The Secret to Boosting Your Immune Health

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Join Linda Rae for an enlightening interview with the renowned Dr Sarah Myhill, as they explore strategies for boosting your immune health. In this exclusive session, Dr Myhill shares her expert insights and practical tips on how to fortify your body’s defenses through natural methods, nutrition, and lifestyle adjustments.

Whether you’re looking to enhance your well-being, prevent illness, or simply learn more about the power of holistic health practices, this interview is a must-watch. Discover the secrets to a stronger, more resilient immune system and take the first step towards a healthier, more vibrant you.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to transform your health with advice from one of the most trusted voices in medicine! We also heard a Better News update from Christof Plothe, DO.

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About Dr Sarah Myhill

  • Dr Sarah Myhill is a renowned British physician with a focus on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and preventive medicine. Graduating from Middlesex Hospital Medical School, University of London, in 1981, Dr Myhill has dedicated her career to understanding and treating chronic fatigue and related disorders, integrating both conventional and alternative approaches to health care.
  • Early in her career, Dr Myhill worked in the National Health Service (NHS), but later established her private practice, emphasizing the importance of diet, nutritional supplements, and lifestyle changes in managing illnesses. She is a vocal advocate for a patient-centered approach to health care, encouraging individuals to take an active role in their treatment and recovery process.
  • Dr Myhill is the author of several books and numerous articles on topics related to chronic fatigue syndrome, mitochondrial dysfunction, and nutritional health. Her book Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis is particularly notable for its comprehensive approach to understanding and managing these conditions.

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Hello and welcome to this episode of Better Way Today. Today is Monday, the 19th of February, 2024. Today we have a very useful show for you. In this exclusive session, Linda Ray and Dr. Sarah Myhill share insights and practical tips into how to fortify your body’s defenses through natural methods, nutrition, and lifestyle adjustments. Dr. Myhill is a renowned British physician with a focus on chronic fatigue syndrome and preventative medicine. She’s also the author of several books and numerous articles on topics related to chronic fatigue syndrome, mitochondrial dysfunction, and nutritional health. But before we get to that, we have some announcements and we have better news with Christophe. So Christophe, over to you. Well, thank you very much, Emma. Hello and welcome to another episode of Better Way News. To choose from the highlights of the last week was really difficult, but one of the topics made it quite easy. Despite all the censorship going on at the moment in the US, in Europe, there has been a censorship law active since last Wednesday here in Europe, and we’ll see what the consequences are for all citizens. in Europe. But it was even topped by a new law in France. Many might have heard of it. Critics call it the new article FISA law, which means that it now will be an offense to request to stop, to refrain from following therapeutic or prophylactic treatment. medical treatment, which is basically not only a one-world medicine regime, but makes it even now a punishable offense to oppose any medical procedure that’s being imposed on the public. And the law can send you up to three years into prison and even get you a fine of 45,000 euros. So we hope that opposition in France will be able to fight this new law as even in other countries like Canada and Australia, similar attempts are being made at the moment. especially in the light, it’s actually explicitly written in this new law, in the light of new epidemics. So we’ll keep you up to date with the topic of censorship around the globe. Many of you might have also witnessed that there were two historical Tucker Carlson interviews, and whatever your opinion was that he went to Russia in order to interview Vladimir Putin, It was the most viewed YouTube and social media clip ever. It was watched by over a billion people within hours. And as we say, no matter what you think, of the occasion, no matter what you think of the content of both of the participants, it got a face to the other side. And we know that in conflicts, it’s always good to depersonalize people and to create fear and to give Vladimir Putin now a face. and actually make him appear on Western TV, which he hasn’t been seen on for quite a while, was a thing that should get us thinking and hopefully increase the dialogue, because we need dialogue with all the conflicts that we have on this planet at the moment. We’re not talking about only Ukraine, but the tensions within Europe and the world. So let’s start a discussion from here, and I hope we’ll see similar interviews soon, and so we can all make up our minds. The second one was a historical interview as well, that was with Tucker Carlson and Dr. Joseph Ladabo. He’s the Florida Surgeon General, And in this remarkable interview, the Surgeon General of Florida talks about the fact that the benefits and risk, especially when it now