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Once you understand the MRSA problem you will gain an invaluable insight into "Vaccination" IMO

 

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"According to the researchers, an estimated 2.7 million Americans, or just over one percent of the population, carry the MRSA virus in their nasal passages. In addition, about 30 percent of people carry MRSA on their skin without any noticeable side effects, and outbreaks have occurred that stemmed from places like schools and public gyms. Your house and even your pets are also places that can harbor and spread this dangerous bacteria. Vitamin D tackles one of the most prolific and dreaded antibiotic-resistant bugs out there – methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, also known as MRSA."   The Evidence for Vitamin D as a Primary Defense Against Infectious Disease

 

"New research now shows that low serum vitamin D levels increase the risk of nasal carriage of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). An estimated 2.7 million people in the U.S. are MRSA nasal carriers."   Doctor Joseph Mercola MD

 

"The Lethal combination of insufficient vitamin D (due to lack of sunshine and no supplements) lack of sleep (due to chronic hospital staff disturbance) and nutritional deficit (due to micronutrient depleted hospital "food" and stress inducing commotion) conspires to rob hospitalized patients of immune function required to suppress bacteria carried in their own bodies."   Life Extension, WOW here IMO is the SOLUTION to the MRSA problem.

 

"Garlic is also a triple threat against infections due to its antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. It is effective at killing antibiotic-resistant bacteria, including MRSA, as well as fighting yeast infections, viruses and parasites."   Doctor Joseph Mercola MD

    

As we have seen with so many "health problems" MRSA appears to be a man made or perhaps better said an HHS made, problem. Please read the above quotes and digest them. Once you understand WHY we have this "MRSA Problem" the MRSA problem goes away if you do a few simple things.

 

  • Vitamin D in sufficient amounts

  • Sunshine

  • Sleep

  • Good Nutrition

  • Garlic

  • Stay out of Hospitals

    

Vitamin D should help solve your MRSA Problems

 

Since MRSA is serious, you IMO need to get serious about learning about vitamin D. Spend the few hours to convince  yourself of the NEED to have the full power of vitamin D on your side. We have been propagandized to avoid vitamin D for good reason. By maintaining a vitamin D level close to nonexistent we increase the odds of our helping to depopulate this Rothschild/Rockefeller planet.

 

IMO shoot for and achieve a vitamin D level of at least 65 ng/ml. This will require HOURS of noontime sunlight or vitamin D3 supplements in the neighborhood of 10,000 IU of vitamin D3/day for a 200 pound male adult. Please learn how to safely do this and DO IT.

 

Natural Antibiotics

 

To be safe add as many Natural Antibiotics as you can to your diet.

    

MRSA is an Important Health Lesson

 

Folks HHS is spending over one TRILLION dollars a year to supposedly help protect our health. How is it possible they have not figured out this simple MRSA "problem".  How is it possible they have watched our countries vitamin D levels fall year after year under their constant propaganda and lies about the sun harming us. How is it possible they have watched their stooges in the "Professional Medical Societies" recommend ridiculously low levels of vitamin D for critically vulnerable populations to include prenatal mothers, fetuses, infants, dark skinned individuals and others.

 

 HHS works for the Rothschild/Rockefeller cartel. They KNOW EXACTLY what they are doing. It is just that simple. Once again it is not the good workers at HHS doing this it is their POLITICAL bosses.

  

Doctor Mercola's Vitamin D Site

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"According to the researchers, an estimated 2.7 million Americans, or just over one percent of the population, carry the MRSA virus in their nasal passages. In addition, about 30 percent of people carry MRSA on their skin without any noticeable side effects, and outbreaks have occurred that stemmed from places like schools and public gyms. Your house and even your pets are also places that can harbor and spread this dangerous bacteria. Vitamin D tackles one of the most prolific and dreaded antibiotic-resistant bugs out there – methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, also known as MRSA."   The Evidence for Vitamin D as a Primary Defense Against Infectious Disease

MRSA virus? Virus? Virus?

And we should believe your "research" why?
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MRSA virus? Virus? Virus?

