This is an analysis based on current knowledge, not from any published study (yet), but based on everything we know so far, we believe the vast majority of people dying from the coronavirus have one or more of the following things in common:
#1) Chronic zinc deficiency, often stemming from over-consumption of processed foods that lack minerals
#2) Hypertension (high blood pressure)
3) Taking prescription medications (specifically, high blood pressure meds)
We believe these things based on rational observations of who is currently being hit the hardest by the coronavirus. The hypertension link to coronavirus fatalities has been widely reported. Even weeks ago, Bloomberg.news ran a story entitled, “Top Coronavirus Doctor in Wuhan Says High Blood Pressure Is Major Death Risk.” That story reports:
Patients with hypertension appear to be at a higher risk of dying from the coronavirus, said a top Chinese intensive care doctor who’s been treating critically ill patients since mid-January.
Of a group of 170 patients who died in January in Wuhan — the first wave of casualties caused by a pathogen that’s now raced around the world — nearly half had hypertension.
In the United States, according to the American Heart Association, around 100 million Americans have high blood pressure. The vast majority of those people are “treating” their symptoms with blood pressure medication. (It’s all a medical fraud, of course, since medication doesn’t really “treat” high blood pressure. Rather, it masks the symptoms to create the illusion of improved health.)
Americans take more medications than any other country in the world, and that’s one reason why we believe the case fatality rate in the USA may end up being significantly higher than the world average. …