is known that we have a DNA contamination in the mRNA vaccines that most likely will integrate into our genome, are unacceptable and calls for a halt of these injections. It has huge potential, but unfortunately can’t be seen on Dr. Tucker Carlson’s channel anymore. So if you’re lucky to still have a copy of it somewhere, please take the time to watch it. This is an historical interview, and we hope for some more independent media outlets to get the same coverage than Tucker Carlson is getting at the moment. And coming back to the continuous increase of electromagnetic irradiation around us, there was a paper of Cordes just released last month that proves the harm to humans and the environment. In her study of DNA and development damage from cell towers on the Greek island of Samos, effects on insects, flowers, and vegetables, you can see an intense list of all the observed side effects on all levels. Please take the time to look at this paper, and it clearly shows signs of infertility and sterility to plants, to insects, and a higher increase of mutation and even extinctions, which explains a big level of all the extinction, not only bees, but insects and wildlife in general. And if we continue increasing this background radiation, we’ll have even more loss of biodiversity. So please take off your hats. Don’t put an alumni hat on top of you, but just be in increased awareness that the levels in our background have become and have been for quite a while at absolutely unacceptable heights. So on the same note, there was a release of the Defense Intelligence Agency paper a few weeks ago. it has been on the internet for quite a while, but it has been discussed in EMF groups now all over the world, that in 1976, the biological effects of EMF were known by looking at the data that the former Soviet Union offered to us, because they had been aware of the potential dangers. And they could show in thousands of studies, by the way, this same investigation that was done in the US at that time was done in Germany as well with Professor Hecht. And the conclusion of the government hearing about all the harm to blood, heart, cells, brain, gut, glands, metabolism, and reproduction was confirmed. But as you can see here in yellow, The reason why it wasn’t stopped but was rolled out was that there could be unfavorable effects on industrial output and military functions. So here you go. This is the official statement that we’ve known. And please look at… the safety limits that were used in the experiments. If you look at the dosage, just to give you an impression, they looked at dosages at that time of 515 and 40 microwatts per square meter. But an ordinary student now sitting in a classroom, having a tablet and friend of him or her and being exposed to Wi-Fi has about 200,000 microwatts per square meter. So if you look at the known facts to harm to all these systems on the right side, Be aware that it was done with a fraction of the intensity that’s being used now by a mobile phone or a tablet in front of our children. Some interesting news came out last week. There was a study done with the wolf population in the former Chernobyl disaster area. And for a very, very interesting point of view to be discussed, the wolves there had developed a resilience towards having cancer. So we can see that nature has absolutely amazing ways to adapt to environmental stressors. But whilst this is a sign of hope for all of us that evolution continues and goes on whilst we’re talking here, it also should make us aware that this evolution takes generations to build up. So whatever we’re doing here at the moment, nature will find a way out of all of it, but with the increasing… capacities that we nowadays have of genetically modifying everything, increasing background toxicity and EMF, we’re not looking at a high resilient rate in humans for the upcoming future. And whilst we’re at Science, there was yet another paper calling for a moratorium of an immediate stop of the COVID injections. The lead author, Nathaniel Mead, was accompanied by prestige researchers, Stephanie Seneff, Peter McCullough, and others. And the paper, COVID mRNA Vaccines, Lessons Learned from the Registration Trials and Global Vaccinations Campaigns, talks about the unacceptable high numbers of side effects and question to be raised are now is the vaccine the causal factors for all these excess death and new diseases that are popping up everywhere and Do we know enough about the potential consequences of the DNA contamination? The authors do think we do. And we also have to look at the unintended protein production that we now know is being caused by these injections. So all of them are not only red flags. There are beyond red flags why we should stop these injections. Just a little side note, there have been over 10,000 papers being retracted in the last two to three years in the COVID time. And this one seems to be the next one. Officially, this paper has now been retracted. But please make yourself aware it has gone through peer reviewing. and we hopefully get it back into a journal soon. And talking about some promising and uplifting news, the Children’s Health Defense won an injunction in a landmark censorship ruling, as we talked, at the beginning, censorship is being increased everywhere, but the District Court of the Western District, Louisiana preliminary injunction gained a victory by prohibiting, coercing, or significantly encouraging social media platforms to suppress or censor online