Persistent in Health
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Persistent About Health

Our health is a gift from God. He has given us an immune system to fight disease. Sometimes we need medical support and treatment. But I am wary of pills, medications and vaccines to treat everything.

As a nurse I have observed a movement to develop protocols that are one size fits all. During the pandemic the protocol was mandated vaccines. For hospital care, remdesivir and ventilators. The recommendation and successful use of vitamin D3, vitamin C, ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine was blocked. When our local physician refused to provide a prescription for ivermectin we were persistent and were able to get it via telemedicine. With the use of supplements and ivermectin we had a mild case of covid.

The pharmaceutical industry has developed a huge number of vaccines, assuming that our immune system is totally inadequate. There is no liability for the vaccines if they cause side effects. The vaccines don’t need marketing because pediatricians give every vaccine that the CDC adds to the childhood schedule. I may have had four or five vaccines as a child. Now the current schedule recommends 72 vaccines by age 18. A number of the vaccines contain aluminum as an adjuvant.

It is said that aluminum is in food, therefore it is safe to put in a vaccine. But is it safe? The following chart is from Physicians for Informed Consent.

The Informed Consent Action Network has looked into the safety of aluminum in vaccines. Have any studies been done? Sadly, no.

It is my prayer that parents will carefully consider the individual needs of their child and the risk/benefit ratio of the vaccine. I am thankful that the religious exemption for childhood vaccines has been reinstated in Mississippi.

I had my own experience of awakening to the side effects to a childhood vaccine. Looking back on the health of my children, I believe that the MMR vaccine had a negative effect on my twins’ health.

The medical profession is not always right. We need wisdom, and we need to persist in asking questions. Sometimes the proposed treatment is not right.

I listened to a young woman, Luka, talk about her experience of feeling anxious, confused and depressed. At age 16 she had a double mastectomy and then went on testosterone injections. She has reclaimed her life has a woman but suffers from side effects of the treatment.

A father, who has done research on the medical treatments for a transgender person, stated that the medical industry gains a million dollars over the life of that person for the treatments and medications.

As parents and grandparents we need to persistently pray for the young people growing up in the current confusing culture.

Linking with: Five Minute Friday writing community, Inspire Me Monday

Carol is a follower of Jesus and a wife, mom & grandma. She worked for many years as a childbirth nurse and prenatal educator. She recently retired from clinical work. She has written articles for nursing journals and devotionals. Her novel, Aliisa's Letter, was published in 2010 and she is currently working on another project.

10 Comments on “Persistent About Health

  1. Kids are now the battlefield,
    and activism laboratory;
    if their folks refuse to yield,
    their behaviour’s termed as damnatory,
    unaffirming of the rights
    of their children to decide
    their embrace of sex-change body-blights,
    but hidden here’s demonic pride
    in pulling kids from family
    (“They belong to ALL of us!”),
    that with evil banality
    throws heritage beneath the bus
    to make of this a brave new place
    in which perversion is called grace.

  2. WOW! What a shocking blog! I had no idea. I take a lot of medicines and a lot of vitamins for preventive to cancer which I have had twice, stage 3/4 kidney disease, incontinance, bipolar depression, anxiety, insomnia, osteoporosis…. I cannot imagine giving up my medicines although you are talking more about vaccines than medications… still it really makes me stop and think that both are overly used by doctors today….

    Terri #9 FMF

    1. As much as we are able to support our health with good nutrition, exercise and adequate sleep, it is to our benefit. I believe it also helps to be with a community of faith as we seek wisdom. We can pray about our health care choices.

  3. Thank you for sharing Carol. It’s so infuriating that quacks pretending to be real doctors are out there experimenting on precious children. These children who will grow up and will never be biological mothers or fathers because they’ve been cut up and drugged up. Makes me cry!
    I’m FMF #14

  4. I hear you, I have had to be persistent about asking questions about my health and getting to the root of the issues. Persistent in not taking the first recommendation as it may not be best for my health, rather than having to persevere with asking questions and researching what is really going on. Encouraging to see your perseverance.

  5. This was informative and I completely agree with you that we must be persistent and proactive in deciding which health interventions are necessary, beneficial, and consistent with our beliefs. It’s tragic what is now labeled as “standard” care, especially for children who cannot speak for themselves. Visiting today from FMF#12

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