Woodford Files: On Vitality’s digital magazine; Myocarditis remedies; Foraging for the foods of spring

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Happy spring! Welcome to the first issue of Vitality in its new format as a digital magazine. Now more than ever, it is important to protect the freedom of choice in healthcare that we have been advocating since 1989. To that end, we will continue providing the best information we can find on alternative medicine for preventing and treating chronic and acute illness as well as injuries caused by Western medicine.

Because the incidence of myocarditis (heart inflammation)[1] has increased significantly over the past few years, Dr. Zoltan Rona brings us a feature this month on “Myocarditis: 12 Natural Remedies for Prevention and Treatment.” Here we learn about Chinese Medicine herbs such as astragalus, green tea, and reishi mushrooms for clearing inflammation and tonifying the heart, as well as vitamins D, C, and CoQ10 for nourishing cardiovascular wellness.

Also this month we bring you a feature by Julie Daniluk on “Foraging for the First Foods of Spring.” Local wild plants such as fiddleheads, dandelions, and morel mushrooms can help to clear winter sludge from the body by cleansing the liver and flushing the lymphatic system. Making this spring ritual taste good is never easy because the flavours can be bitter, but I think Julie has done it with her expert recipes.

Further on the subject of our new digital magazine – while we regret no longer being on the street with a print publication, at the same time we have been delighted with the community support coming in. Namely, many businesses have stepped up to share Vitality with their network of subscribers. Amazing! This includes health food stores, retreat centres, and more. So this sharing of the magazine will work to expand our reach way beyond our own subscriber base, which is wonderful.

As well, many of our former print readers are contacting us to order a free subscription to the digital magazine, and sending us their good wishes too. This means a lot to us in these turbulent times. Here are some recent letters we received:

  • • “Before anything else – thank you all! For so many years, I learned so much about alternatives to the usual medical possibilities, so of course I would like to continue reading all your articles. My daughter had a life-threatening illness, is much better now, and I KNOW that many of her attitudes are due to broadening her health education through your beautiful minds demonstrated in your beautiful magazine!!”
    C. Chown, Uxbridge, Ont.
    • “Still sad after learning that my favourite health magazine will no longer be printed… May I ask to add my email to your list of subscribers.” Izabela O.
    • “Hello, We would like to receive the new monthly digital newsletter. We have really enjoyed Vitality. It’s the best magazine of its kind. Please put our $16 towards producing the digital version. We look forward to receiving it.” John S., Fergus, On
    • “So sorry to hear you will not be publishing a physical magazine any longer and I wanted you to know that I will not require a refund of unused subscription. Let it be my contribution towards your continued existence, in whatever form. I find I rely on Vitality for factual information that I am unable to find elsewhere. I shall look forward to continuing to enjoy Vitality and all its offerings.” R. Kantz

Readers: If you wish to share the magazine with your network, email: subscribe@vitalitymagazine.com and request a link to the digital magazine for sharing.

Meantime, we are troubled by the COVID drama playing out on the world stage. The vaccine scandal with its implications for public health and the economy has all the elements of a blockbuster movie: fraud, malfeasance, greed, corruption, and plans for world surveillance. To find out what’s being reported by whistleblowers outside of the mainstream media, search bitchute for news from Dr. Peter McCullough, Naomi Wolfe, Robert Kennedy Jr, Edward Dowd, Dr. Robert Malone.

See you next month with our April newsletter.   Julia Woodford
[1] https://tinyurl.com/sciencedailymyocarditis

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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