content. Thank you very much to our ally Children’s Health Defense for this amazing win, and we hope to see many more soon. And to finish off our little roundup of this week’s Better Way News, just a little inspiration. When something bad happens, you have three choices. You can either let it define you let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you. So please make up your mind. I’ve made up mine. I hope you will in a minute too. So with this in mind, I hand it back over to you, Emma. And yeah, very curious to watch the interview. I can’t hear you, Emma. Hmm. There you go. Oh, okay. Before we get to the interview, I’m just gonna go through our announcements real quick. So let me pull that up onto the screen. There we go. All right. So our Mind Health Committee member, Delinda Reese, will be presenting this Wednesday a free webinar titled Spiritual Direction for Skeptics. Join Delinda and the Mind Health team as we explore disallowed discussions around the language of longing. This free webinar will be an introduction to spiritual direction and a consideration of the ways which language and attitudes can interfere with acknowledging an important dimension of human life. To register, visit slash mindhealth. We will also stream live to the WCH newsroom, Rumble, Facebook, Twitter, and more destinations. And on the following Wednesday, we have yet another live quantum healing session with Jerry Pives. This event takes place on Zoom, and you must register to participate. 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And when you donate, why not add a little note and tell us why you’re donating because we love to know. So thank you for all of your support so far. We are very grateful and very encouraged by it. And I just want to make sure everyone is aware of what is happening this week in the UK. It is the last chance for Julian Assange. Assange, a journalist from Australia, exposed inconvenient truths to the public about the US war machine and more. These truths have threatened the powers that shouldn’t be. And for this, he has been treated like a criminal for years. He’s currently in a high security prison in London where he’s been subject to torture, according to the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture. Assange waits there for the next steps, which could include extradition to the United States. Assange is an Australian citizen, and he faces charges of violating the U.S. Espionage Act and has the potential for a shocking 175-year prison sentence if convicted. Many people, including Assange’s wife, have serious concerns that he will not survive if he is extradited to the U.S. He’s set to appear before two high court judges in London on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in what will likely be his final appeal against extradition. So please follow along as this case has serious implications for the future of journalism. If you’re in or near London, please see the information on this slide to see where you can join in person. And now we’re on to our interview, which I know a lot of you are tuned in just for this. Linda’s conversation with Dr. Sarah Myhill focuses on how to boost your immune system so we can better handle the daily assaults from living in today’s world. Linda specifically wanted to explore Dr. Myhill’s expertise in a way that provides practical, actionable advice for you, our audience, drawing directly from her published work and her clinical experience in the field of integrative medicine. Dr. Myhill is a renowned British physician with a focus on chronic fatigue syndrome and preventative medicine. She’s also the author of several books and numerous articles on topics related to chronic fatigue syndrome, mitochondrial dysfunction, and nutritional health. So without further ado, let’s welcome Linda and Dr. Sarah Myhill to this episode of Better Way Today. Thank you so much for making the time to speak to me today. So today we’d like to explore the important area of boosting our immune health and which approach you follow in achieving this in your patients. So you’ve prepared a few slides for us, which I’ll bring up now. There you go. And I’ll just remove myself and I’ll let you go through the slides and I’ll come back after. Thank you. OK, well, many people, when they come and see me, they want to have that one treatment, that one herb, that one supplement to boost the immune system. But it’s not as simple as that. There’s a delicate balance here and the immune system can be overactive. And we see that with autoimmunity and allergy, where it’s incorrectly programmed and firing off incorrectly. Or it can be underactive because it’s not dealing with infection well. So there’s no one single solution to strengthening the immune system. It’s always going to be a package of treatment. And next slide, please. The point here is that I can’t tell the difference between the immune system in the brain. You know, it’s complicated both. I mean, the brain is probably the single most complex thing, let’s say, in the whole universe. You know, it is quite extraordinary. And just as there’s no one thing we can do to boost the brain or strengthen the brain, it’s exactly the same with the immune system. And they’re similar because they’re responsive to hormones, neurotransmitters, electrical signals, and so on. Both are intelligent and decision-making. Both are enormously demanding of energy and raw materials. So that is always the first thing to boost our brain and boost our immune system