Homeoprophylaxis: A Nontoxic Alternative for Promoting Wellness
TIMC is launching a new program called homeoprophylaxis (HP), a gentle, non-toxic way to help our children stay healthy and less likely to contract infections.
Several studies have demonstrated HP to be as effective as conventional vaccination, but without the toxicity.
Parents Do Have a Vaccine Alternative
Book Review: There Is a Choice: Homeoprophylaxis
Includes NOSODE KITs for ANTHRAX & SMALLPOX & FLU
Several nutritional tips are in this report by Dr. Blaylock http://www.rense.com/general67/vacc.htm
Nutrition and Infection
The Interaction between Nutrition and Infection from Clinical Infectious Diseases – Oxford Journal
Infection and malnutrition have always been intricately linked. Malnutrition is the primary cause of immunodeficiency worldwide, and we are learning more and more about the pathogenesis of this interaction. Five infectious diseases account for more than one-half of all deaths in children aged <5 years, most of whom are undernourished. Micronutrient deficiencies have effects such as poor growth, impaired intellect, and increased mortality and susceptibility to infection. …
Nutrition and Newly Emerging Viral Diseases: An Overview – The Journal of Nutrition
Infectious diseases are on the increase worldwide. When discussing interactions of nutrition and infection, nutritionists have traditionally considered only the effects of diet on the host. Recent data, however, indicate that, at least for an RNA virus, host nutriture can influence the genetic make-up of the pathogen and thereby alter its virulence. …
Nutrients and their role in host resistance to infection – Journal of Leukocyte Biology
Almost all nutrients in the diet play a crucial role in maintaining an “optimal” immune response, such that deficient and excessive intakes can have negative consequences on immune status and susceptibility to a variety of pathogens. Iron and vitamin A deficiencies and protein-energy malnutrition are highly prevalent worldwide and are important to the public health in terms of immunocompetence. There are also nutrients (i.e., glutamine, arginine, fatty acids, vitamin E) that provide additional benefits to immunocompromised persons or patients who suffer from various i nfections. The remarkable advances in immunology of recent decades have provided insights into the mechanisms responsible for the effects of various nutrients in the diet on specific functions in immune cells. …
Nutrition, immunity and infection: From basic knowledge of dietary manipulation of immune responses to practical application of ameliorating suffering and improving survival
The causal relationship between the conjugal pair of famine and pestilence has been known for millennia. It is recognized that malnutrition and infection are the two major obstacles for health, development, and survival worldwide, and poverty and ignorance are the most significant contributing factors (1, 2). Epidemiological observations have confirmed that infection and malnutrition aggravate each other. … [includes mice challenge data]
The History of Nutrition: Malnutrition, Infection and Immunity
The relationship between nutritional status and the immune system has been a topic of study for much of the 20th century. Dramatic increases in our understanding of the organization of the immune system and the factors that regulate immune function have demonstrated a remarkable and close concordance between host nutritional status and immunity.
Selenium Deficiency and Viral Infection – The Journal of Nutrition
The discovery that the juvenile cardiomyopathy known as Keshan disease likely has a dual etiology that involves both a nutritional deficiency of the essential trace mineral selenium (Se) as well as an infection with an enterovirus provided the impetus for additional studies of relationships between nutrition and viral infection. …
Human Breast Milk May Block HIV, Mouse Study Finds
THURSDAY, June 14 (HealthDay News) — Human breast milk seems to kill HIV and block its oral (through the mouth) transmission, according to a new study conducted in mice. …