid. The inventor of the test said as much. Media is telling tall tales....
 

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Highly recommend watching this. The 'vaccine' destroys your immune system. Completely.
 

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PCR test doesn't detect covid. The inventor of the test said as much. Media is telling tall tales....

You and I both know that GH, it's why I asked Avalon if they did any testing beyond using the PCR test.
 

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Yabbut... symptomatic and dogmatic have become inseparable.

Why?

Well, there have been ZERO cases of Flu this year, somehow. It is a shame that the ONLY reason anyone has "symptoms" is always Beer Flu. Never any other kind of cold that gives exactly the same test result.
 

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Ok, so the vaxxers are getting sick. Is it the vax that is making them sick and are they spreading to non-vaxxed?
I have a son that just started working at hospital in Little Rock. He is being told that all the covid patients are the idiot non-vaxxed people.

Time to take a short survey of said patients. Though that's probably frowned upon. 99% likely to be a lie.
 

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Yabbut... symptomatic and dogmatic have become inseparable.

Why?

Well, there have been ZERO cases of Flu this year, somehow. It is a shame that the ONLY reason anyone has "symptoms" is always Beer Flu. Never any other kind of cold that gives exactly the same test result.
Unca Walt, what does your son make of all this?
 

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Three Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C. test positive for coronavirus​

They will be forced to isolate for 10 days​

By Andrew Mark Miller | Fox News


Trending: Justice is Served! Texas Democrat Receives Punishment For Fleeing State To Avoid Voting on Election Integrity Bill
Makes my heart feel good. Maybe this starts their 2 yr countdown to their Dirt Nap ?
 

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Highly recommend watching this. The 'vaccine' destroys your immune system. Completely.

o_O OMG
That is a time bomb. :dynamite:
 

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Vitamin D3 is your friend vs WuFlu, and "Jab Juice". Please have your blood level checked and talk to your medical professional to start a protocol.
Personally, I'm a Type 2 diabetic. My D3 levels have been low since that diagnosis.
I added D3 and Zinc 50mg to my daily vitamin/mineral regiment since March of 2020.
No Jab Juice(s) for me.

 

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Vitamin D3 is your friend vs WuFlu, and "Jab Juice". Please have your blood level checked and talk to your medical professional to start a protocol.
Personally, I'm a Type 2 diabetic. My D3 levels have been low since that diagnosis.
I added D3 and Zinc 50mg to my daily vitamin/mineral regiment since March of 2020.
No Jab Juice(s) for me.

Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D. I have not been but when I buy my next bottle I will. Vitamin K can be a problem for people on blood thinners though.

 

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Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D. I have not been but when I buy my next bottle I will. Vitamin K can be a problem for people on blood thinners though.



20 Foods That Are High in Vitamin K​

Vitamin K is an important nutrient that plays a vital role in blood clotting and bone and heart health.
While vitamin K deficiency is rare, less than optimal intake may impair your health over time. Inadequate intake may cause bleeding, weaken your bones and potentially increase your risk of developing heart disease (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source).
For this reason, you should make sure to get all the vitamin K your body requires. A daily value (DV) of 120 mcg should prevent insufficiency in most people.
This article lists 20 foods that provide high amounts of vitamin K. Additionally, it includes 5 lists of vitamin K sources categorized by food group.

20 Foods High in Vitamin K​


Vitamin K is a group of compounds divided into two groups: vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) and vitamin K2 (menaquinone).
Vitamin K1, the most common form of vitamin K, is mainly found in plant-sourced foods, especially dark, leafy green vegetables. Vitamin K2, on the other hand, is only found in animal-sourced foods and fermented plant foods, such as natto.
The following 20 foods are good sources of vitamin K. For optimal health, include some of them in your daily diet.

1. Kale (cooked) — 443% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 531 mcg (443% DV)
100 grams: 817 mcg (681% DV)

2. Mustard Greens (cooked) — 346% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 415 mcg (346% DV)
100 grams: 593 mcg (494% DV)

3. Swiss Chard (raw) — 332% DV per serving​

1 leaf: 398 mcg (332% DV)
100 grams: 830 mcg (692% DV)

4. Collard Greens (cooked) — 322% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 386 mcg (322% DV)
100 grams: 407 mcg (339% DV)

5. Natto — 261% DV per serving​

1 ounce: 313 mcg (261% DV)
100 grams: 1,103 mcg (920% DV)

6. Spinach (raw) — 121% DV per serving​

1 cup: 145 mcg (121% DV)
100 grams: 483 mcg (402% DV)

7. Broccoli (cooked) — 92% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 110 mcg (92% DV)
100 grams: 141 mcg (118% DV)