 

Agreed.  Microbiology 101 taught me that Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterial species.  Bacteria vs. virus is an incredibly important distinction to be aware of.

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A few more links on Vit.D and MSRA's:

 

http://www.staph-infection-resources.com/staph-mrsa-treatment/vitamin-d-deficiency/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20210515

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/03/mrsa-research-round-up-hospitals-vitamins-pets/

 

A quote from the last link:

 

"What else could reduce the rate of MRSA infections? How about Vitamin D? South Carolina scientists analyze data from the NHANES  a massive database overseen by the CDC, and find an association between low blood levels of Vit. D and the likelihood of MRSA colonization….."


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Kathy- all three of your links reference the same article. Not exactly overwhelming evidence. More research definitely needed.
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and another….

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3427196/

 

and another (more on respiratory infections)

http://www.vitamindwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page_id=1811

 

Wildkingdom…do you think vit. d has a role to play in reducing illness?  


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MRSA virus? Virus? Virus?

And we should believe your "research" why?

The Mercola link quite clearly states MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a bacteria.

 

 

 


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Louis, what or whom are you quoting in the first paragraph in your post?

I went to the link at the end of your quote, and the quote did not appear there.

 

If those are your own words, they don't need to be in quotes, and I suggest you fix the glaring error of calling MRSA a virus.

 

If those are not your own words, you need to properly cite a source.  And I'm sure many of us are very interested to see what kind of source calls MRSA a virus...

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It's in the Mercola link directly following the quote:  in the article, it's under the red heading "Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antibiotic".


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It's in the Mercola link directly following the quote:  in the article, it's under the red heading "Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antibiotic".

Yep, typo. The rest of the article correctly calls MRSA a bacteria. Dr Mercola needs to proof read his work!

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Virus? that is funny. Yes, Mercola is great ...not

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Yes of course MRSA is a bacteria. I tend to treat bacteria exactly as viruses in terms of prevention and thus often confuse them; perhaps you should look into it.

 

BOTH bacteria AND vruses as well as fungi and most other microorganisms are defeated almost immediately by Vitamin D; that is if you have vitamin D in sufficient .amounts.
 

"Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antibiotic".

 

"Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antiviral"

 

"Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antifungal"

 

"Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antimicrobial"

 

"Vitamin D Acts As A Natural Antiprotozoal"

 

In fact Vitamin D will destroy all these bad guys almost immediately. Is it any wonder CDC et al does so much to keep us out of the sun?

 

http://www.medicalairsolutions.com/techref/pathogen_list.htm

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Is it any wonder CDC et al does so much to keep us out of the sun?

 

IMO if we were ALL repleted to about 60 ng/ml of vitamin D, the CDC and their buddies at Industrial Medicine Inc. would lose CONSIDERABLE business, ALL of their deadly "vaccination" business.

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I'm sure the nationally-accepted medical guidelines regarding sun exposure are entirely due to the government trying to keep us sick, and have nothing to do with skin cancer.  Yep.  Sounds right.  headscratch.gif

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This is all ridiculous. By your logic people in Africa and India would be the healthiest alive since they have plenty of sun exposure and high levels of Vitamin D.

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This is all ridiculous. By your logic people in Africa and India would be the healthiest alive since they have plenty of sun exposure and high levels of Vitamin D.

 

Trouble is those pesky little things like poverty, malnutrition, wars, over crowded living conditions, unclean water and poor sanitation, tend to get in the way of robust health, sunshine or not.

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This is all ridiculous. By your logic people in Africa and India would be the healthiest alive since they have plenty of sun exposure and high levels of Vitamin D.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/aug/09/breast-cancer-variation

 

British breast cancer rates 'four times higher than eastern Africa', says report

 

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1301445/Western-lifestyle-blame-soaring-breast-cancer-rates.html

Western lifestyle 'to blame for soaring breast cancer rates'

http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2012/pdfs/pr210_E.pdf

Indian Cancer Statistics

In this study, tobacco-related cancers represented around 42% of male and 18% of female cancer deaths. In men, two of the most common fatal cancers were oral (including lip and pharynx) and lung. “A priority for cancer prevention is tobacco control, particularly through higher taxation of tobacco products to increase

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I'm sure the nationally-accepted medical guidelines regarding sun exposure are entirely due to the government trying to keep us sick, and have nothing to do with skin cancer.  Yep.  Sounds right.  headscratch.gif

 

Is it just possible we have been played for suckers most of our lives?

