Everything eventually ends up in your gut. Both the disease and the vaccine ends up killing your gut bacteria and therefore your immunity. Your gut bacteria are necessary for your overall health including your brain health.
Dr. Sabine Hazan is a gastroenterologist and CEO of Progenabiome. She is an expert on gut bacteria. When she started studying the microbiomes of COVID-19 patients, she quickly noticed a pattern (see tweets below) the full video (very good) can be found here on Epoch TV.
“The people that had severe COVID lacked a certain bacteria called bifidobacteria,” she says.
In this episode, she breaks down how a healthy gut impacts people’s outcomes from COVID-19, and what steps people can take to improve their gut health and overall immunity.
“We followed them for 90 days…Their bifidobacteria dropped to like zero—from like a million to like zero.”
Are COVID-19 vaccines killing the bifidobacteria in your gut?
Bifidobacteria are key to a healthy microbiome, says @SabinehazanMD @Progenabiome
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— Jan Jekielek (@JanJekielek) March 23, 2023
This tik tok had close to $1 million views last night and over 25k retweets and, in 24 hours, was pulled down @JanJekielek Do we still believe this is about a virus? They who want to control don’t want you to make discoveries. I tried to repost it, and it says “ under review” …… pic.twitter.com/TQpSY2r3O1
— sabine hazan md (@SabinehazanMD) March 26, 2023
I tested it on the microbiome and discovered it increased bifidobacteria. I trust my research. https://t.co/TrccV6soY9
— sabine hazan md (@SabinehazanMD) March 19, 2023
Sweet Wormwood extract- a dropper full in some water, I will take am and pm if feeling flared up in autoimmune/CoV spike symptoms.
I don’t use it daily as it is too strong an antimicrobial for daily gut microbiome health. pic.twitter.com/KmlsR38gCQ
— Jennifer Depew, RD (@deNutrients) March 27, 2023
The mother even passes on gut flora to her baby in breast milk (but also Spike Protein if she is vaccinated).
— Elijah (@CherithElijah) April 1, 2023
Increase your probiotics. Eat fermented food. Make your own Kefir milk and Kombucha. Eat healthy organic food (home grown if possible). If you can’t do this get a poo transplant (lolz).