8. Brussels Sprouts (cooked) — 91% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 109 mcg (91% DV)
100 grams: 140 mcg (117% DV)

9. Beef Liver — 60% DV per serving​

1 slice: 72 mcg (60% DV)
100 grams: 106 mcg (88% DV)

10. Pork Chops — 49% DV per serving​

3 ounces: 59 mcg (49% DV)
100 grams: 69 mcg (57% DV)

11. Chicken — 43% DV per serving​

3 ounces: 51 mcg (43% DV)
100 grams: 60 mcg (50% DV)

12. Goose Liver Paste — 40% DV per serving​

1 tablespoon: 48 mcg (40% DV)
100 grams: 369 mcg (308% DV)

13. Green Beans (cooked) — 25% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 30 mcg (25% DV)
100 grams: 48 mcg (40% DV)

14. Prunes — 24% DV per serving​

5 pieces: 28 mcg (24% DV)
100 grams: 60 mcg (50% DV)

15. Kiwi — 23% DV per serving​

1 fruit: 28 mcg (23% DV)
100 grams: 40 mcg (34% DV)

16. Soybean Oil — 21% DV per serving​

1 tablespoon: 25 mcg (21% DV)
100 grams: 184 mcg (153% DV)

17. Hard Cheeses — 20% DV per serving​

1 ounce: 25 mcg (20% DV)
100 grams: 87 mcg (72% DV)

18. Avocado — 18% DV per serving​

Half, medium: 21 mcg (18% DV)
100 grams: 21 mcg (18% DV)

19. Green Peas (cooked) — 17% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 21 mcg (17% DV)
100 grams: 26 mcg (22% DV)

20. Soft Cheeses — 14% DV per serving​

1 ounce: 17 mcg (14% DV)
100 grams: 59 mcg (49% DV)

10 Vegetables High in Vitamin K​

The best sources of vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) are dark, leafy green vegetables. In fact, the prefix “phyllo” refers to leaves.

1. Kale (cooked) — 443% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 531 mcg (443% DV)
100 grams: 817 mcg (681% DV)

2. Mustard Greens (cooked) — 346% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 415 mcg (346% DV)
100 grams: 593 mcg (494% DV)

3. Swiss Chard (raw) — 332% DV per serving​

1 leaf: 398 mcg (332% DV)
100 grams: 830 mcg (692% DV)

4. Collard Greens (cooked) — 322% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 386 mcg (322% DV)
100 grams: 407 mcg (339% DV)

5. Beet Greens (cooked) — 290% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 349 mcg (290% DV)
100 grams: 484 mcg (403% DV)

6. Parsley (fresh) — 137% DV per serving​

1 sprig: 164 mcg (137% DV)
100 grams: 1,640 mcg (1,367% DV)

7. Spinach (raw) — 121% DV per serving​

1 cup: 145 mcg (121% DV)
100 grams: 483 mcg (402% DV)

8. Broccoli (cooked) — 92% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 110 mcg (92% DV)
100 grams: 141 mcg (118% DV)

9. Brussels Sprouts (cooked) — 91% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 109 mcg (91% DV)
100 grams: 140 mcg (117% DV)

10. Cabbage (cooked) — 68% DV per serving​

Half a cup: 82 mcg (68% DV)
100 grams: 109 mcg (91% DV)
 

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Vitamin D3 is your friend vs WuFlu, and "Jab Juice". Please have your blood level checked and talk to your medical professional to start a protocol.
Personally, I'm a Type 2 diabetic. My D3 levels have been low since that diagnosis.
I added D3 and Zinc 50mg to my daily vitamin/mineral regiment since March of 2020.
No Jab Juice(s) for me.

What’s your D3 dosage? I’ve never been tested for my level but I take 10k daily unless I expect to get good sun exposure for at least 30 mins.
 

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Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D. I have not been but when I buy my next bottle I will. Vitamin K can be a problem for people on blood thinners though.

The brand I'm using ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00T8NROWM?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2_dt_b_product_details ) of K2. I'm on TRT and full bloodwork every 6mon and surprised when latest test came back low on D3 despite supplementing 4000iu with drops. I've added a 5000iu pill. May have been just due to coming out of winter here in WA so get a blood test!!! Neighbor who's Portland fireman told me all of them have been doing 10000iu for the last year. Sadly they were all finally forced to take the jab, they weren't happy. Also other neighbor is ex-Iraq Marine vet and caught beer flu early last year, his vitD is crashed probably due to various vax's.
 

