Dr. Zelenko’s Newsletter – Flu, Remdesivir, Nutrition

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# I wanted to share with you my concerns about remdesivir, the drug that has gained prominence as the first antiviral drug approved by the FDA as a treatment for COVID-19. The WHO SOLIDARITY trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine (N Engl J Med 2021;384:497), showed no benefit from remdesivir treatment in COVID patients. Now, investigators in Norway report additional outcome and virologic data from an independent add-on study to the SOLIDARITY trial with similar results.   You can go to the NIH’s own data and see similar debates about the use of ivermectin and its efficacy. Yet, remdesivir has been approved for the treatment of COVID, while ivermectin has not. This seems highly irregular. I strongly urge you to learn more about the process under which remdesivir was approved, and to have a very lengthy discussion with your healthcare provider, should they wish for you to use remdesivir.  You can learn more about the unusual circumstances of remdesivir’s approval by clicking this link to an article in the Pulitzer Center-supported Science. 


Nutrition is especially important when you have the flu. Let’s talk about a few of the things you should be consuming. 
100% fruit juice ice pops: Getting enough fluids eases congestion, but avoid ice pops that are basically sugar water. 
Lean protein like turkey: This helps give your body energy to fight illness.
Salad or low-sodium vegetable juice: This is a great way to get antioxidants to boost your immune system.
Meal replacement drinks: Try to choose lactose-free drinks that are low in sugar and have a minimum of 6 g of protein. This is a great option to get the right nutrients and calories if your appetite has not fully returned.  In short, while paying attention to your nutrition is always important, consuming the right foods while you have a flu can help you on the path to a speedy recovery. 

Are You Protecting Yourself and Your Family From the Flu?

There are two key things to consider with the flu.

The first is to fight the germs.
This means: Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover coughs and sneezes. Wash those hands. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated.
The second key step is to take antiviral medication: If you are sick with a flu, antiviral drugs can be used to treat your illness. Antiviral drugs are different from antibiotics. They are prescription medicines (pills, liquids or an inhaled powder) and are not available over-the-counter. Antiviral drugs can make a flu illness milder and shorten the time you are sick. They may also prevent serious complications. Talk to your family doctor to learn if an antiviral medication can help you treat your next flu.

Are You Doing Your Homework to Make the Best Decision?

If taking antivirals sounds familiar, that is because it is a key part of the Zelenko Protocol. In spite of the fact that the National Institutes of Health’s research shows that Dr. Zelenko was right, the tech oligarchs and their friends in the media have censored that information and tried to discredit it. Fight disinformation! Conduct research on your own without corporate fascism hiding the truth from you. Always remember, no one has a monopoly on the truth.


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