is to have good energy delivery mechanisms and the raw materials they need to function. And I think there’s another dimension here, which is that an angry brain makes for an angry immune system. A happy brain makes for a happy immune system and a depressed brain makes for a depressed immune system. And there’s so much literature there. Just the best example of that, for example, is if you have a loving couple living together, if one of them dies, then the risk of death in the one that remains is much higher for the next 12 months. So the point here is there is no one treatment to boost the immune system. It’s always a package of treatment. Next slide, please, Linda. OK, so what does the immune system need in order to fight infection? Because that is the single biggest challenge. I mean, all pathology has an infectious driver. When I was writing my book, The Infection Game, I researched this at some length. And with all with all dementias, with all cancers, with all heart disease and arterial sclerosis, there is often an underlying infection. Now, that’s obviously often driven by sugars and carbohydrates. So that’s another aspect. But life is all about keeping those infections at bay. And I think of this as life is an arms race. You and I are a free lunch for all these microbes which would love to make themselves at home in our extremely comfortable, warm, moist, well-fed bodies. But when they get inside us, of course, they drive pathology. So it’s all about keeping those microbes at bay. And obviously the frontline defenses against infection is good quality skin. good digestive system because this physically keeps these microbes at bay. But if those defenses are broken, then or even when they’re intact in the gut, for example, microbes very easily get into the bloodstream and we need an effective immune system there to protect us from a septicemia infection. And the first most important thing is energy. Without energy, the immune system simply cannot function. Now, at rest, the brain weighs 2% of body weight, but consumes 20% of all energy generated in the body. And when the immune system is active, it is the same. When the immune system is busy fighting infection, it requires vast amounts of energy. not just to fight the infection, but also to run a fever because we know fever kills microbes. So that’s why we feel ill and that’s why we feel fatigued when we have an acute infection. And that’s an important symptom. We have to rest up in order to give the immune system the energy that it needs in order to fight infection. So energy delivery mechanisms are crucial. And then of course, good sleep. And we all know that lack of sleep is a major risk factor for all disease, dementia, cancer, and heart disease. And then of course we need a happy brain. And that is so important. We all need to feel safe. We all need to be within a community that is safe. We all need to have a project so that we’ve got something we’re looking forward to all the time. It might be that holiday. That might be that visit to see our children. It might be writing a book. It might be doing our organic garden or whatever. So without having, and of course, love is so important. So what keeps me sane is my little, puppy dog, my Paterdale, Terry and Nancy. So we all need this for a happy brain and a happy immune system. And then of course, good nutrition is absolutely vital. And our incredible immune systems have allowed us to survive hundreds of thousands of years of disease and danger. And given the raw materials and all else, that will continue to serve us well. So the crucial thing about diet is we need to follow an evolutionary correct diet, which is a paleo ketogenic diet, low in carbohydrates and sugars. Why is that so important? Because sugars and carbohydrates feed all infections. very often diabetes presents with suddenly recurrent skin infections, urinary tract infections, chest infections or whatever. Why? Because those sugars, that high sugar in the blood exudes into our lungs, into our bladders and feeds infection. So that is so important. And then we need some raw materials. The immune system, again, like the brain, is demanding raw materials. And the most important ones are vitamins B, Vitamin C is absolutely vital. People who die from infectious disease all die with scurvy because their vitamin C levels will be undetectable. Vitamin C are the bullets with which the immune system shoots infection. Now, what’s so fascinating about humans and a few other mammals, fruit bats and guinea pigs, is they cannot make their own vitamin C. Dogs, horses, goats, cattle, they can increase their production of vitamin C in response to demand. They can make vitamin C from sugars. It’s a four enzyme step. Humans have lost that ability. And my view is we should all be consuming at least five grams of vitamin c a day that’s 5 000 milligrams the government recommended amount is 30 milligrams which is a tiny dose that might just stop you getting scurvy but it’s certainly not optimal for best immune and biochemical function um and then a few other supplements there which we’ll talk about in a moment uh that’s also important for our health and the health of the immune system is a diverse microbiome We don’t know much about the microbiome and 90 percent of the immune system is gut associated. But what we do know is that the more diverse it is, the healthier you are and have a diverse microbiome. You need to eat a diverse diet. And a rough rule of thumb is we should be aiming