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What Dr. Fauci Is Not Telling You

From eNewsletter 4/13/2020

DID YOU KNOW that current director of NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and former director of the Centers Disease Control, Dr. Thomas Frieden, tout the benefits of vitamins to stave off infection?

Former CDC director Thomas Frieden said recently that taking vitamin D, or making sure your vitamin D level is optimal, is crucial during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is the link to the interview.

In this interview with The Washingtonian in 2016, when asked how to avoid getting sick when you're around people all day, Dr. Fauci mentioned four things. One of them was to take 1000 mg. of vitamin C, which he takes himself. Fauci also mentioned taking vitamin D.

Why, in all the press briefings and interviews he has done throughout the coronavirus pandemic, has he not mentioned vitamin C and D? We have no idea, but as the most visible US public health expert, he is doing the public a disservice. 


We hope you had a wonderful holiday.

If we can overlook the invisible foe amongst us for a moment, let's look at the bright side of this unprecedented worldwide lockdown.

Most of you are on a forced sabbatical. If approached with the right mindset, it has allowed you to recognize what's important, reinforce ideals that you already hold dear, and hopefully get some much needed rest.

Humanity, and especially the earth, have been able to take a collective deep breath, literally. Throat-choking air pollution is at all-time lows in some of dirtiest cities in the world.

Socially, humans have shown how adaptable we can be. If we cannot physically be together, we have found myriad ways to stay connected through technology.

One way in which humans are stubbornly non-adaptable is fighting pathogenic organisms, such as viruses. As much as we try, viruses reinvent themselves and mutate to always stay a step ahead. Human genes are painfully slow to change. Thus, the best way we can fight as a collective society against this ever-chang