Dr. Suzanne Humphries has given what is the most comprehensive and informative lecture on vitamin C that I have ever heard.

This classic was delivered at The Swedish Society for Orthomolecular Medicine, Stockholm, Sweden 2014.

If everyone knew the information contained in this video, it would eliminate more than 90% of the need for antibiotic drugs, and eliminate the need for vaccines completely.

The pharmaceutical companies would obviously not like that.

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The Exact Time You Should Go to Sleep, according to Science

This study, published in the European Heart Journal – Digital Health, found that your bedtime can play a role in your risk for developing cardiovascular disease. The results of the study indicate that this correlation is more prevalent in women than men. Using data from accelerometers (motion detectors) worn by participants, the researchers found that those who chose to go to bed in the 10 p.m. hour—between 10–10:59 p.m.—had the lowest likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. To come to this conclusion, researchers collected sleep data from the study’s participants over a period of seven days. Then, during an average follow-up period of 5.7 years, researchers noted which participants developed cardiovascular diseases.

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What is the worst time to go to sleep?
One of the most important takeaways of the study? Try not to go to sleep after midnight. “The highest incidence of [cardiovascular disease] was found in participants with [sleep onset times] after midnight, with the incidence of [cardiovascular disease] falling with earlier [sleep onset times], before rising again with [sleep onset times before] 10 p.m.,” the study authors say.

Other research also points to the importance of sleep timing in relation to your heart health. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association earlier this year found that participants who went to bed past 11 p.m. and slept later than 8 a.m. were at a higher risk for congestive heart failure…


Data Scientist: ‘VAERS Is Telling a Very Frightening Story’

On a recent episode of “The Defender” podcast, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. interviewed data scientist and immunology researcher Jessica Rose, Ph.D., about the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and what it tells us about COVID vaccine injuries, especially among children..

“VAERS is telling a very frightening story,” Rose told Kennedy.

VAERS data show 618,548 adverse event reports (as of Oct. 29), but that number doesn’t account for under-reporting, explained Rose. (As of Nov. 19, the latest VAERS data show 664,745 adverse events, excluding foreign reports).

“If you consider the under-reporting factor, which I’ve based on the Pfizer phase 3 clinical data — which is probably questionable data anyway — the under-reporting factor is 31,” she said. So to get an accurate count of adverse events, “you need to multiply the VAERS numbers by at least 31,” Rose explained. “It’s really staggering. We’re in the millions.”

Rose said the VAERS data also show there are “children being inappropriately injected with these products.”

She told Kennedy reports submitted to VAERS show young children receiving COVID vaccines not yet authorized for their age group. As of Oct. 29, 38% of those children who died following the vaccine were under 2 years old.

“So someone has to explain that to me because we are not supposed to be injecting babies,” she said.

Watch to the interview here:

Transparency in all things