to eat at least 30 different foods a week. And that includes spices and herbs that they all count as a different food. And then, of course, free from toxins. We live in a poisoned world. Whether we like it or not, we’re all poisoned. How do I know that? I’ve done tests of toxicity for some decades now, whether that’s fat biopsies or DNA adducts or translocated protein studies or whatever. And I have never seen a normal test. We are all carrying a toxic load. And all these toxins conspire to damage the immune system. So good detoxing is important. Then we have general interventions to reduce the infectious load. Now I could take the healthiest person in the world, and if I gave them a large enough dose of say meningococcus, then they would get meningitis. If I could give them a large enough dose of measles virus, then they would get measles. So it’s all about keeping the total infectious load down. And what achieved this par excellence before anything else came along was a good hygiene. So I think the next slide illustrates that point. Oh, thank you. So these are crude death rates from infectious diseases. This is the United States figures, but these will be exactly the same for this country. And what we can see is in the beginning of the throughout history, but we’re not throughout history is when people during the Industrial Revolution came to live in cities. The cities then had to deal with that vast population. And they all needed clean water and they all needed clean sewage systems and they were simply not in place. And the death rate in children in those conditions was extremely high. If you could survive to five years old, then you would do very well. But many children died simply because they received an overwhelming dose of infection. And that could be measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, diphtheria, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. And here you can see on this graph how death rates fell when hygienic interventions were put in place, in particular, good sewage and clean water. And the Victorians set up a wonderful system of clean water where the water was under pressure, and that meant microbes couldn’t leak into the water pipes. And the sewage pipes were always laid underneath the water pipes so that the sewage then couldn’t leak into the water. And you can see with these interventions, you can see how the crude death rate for infectious diseases decline. This is before antibiotics were introduced. And there you can see where penicillin came in in 1940. but it didn’t change the overall death rate much. Not that I would want to practice medicine without antibiotics these days. And then as you can see, vaccinations came in in the early 1960s and overall they have barely changed death rates for infectious diseases. And vaccinations have been hugely overrated as protections against infectious disease. What protects us from infectious disease is good immunity and keeping the infectious load down. OK, so these regimes, which I like to put in place for people, there’s no because there’s no one single intervention. It’s always a package of treatment. I call these regimes groundhog regimes because I keep coming back to these basic packages all the time. And we’ve touched upon groundhog basic. Groundhog basic is what we should all be doing to improve our immune system in terms of energy delivery and raw materials and keep the total loading dose down. And that’s a paleo ketogenic diet, vitamin C, iodine, vitamin D, a good multivitamin, and all these keeping warm, fit, good sleep, sunshine, happiness. These are all the things that we should all be doing all the time to keep our immune system in tip top shape. But of course, Of course, we’re going to get coughs and colds. It’s an inevitable part of being on this earth and mixing with other human beings and other things. So we will get infections. And in that event, we put in place what I call groundhog acute. So these are things we put in place to reduce the total infectious load. And I think the next slide, Linda, has details of groundhog acute. Now, always listen to your body. We have symptoms for very good reasons. Symptoms tell us when something is wrong. And what we mustn’t do is symptom suppress with drugs. Oh dear, typo there. We have symptoms for very good reasons. So for example, as I mentioned, when we are fighting an infection, that uses up a lot of energy. So don’t go on a five mile run. Don’t go to work. If you’re feeling tired and exhausted, then rest up. And that allows the immune system the energy that it needs in order to fight that infection. Again, keep warm. Grandmother was right when she said, wrap up warm or you’ll catch your death of cold. She said that because she had seen that happen. She saw people give up working in the fields without proper protection. They got cold. And when we are cold, everything goes slow. When we run cold, we are immunosuppressed. We should keep warm and allow the body to run a fever. Don’t take pills like paracetamol and aspirin to reduce a fever. A fever is a very good thing because heat kills all microbes. So wrap up warm. If you feel shivering, shaking, cold, go to bed, wrap up warm, run a fever. If available, have a sauna. A sauna helps to promote a temperature, helps to kill infection. That is all good. The next thing we should also do, in fact, do this before you even start to get nasty symptoms. Take big dose of vitamin C. Now, the point here is that vitamin C contact kills all microbes