Woodford Files: On Vaccines & Cancer; Ivermectin & Artemisia; Anti-inflammatory foods & Nutraceuticals

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In this issue of Vitality, we continue to offer alternative perspectives and natural solutions for some of the most pressing health issues of our time.

Of course, Covid-19 remains top of mind for many people, especially those who’ve experienced vaccine injuries or long-haul symptoms. Among the vaccine side effects now being recorded by government and military databases around the world [1][2][3] we find that the rate of cancer in vaccinated persons has increased significantly. It’s not that the shot is causing cancer, but rather the inflammatory MRNA nanoparticles in the shot could be triggering latent diseases and/or increasing cancer risk by blocking tumour repair genes, according to Dr. Richard Urso and Dr. Ryan Cole.

To help people deal with increased cancer risks, this month we bring you an updated feature by Dr. Zoltan Rona on “Alternative Medicine for Cancer”. Here we learn about  removing inflammatory triggers from the diet that are linked to cancer, while at the same time increasing consumption of nutritional medicines and therapeutic enzymes.

His article also contains an interesting note on Ivermectin, a drug used successfully in various countries to prevent or treat Covid. While it is not legal for use here in Canada, there is an herbal equivalent called Artemisia Annua (Wormwood) which is widely available in health food stores. To learn more about the use of Ivermectin and A. Annua for both cancer and Covid, see the many studies posted online.[4]

Those interested to know more about inflammation and how to reduce it will enjoy the feature this month by Nutritionist Julie Daniluk. Here she explains how to boost your metabolism and lose weight with anti-inflammatory foods. High on the preferred list are asparagus and avocado for their antioxidant properties, while apples and pomegranates get star treatment for detoxing the liver and cleansing the blood. And her recipes are terrific. So not only do anti-inflammatory foods help to prevent disease, they can work to rev up your engine and burn off the pounds.

Also noteworthy is a report by Dr. Fred Hui on alternative medicine for autoimmune diseases (page 4). In it he describes how ozone therapy, chelation therapy, and food allergy elimination can aid recovery from rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, colitis, and more. This is exciting news because the prednisone and NSAIDs typically used by Western medicine can have very serious side effects.

So, enjoy the magazine! We’ll be back next month with our October newsletter. Meantime, follow us on Twitter @VitalityOnline

Julia Woodford, Editor, Vitality Magazine

(WARNING: This column is not meant to replace the advice of your doctor. When making healthcare decisions be sure to consult with your healthcare provider.)


• Ivermectin Vindicated: Now Listed as an Antiviral COVID Treatment on NIH website: https://thevigilantfox.substack.com/p/ivermectin-vindicated-two-years-too?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email#play

• Some doctors develop aggressive cancers soon after injection:  https://librti.com/view-video/interview-dr-makis-reveals-32-young-dead

*Famous Pro-Vaccine Doctor Suspects Pfizer Booster Shot Sent His Cancer Into Overdrive: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/doctor-michael-goldman-pfizer-covid-booster-shot-cancer/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=ae61775e-a2e6-437e-ba52-910396e9d6e9

Julia Woodford founded Vitality Magazine in 1989, and has been its Editor-in-Chief for the past 35 years. Prior to a career in publishing, her studies included Political Economics at York University, Journalism at Ryerson, and Psychology, PhysEd, and Anthropology at University of Toronto. She remains a lifelong student of herbalism, nutritional medicine, and the healing arts to this day. You can read her columns on the Vitality website. She is also the former Show Manager for Whole Life Expo, Canada’s largest showcase of natural health and green living. In 2018 she received a “Hall of Fame” award from National Nutrition. In 2019, she was nominated for a “Person of the Year” award by National Nutrition.

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