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The brand I'm using ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00T8NROWM?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2_dt_b_product_details ) of K2. I'm on TRT and full bloodwork every 6mon and surprised when latest test came back low on D3 despite supplementing 4000iu with drops. I've added a 5000iu pill. May have been just due to coming out of winter here in WA so get a blood test!!! Neighbor who's Portland fireman told me all of them have been doing 10000iu for the last year. Sadly they were all finally forced to take the jab, they weren't happy. Also other neighbor is ex-Iraq Marine vet and caught beer flu early last year, his vitD is crashed probably due to various vax's.
one GIM members told me his sister could not get her vitamin D optimal until she started going in the sun daily in addition to supplements. I know in some of the covid videos the Drs are saying 10,000 a day for some people. Since you get regular labs it wouldn't hurt. You would know if you were high by next set of labs
 

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Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D. I have not been but when I buy my next bottle I will. Vitamin K can be a problem for people on blood thinners though.

Potassium. It is in my multi-vitamin/mineral tablet. Eat bananas, drink Coca-Cola both contain potassium.
If you get you D3 blood levels checked might as well check Vit. K levels too.
 

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Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D. I have not been but when I buy my next bottle I will. Vitamin K can be a problem for people on blood thinners though.

Potassium. It is in my multi-vitamin/mineral tablet. Eat bananas, drink Coca-Cola both contain potassium.
If you get you D3 blood levels checked might as well check Vit. K levels too.
 

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one GIM members told me his sister could not get her vitamin D optimal until she started going in the sun daily in addition to supplements. I know in some of the covid videos the Drs are saying 10,000 a day for some people. Since you get regular labs it wouldn't hurt. You would know if you were high by next set of labs
Sun Tanning is your friend.
 

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Potassium. It is in my multi-vitamin/mineral tablet. Eat bananas, drink Coca-Cola both contain potassium.
If you get you D3 blood levels checked might as well check Vit. K levels too.
never had my D checked but I supplement anyway. They did check my magnesium and potassium. I have to take a lot of magnesium supplementation or I get irregular heart rhythms and cramps. Potassium is a rough supplement. My patients complain about it a lot. I have taken it and its like battery acid going through a woman bladder.. Ill stick to bananas.
 

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Time to take a short survey of said patients. Though that's probably frowned upon. 99% likely to be a lie.
HIPPA laws. In the US you can't ask medical information w/o consent.
 

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Sun Tanning is your friend.
My daughters used to act like vampires. They bought into the hype that if one drop of sun touched their skin they would burn and turn into a old crones over night. They both of course had low vitamin D levels. They have eased up on living in the dark now.. lol
 

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Early Morning Tanning and late evening tanning is best. Misses more of the ultra-violet rays that cause damage.
I knew a Sun worshiper. She was done by 9:30 in the morning, and started about 8pm evenings. No more than an hour and rotating like a rotisserie chicken.
 

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Evidently we are suppose to be taking vitamin K with the D.
Thought it was zink that made the D work or is that the ivermectin?
 

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Early Morning Tanning and late evening tanning is best. Misses more of the ultra-violet rays that cause damage.
I knew a Sun worshiper. She was done by 9:30 in the morning, and started about 8pm evenings. No more than an hour and rotating like a rotisserie chicken.
It is my understanding that you get very little if any D3 that way for the same reason you’d get very little in the winter even if your skin was exposed.
You need the sun high in the sky for direct exposure in order to synthesize vitamin D from the UVB rays.
 

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Another benefit of sun exposure is nitric oxide production (we also produce it when we breathe through our noses, but very little to none when mouth breathing). Nitric oxide is anti-inflammatory and pro immune system.
 

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zinc too but need to read up on dosages
A moonlighting Air Force Doc. told me back in the late 70s. The average OTC Medicine and Vitamin Tablets dosage is determined as one pill/tablet is designed for the size of an average 145 lbs female.
Whether that has changed or not IDK, but I have discussed this with my current Docs. None seem to disagree with what I was told way back when.
DYODD
 

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never had my D checked but I supplement anyway. They did check my magnesium and potassium. I have to take a lot of magnesium supplementation or I get irregular heart rhythms and cramps. Potassium is a rough supplement. My patients complain about it a lot. I have taken it and its like battery acid going through a woman bladder.. Ill stick to bananas.
I have read that D could benefit from magnesium supplement, that taking D is no guarantee if your magnesium is low.
Bought some D and Magnesium but haven't taken the magnesium yet.
Not sure about magnesium carbonate vs magnesium oxide and dosages. Too much can be bad.
I mean, I eat alot of avocados, spinach, broccoli, eggs, so I'm not sure about supplements.
 