and 90% of infections come in through the mouth, either because we inhale them, they get stuck on sticky mucus and we cough them up and swallow them, So they end in the stomach or because we drink dirty water or we consume contaminated food. But say 90% of all infection comes in through the gut. And there isn’t a time element here. The faster we can kill these infections, the quicker we will get well. Because once infections get into the body, their numbers increase exponentially, exponentially, very quick indeed. And in this event, take vitamin C 10 grams every hour. Now that might sound like a big dose. It’s meant to be a big dose. And that contact kills the microbes in the gut. Keep taking 10 grams every hour, every hour, every hour until you get diarrhea. And again, that is very helpful to us because that physically washes out those infectious microbes that may be in the gut. And depending on what infection you have, you will need a smaller or a greater dose of vitamin C. So for normal cough or cold or sniffle, you might need 30 or 40 or 50 or 60 grams. But on the other hand, if you have Epstein-Barr virus, which is a really nasty virus, you might need 150 or 200 grams. If you have flu, you might need 100 grams. The point is keep going until you get diarrhea, and that allows you to get ahead of the game. And at the point at which you get diarrhea, I would expect your symptoms to be abolished. then you carry on a vitamin C at a lesser dose in order to keep those symptoms at bay and to stay well. And I’ve been doing this for some 30 or 40 years. And during that time, I have never had a cough or a cold that’s lasted more than 24 hours, maybe a bit of a snotty nose that’s run on for a day or two, but it’s never stopped me working. It’s never stopped me functioning because I take big dose of vitamin C very early on. And the other incredibly helpful intervention for any respiratory infection is to sniff iodine. Now, iodine is another one of my favorite multitasking tools, and it contact kills all microbes at 10 parts per million. So the way I do that is get yourself a salt pipe like this, and this is just a simple plastic tube full of sea salt. You can probably hear it rattling. Lugol’s iodine, whoops, Lugol’s iodine. So this is 15% Lugol’s iodine. And you put two drops of Lugol’s iodine in the mouthpiece of the salt pipe like that. So there’s one drop, two drop, give it a little shake and sniff it. So put it to the nose, give it a good firm sniff so that you can smell it. If you can smell the iodine, you have a therapeutic dose of it. And by dint of sniffing it, you saturate the nose, the sinuses, the pharynx, the nasopharynx, the larynx, the trachea, the bronchi, and the lungs. And therefore, in those departments, you kill any microbes that may be there. And what that does is you massively reduce your loading dose. And as I say, infection is all about keeping the loading dose down so that the immune system can catch up and kill that which is left. And I now have five patients with chronic bronchiectasis. Now, bronchiectasis is a nasty lung infection. One is never free from infection. It’s constantly present because of scar tissue there. And the normal history for those people is they go from one infection to an antibiotic, and then they’re okay for a bit, and then another infection, another antibiotic until they’re okay for a bit. And they run on until they end up with an MRSA, chronic infection in the lung, and then they’re in real big trouble. Since putting in place all these interventions, regular vitamin C, vitamin D, paleoketogenic diet, and at the first hint of any symptoms in the lungs, sniffing iodine, their need for antibiotics has dropped to pretty much zero. Sometimes when they forget to do these regimes or they don’t do them perfectly, then an infection gets a grip. But put all these things in place and massively reduce the infectious load. And the important reason for doing groundhog acute is that A, we don’t get acute infections that debilitate us and make us ill. But even more importantly, we stop infections getting into our body and driving pathology. One of the nastiest viruses you can get is Epstein-Barr virus. Epstein-Barr virus is a known carcinogen. We know it drives breast cancer, for example, and various lymphomas and leukemias. We know it drives autoimmunity. It’s associated with at least 33 different autoimmune conditions. And many of the other herpes viruses are equally pernicious. Lyme disease drives other pathologies. So does syphilis. I mean, disease drives pathology. So we can then keep these infections at bay and live to our full potential. And I want to live to my full potential because guess what? I’m enjoying life and having a nice time. I look after an old boy who lives in my granny flat. And he obviously I feed him a paleo ketogenic diet and all this other stuff. And in July, we will celebrate his 102nd birthday. And I’m quite sure he will make 102 because he is so well now. So all these interventions are highly effective. OK, next slide. OK, and remember, this is one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite doctors. Now, Fred Klenner, used vitamin C to treat a wide variety of pathologies from pneumonia, septicemia, acute polio, chest infections, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. And this is one of his aphorisms The patient should get large doses of vitamin C in all pathological conditions while the physician ponders the diagnosis. And this emphasizes the time