 

Does the sun cause the serious skin cancer, Melanoma?

 

Vitamin D Expert Doctor Robert Heaney on Melanoma

 

The Truth about Sunlight, Cancer and Vitamin D - Part 1/3

 

”An inability to tan is the number one risk factor for melanoma. Those who tan easily or who have darker skin are far less likely to develop the disease. A new theory is that melanoma is actually caused by sunlight (vitamin D) deficiency and that safe sun exposure actually helps prevent the deadly disease.” Doctor John Cannell Vitamin D Expert

Lifetime sun exposure has been shown to lower your risk of getting melanoma.” Journal of Investigative Dermatology

“New research shows that to get an optimal vitamin D supplement from the sun at a minimal risk of getting cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM), the best time of sun exposure is noon. That means that common health recommendations given by authorities in many countries -- that sun exposure should be avoided for three to five hours around noon and postponed to the afternoon -- could be wrong and may even promote CMM. This is in part because the action spectrum for CMM is likely to be centered at longer wavelengths than that of vitamin D generation.” Advanced Experiments in Medical Biology 2008; 624: 86-88

 

"The sun does increase genetic damage in your skin and can cause skin cancer, but nature has designed a clever system to obviate this risk. And by staying out of the sun entirely, you avoid the system nature created to help prevent skin cancer. As you probably know by now, vitamin D is formed in your skin from exposure to sunlight. The vitamin D then goes directly to the genes in your skin where it helps prevent the types of abnormalities that ultraviolet light causes. Hence, when you avoid the sun entirely, or slather on sun block whenever you go out, your skin is not making any vitamin D, and you’re left without this built-in cancer protection." Doctor Mercola commenting on Doctor Cannell' s presentation on skin cancer

 

"The incidence of skin cancer in tropical countries is extremely low. Sunshine is not bad, we really need it. Besides being our main source of vitamin D sunshine causes your body to produce melanin your natural protector against skin cancer. Sunscreen itself may even cause cancer. Five chemicals commonly used in sunscreens have found to behave like estrogen and stimulate tumor growth and spread of cancer cells."   Doctor David Williams MD

 

"Paradoxically, outdoor workers have a decreased risk of melanoma compared with indoor workers, suggesting that chronic sunlight exposure can have a protective effect."   The Lancet

 

The evidence clearly demonstrates that sunshine is PROTECTIVE against melanoma. Why the big lie from the Medical Industry that sunshine  causes melanoma?

 

Why do They want to Keep US out of Mother Sun?

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I guess because of my work and seeing people die from Melanoma I am not thoring away my sunscreen any time soon. Tanned happy people who sunbathed their entire life and did not ahve low Vit D levels.

 

What does breast cancer in Africa has to do with anything?  Many people in Africa die long before they get to develop any cancers.

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This is all ridiculous. By your logic people in Africa and India would be the healthiest alive since they have plenty of sun exposure and high levels of Vitamin D.

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I guess because of my work and seeing people die from Melanoma I am not thoring away my sunscreen any time soon.

 

So even if your precious "sun screen" helps give you melanoma you will keep slathering it on.

 

Well I guess it is the American way.

 

LOL!

 

On the serious side you really need to RESEARCH "sun screens".

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So even if your precious "sun screen" helps give you melanoma you will keep slathering it on.

Well I guess it is the American way.

LOL!

On the serious side you really need to RESEARCH "sun screens".

Research. You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
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On the serious side you really need to RESEARCH "sun screens".