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To change subject, after working all day on a wonderful Monday, I think the cat is almost out of the bag.
People are catching on to folks dying (took me 4 tries to spell dyeing right) from covid. I have heard more reports of sickness in the last week that people I knew with covid in the last year. The vaxxers are getting sick, sick, sick.
 

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Over 40% of Americans are magnesium deficient. A combination of magnesium oxide, citrate, and aspartate is what I take for immediate and longer term release. Studies that show D3 supplementation is not effective in raisiing D3 levels do not take magnesium status and deficiency into account. You need both.
 

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Israel ain't happy:


The Israel factor in growing Delta Covid fears​


The big fall in US and European shares and the rush to bonds was caused by a much deeper fear than simply a rise in the infections of the unvaccinated.

It’s possible that the vaccinated may still be vulnerable and this fear drove markets down because such a development has major implications for growth in 2022.

Most of the initial danger reports are coming out of Israel but the call by Pfizer for booster shots seemed to confirm the Israeli trend.

I must confess in my commentaries I had not picked up the significance of the Israeli experience and I am grateful to readers who pointed it out in their comments. The business of commentating on the virus, let alone running nations, carries no certainties and that was part of the market fall.

The previous market assumption was that nations with high vaccination rates would be able to return to a “normal” a set of regulations and enjoy much higher economic activity.

Israel is a small country with high Pfizer vaccination rates and, accordingly, had strong economic expectations. Several months ago Israeli health officials said the vaccine had 99 per cent efficacy in preventing symptoms of Covid-19 and 91.2 per cent effective rate in preventing infection from the Delta variant. These were wonderful figures.

Then earlier this month the Israeli ministry said the vaccine was 64 per cent effective in preventing infection and 93 per cent effective in preventing serious illness. The ministry did not detail its analysis and there was considerable doubt about whether which estimate was correct. Markets looked to a return to the higher figures.

Then on Monday, Australian time, figures presented to the Israeli coronavirus task force indicated that both disappointing numbers were actually too high.

The Gertner Institute at Tel Aviv University, which studies epidemiology and health policy, began analysing the ministry’s data soon after its release. Although the researchers haven’t yet finished their final analysis, they say there is real cause for concern because the figures they are seeing are even lower.

Markets picked up on this preliminary information and trashed the share market, although in late trading there was a recovery. Whether this latest fall is merely a normal correction or something more fundamental will partly depend on the details of the Israeli research and how well it is matched with data from the US and Europe.

The bond market is not waiting around for the results and was particularly concerned at the call by Pfizer for booster shots, perhaps indicating their research was matching the Israelis.

The 10-year US bond yield hovered near 1.3 per cent on Friday—still well below the “benchmark” yield of 1.5 per cent

On Monday, buying gathered momentum with the 10-year benchmark yield falling to its lowest level in five months closing below 1.2 per cent. Bondholders were jubilant as their stock rose in value but bond rates at that level indicate a clear fear of a significant US economic slowdown

Accordingly some bond analysts are lowering real GDP estimates again, which is not only driving bond yields lower but hitting economically sensitive stocks led by financials

Covid cases have rebounded in the US this month with the Delta variant spreading among the unvaccinated. The US is averaging nearly 30,000 new cases a day in the last week, up from a seven-day average of around 11,000 cases a day a month go

In Europe the surge in Covid-19 cases continues to weigh on the economies, with several major European countries forced to reimplement social restrictions. Add to that the devastation caused by massive flooding around Germany and Belgium.

As usually always happens in times of fear and uncertainty the so called currency “safe-havens”---- US dollar, yen, and Swiss franc---- rose on as coronavirus variant fears threaten the outlook for a global economic recovery.

The greenback climbed to a more than three-month peak against a basket of major currencies, but came off its highs as the yen and Swiss franc gained with the worsening in risk sentiment. The Australian currency edged lower.

Traditionally these times cause large amounts of money to flow into gold. Although that took place this time around the firming US currency caused the gold price, which is expressed in US dollars, to fall marginally. The looming higher production of oil caused “black gold” to fall and copper was caught up in the changing sentiment.

This journey with the virus has caused many twists in markets and economic outlooks and it would seem that there is a lot more to come if the latest Israeli data turns out to be correct.

There will be increased pressure in Australia to continue isolation, which is bad news for overseas student and tourist levels and international airports like Sydney.

It is fascinating that our big superannuation funds in the middle of this crisis are declaring that our isolation will not be a long term issue and so are bidding for Sydney airport.

If this uncertainty continues to hit markets they have a very good chance of getting it.


There's some outright bullschiff in the articles, especially about the claim that beer virus is spreading in unvaccinated people in the US.