element. It’s really important to do these things quickly. Don’t hang around, don’t wait until you get symptoms, hit it hard, hit it early and get rid of it as fast as you can. So the next slide, please Linda. So these are the things that we should be doing all the time to keep our immune system in tip-top form. Firstly, a paleoketogenic diet because this improves energy delivery and it reduces the infectious load before you even get an infection. Vitamin C, five grams daily. Now, for some people, and when you get the dose of vitamin C right, you shouldn’t have any gut symptoms at all. Some people need a little bit more than that. Some people need a little bit less than that. Vitamin D, 10,000 international units daily. Vitamin C is so important in our fight against infection. lovely study looking at the vitamin D levels in COVID patients on admission to hospital. And what they found is that those patients with the lowest levels of vitamin D had the highest mortality. So if your vitamin D was much below 20 nanomoles per liter, then your risk of death from COVID was over 90%. If your level of vitamin D was above 75, then your risk of death of COVID was less than 10%. And they drew a straight line graph, which went through the x-axis at about 125 micrograms, 125 level nanomoles of vitamin D. And the point here is you can achieve that easily with 10,000 IU of vitamin D daily. That’s equivalent to about an hour of sunshine. If you have darker skins, then probably a little bit more sunshine. that’s why it’s so people for so important for people with dark skins from india the south continent or africa to take vitamin d daily because they don’t make it efficiently from sunshine and then finally iodine we should all be we are all iodine deficient very few of us have iodine sufficiency and my view is we should all be taking lugal’s iodine three drops in a glass of water lasting at night Now take iodine away from vitamin C because vitamin C is an oxidizing agent and iodine is a reducing agent and they knock each other out. And finally, stay happy and stay warm. And if you put all those things in place, you can live to your full potential. So that’s the end of my talk, Linda. I do hope you’ve got some questions for me on any of those issues. I do. I do. Thank you very much. So we hear a lot about the ketogenic diet and its advantages in starving cancer cells, for example, of the fuel, which is sugar. So how does the paleo ketogenic diet differ? Well, it’s ketogenic because it’s low in sugars and carbohydrates, obviously. Paleo means that we cut out the gluten grains and dairy products because these are not evolutionary correct foods. Some people can tolerate some of them, but they came into our diet very recently. And we see so much pathology driven by allergy and allergy to gluten grains and allergy to dairy products. um uh is extremely common and then a dish in addition to that we shouldn’t be consuming dairy products um after after childhood because dairy products are there all mammals consume dairy products you know in order you know as babies in order they can grow quickly and um and that of course allows them to escape predation but that means that dairy products are growth promoting and that makes them a risk factor for cancer Wonderful book by Jane Plant, Your Life in Your Hands. She herself had breast cancer. And by the time she’d had the radiotherapy, the chemotherapy, the surgery, there was nothing left for her. And she was left with a lump in her breast and two months to live. Simply by cutting out dairy products, she watched that tumor regress and shrink away. And she went on to survive many more years. So that’s just one example. And of course, that doesn’t work for everybody, but it’s jolly nice if it works for one. But it illustrates the point dairy products are growth promoting. And also they have too much calcium for magnesium in them. That makes them a major risk factor for heart disease and for osteoporosis. So and again, there’s no other mammal that consumes dairy products after weaning. So if you’re not allergic to dairy products, then butter is perfect. Very happy if my patients have butter and ghee because that’s pure fat. The dangerous part of dairy products are the protein content and the sugar content. So for the occasional treat, perhaps, but not as an everyday staple. Mm hmm. And how do you stand on eating fruit or where do you stand? Of course, again, whenever you have a difficult question like this, always go back to our evolutionary biology. How did primitive woman do this? And of course, primitive woman and primitive man had fruit, but they only had fruit for a very limited window of time. And that was called the autumn. and fruit of course is full of sugar and fructose and that switches on our carbohydrate craving gene so we’d have eaten fruit and eaten fruit and eaten fruit until we got fat And in fact, fructose makes us lay down fat. That’s one of the features of fructose. And being fat in the autumn is totally desirable for the winter survival for obvious reasons. But of course, primitive woman, that fruit ran out. It went rotten. It didn’t last. And so she went back onto her ketogenic diet because she had no choice. But nowadays, of course, because of modern farming methods and supermarkets, we switch on the carbohydrate gene. We start eating sugars and carbohydrates. and we never switch it off. So we go on eating these foods throughout the year. and that’s what drives pathology so again the occasional jolly