 

 Sun Screen Mess: AVOID them as if Your Life Depended on it

 

"Sunscreen itself may even cause cancer. Five chemicals commonly used in sunscreens have found to behave like estrogen and stimulate tumor growth and spread of cancer cells."   Doctor David Williams MD

 

Study: Many sunscreens increase skin cancer risk, FDA has known for a decade but done nothing

 

  • Screen out UVB eliminating most vitamin D production

  • Until very recently did NOT screen out UVA permitting deep burning increasing skin cancer and photoageing

  • Use has increased 18 fold since 1972 and incidence of melanoma has tripled Now dear people what does this tell you? The sun has gotten three times stronger and sunscreen is worthless? Or does sunscreen promote melanoma? Doctor Cannell thinks this might be so. So do I.

  • Are toxic and increase your risk of all types of cancer and other deadly diseases

 

“In light of these remarkable findings, shouldn't people seriously reconsider the effectiveness and logic of using "protective" sunscreens? What are they protecting you from, a long and healthy life? “ Doctor William Douglass MD

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I wear my sunscreen proudly all over my body every single day. I cant wait till it gives me cancer. 

 

Skin cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer in our family of hat-wearing, scarf-wearing, year round long sleeve- wearing, redhead family :) Ill take a risk and wear my paraben free sunscreen. 

 

 

Viruses are viruses, bacteria is bacteria. Even if they are treated the same way, any "researcher" would proofread before typing up "information" that they are distributing to the public as fact. 

 

 

Ps. DH works out in the sunshine everyday (with out sunscreen, despite my constant nagging),  takes a vitamin D supplement (calcium + D) and his favorite foods include tuna, sardines, and mushrooms- all rich with vitamin D and he has staph. Just sayin'. 


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  • Use has increased 18 fold since 1972 and incidence of melanoma has tripled Now dear people what does this tell you? The sun has gotten three times stronger and sunscreen is worthless? Or does sunscreen promote melanoma? Doctor Cannell thinks this might be so. So do I.

 

 

I took Statistics 101 during the same semester as Microbiology 101.  Microbiology taught me the difference between bacteria and viruses, but statistics taught me that correlation is not causation.

 

There are many reasons why melanoma could be increasing.  Perhaps it has something to do with people living longer, increased access to screening/diagnosis, or maybe even increased amounts of skin being exposed to the sun (my ancestors worked in the sun all day, but they usually wore hats, long sleeves, and long pants/skirts as opposed to the tank tops and short shorts of today).  I don't know what causes it--and neither do these people until they prove it in a scientific study.

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As a fair skinned person, the last few posts have interested me.

 

I have always thought sunlight has value - mostly for Vit. D and seritonin.

 

None-the-less, I have no desire to burn, as it is painful and burns increase the risk of skin cancer.

 

I usually hide indoor in the midday sun (and go out in the morning and late afternoon - sunscreen free).  If i must go out mid-day, I do wear sunscreen.

 

This mainstream article talks about sunscreens and I thought it was quite interesting.  In addition to avoiding paraben, you might also want to avoid oxybenzone and retinyl palmate.

 

http://expatdoctormom.com/2011/06/dangers-of-sunscreen/


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I took Statistics 101 during the same semester as Microbiology 101. 

 

IMO you do not need statistics or a scientific study to have a VERY GOOD idea that sun screens do not help prevent melanoma.

 

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I usually hide indoor in the midday sun (and go out in the morning and late afternoon - sunscreen free).  If i must go out mid-day, I do wear sunscreen.

 

If the sun casts a shadow longer than you are tall you are not making good vitamin D. Sunscreen will prevent you from making vitamin D.

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IMO you do not need statistics or a scientific study to have a VERY GOOD idea that sun screens do not help prevent melanoma.

http://www.viddler.com/v/6fe3f41a

Damn that science and statistics. It's so frickin' inconvenient when they interfere with pre-conceived notions.
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Damn that science and statistics. It's so frickin' inconvenient when they interfere with pre-conceived notions.

 

OK please show me some of the science showing "sun screens" decrease the incidence of melanoma?

 

Pseudo science will also work.

 

Anything?

 

http://www.aolnews.com/2010/05/24/study-many-sunscreens-may-be-accelerating-cancer/

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