Originally Posted by pinballdoctor
Most people who invest in colloidal silver and a nebulizer will survive.
I agree that the factors driving obesity also seriously affect the innate and adaptive immune systems.
I also think reliance on continually developing ever more antibiotics and vaccines is short sighted.
We should be actively restoring NATURAL immune status by correcting common vitamin mineral deficiency states.
Regarding Colloidal Silver.
Pubmed search Argyria Colloidal Silver
Just don't take too much too regularly or you'll end up grey.
Silver in health care: antimicrobial effects and safety in use.
I'll be putting my trust in
Maintaining adequate vitamin D status to ensure a reserve of stored D3 in cells I aim for 60ng/ml 150nmol/l but over 50ng/ml 125nmol//l sees reserves building
Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Supplementation is protective against all forms of diabetes.
Vitamin D affects pancreatic β cell function (insulin synthesis and secretion) and immune response.
Low concentrations of vitamin D are found when people have insulin resistance and glucose intolerance.
When people have chronic health conditions, vitamin D is used up by the body while restoring health to organ systems, therefore the risk of greater vitamin D deficiency is increased.
Diabetes therefore increases the risk of tuberculosis.
if you want to understand a bit more about the mechanism of Vitamin D and autoimmunity A ChIP-seq defined genome-wide map of vitamin D receptor binding: Associations with disease and evolution
Here is a free full text paper.