Don't forget to take Sauerkraut for COVID-19 ?

by was a new boy 28 Replies latest watchtower medical

  • was a new boy
    was a new boy

    Fermented Foods May Lower Your Risk of COVID-19 Death

    Countries that consume higher amounts of traditionally fermented foods have lower COVID-19 mortality rates. According to German researchers, significant changes in the microbiome caused by modern life and low fermented food consumption may have increased the spread or severity of the disease

    For each gram-per-day increase in the average national consumption of fermented vegetables, the mortality risk for COVID-19 decreased by 35.4%

  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath

    Does booze count?

  • fulano

    Schnaps bitte.

  • LV101

    was - hahahah - can't wait to read this!

    Poor, third-world countries that take Hydroxychloroquine have the lowest rates of COVID 19 deaths (multi-millions in world have proved the safety and efficacy of life-saving med) unlike US where politics/CDC/FDA - big dollar pharma/political power play = high death rates. The left's agenda and many right loons who haven't/refuse to read evidence including some in US practicing medicine. Loon CNN even dug up one cardiologist to support the heart negatives (all hype) but bozo bubba-Cuomo certainly possessed his script (like Obama while in office) of Chloroquine.

  • LV101

    was -- Thanks for the link/appreciate! Looks very interesting and i like/will finish later AM. Have to prepare the cabbage dish yourself - not so good preparing 'fermented' foods. Good info and I've read info by Mercola previously.

  • BelisemDeBelimakom

    Other things to mention are:

    - Tonic water (for its quinine ingredient)

    - Zinc

    - lots of vitamin C.

    Bonus: In case of lack of sunlight, add Vitamin D

  • MeanMrMustard

    Should have known. Sauerkraut. Of course.

  • TD

    If fermented food is all it takes, then why not beer?

  • MeanMrMustard


    Could just be a nifty case of correlation. It could quite possibly be that the countries that tend to eat a larger portion of fermented foods, on average, could also be the countries that haven’t banned hydroxychloroquine.

    But I could definitely get behind a pandemic panic if the appropriate response was constant beer drinking. Could really bring the country together.

  • smiddy3

    Do Dim Sims / Spring Rolls count ? with beer ? plus dry white wine to flush it all down ?

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