the occasional feast is fine but not for everyday staples because fruit is about a bag of sugar and of course the fruit growers themselves know this they know that sugar is addictive and so the modern strains of fruit are so getting sweeter and sweeter and sweeter so primitive woman’s idea of an apple would have been a crab apple well guess what I can’t eat many of those without getting belly eight um but you know so you know Berries are probably acceptable because they’re low in sugars, but not all the time and not in big doses. So for someone who’s new to this kind of diet, what would you recommend for a transition from standard diet to this sort of diet? I mean, in order to persuade people to do these diets, I have to give them the intellectual imperative. They have to understand why they have to make the change. The first thing I ask people to do is to recognize that sugars and carbohydrates are addictive and we eat them in an addictive way. I can tell you the sugar addicts from the first few foods that go into their mouth. Because when overnight, because when we overnight, we fast, of course, we’re not eating and we wake up in the morning. And if breakfast is cereals, porridge, fruit juice, toast, bread, sweet, sweet tea or coffee, then almost certainly they’re sugar addicts, they’re carbohydrate addicts. And this spikes blood sugar levels, spiking blood sugar levels, spikes insulin, and that lays down fat. And then the blood sugar comes down and you produce adrenaline and you’re hungry again. So the carbohydrate sugar addicts are snacking through the day. They have to keep going with a biscuit at 11 o’clock and a sandwich at lunchtime and so on. One of the joys of doing a ketogenic diet is you don’t run out of fuel. Now you might get a bit rumbly in the tummy. But if you ignore that, it passes. But if you really ask yourself, is the brain working well? Oh, actually, yes, it’s working fine. Have I got energy? Do you think? Well, yes, actually, I have. You know, you can miss a meal absolutely without, you know, running out of energy. And the next step, once you’ve established a paleocutogenic diet, is to do time-restricted eating. Did primitive woman get three meals a day? No, she didn’t. And these days, I try to consume all my foods within a six-hour window of time. So lunch at one, supper at six. It doesn’t happen every day, but most of the time. Ahmed Malik, who’s a lovely doctor who developed type 2 diabetes, when he did a ketogenic diet, he then went to consuming food just once a day he just has one meal a day and guess what he doesn’t run out of energy he’s you know he works hard he runs every day he’s looking after children you know so um you know we think we need that hit of sugar for energy but it’s it’s not so and once people recognize that and realize it then a they feel so much better because they’re not running on sugars and carbs with uppers and downers they sleep better because wobbly blood sugars disturbs um uh sleep And very often they find their foggy brain has gone, they’re much sharper, they can think more clearly. So I use those things to persuade people to do the diet, expect to get keto flu, expect to get withdrawal symptoms. And guess what? That’s symptomatic of being an addict, isn’t it? All addicts get withdrawal symptoms when they give up their coffee or their nicotine or their alcohol or whatever, and it’s the same with sugar. and welcome that as a good sign that you’re doing the right thing. And then once you get that feeling of wellness, once you’re keto adapted, write it down, make a note of it, because we forget the change. And we go, oh, I just fancy a biscuit. Oh, I just fancy a bit of chocolate. And suddenly you’re back on that addictive joy ride again. How long does it take until you are adapted? Is that very unique? Quite quickly, certainly within a week and certainly within two weeks. That’s a very, very good question because another extremely common problem is the underactive thyroid. And normally when we get into ketosis, we fat burn with thyroid hormones. Now, if you are underactive and the thyroid hormones are not working well, then you fat burn with adrenaline instead. And that is a horrible, uncomfortable feeling. It gives you that wired but tired feeling, as I call it. There’s a name for it. It’s called ketogenic hypoglycemia. Dreadful name. But the point is, it’s a useful clue to think thyroid. Right. Okay. Is there a good time of the day when to take supplements like vitamin D, for example? Would you take them all in the morning or in the evening or spread out through the day? It’s not critical. They’re probably better absorbed on an empty stomach. So I tend to take most of my supplements in the morning in one fell swoop. The only thing you need to separate is the vitamin C and the iodine. So I have a pot of iodine that sits next to my toothbrush. So I do my teeth and then, oh, mustn’t forget the iodine. So three drops of iodine lasting at night. And again, that helps to sterilize the upper gut. If there’s any infections around, it’ll knock those back. So, you know, it’s incredibly helpful. I mean, throughout this whole COVID nonsense, you know, I think I had one day when I think, yeah, OK, I know I wasn’t right. But the next day I was right as rain. And around me, you know, my secretaries, my friends who weren’t doing all this, they’re all going down with COVID and being ill for a week. So, you know, perhaps I’m being smug and fat headed about this. But the point is, I know it works. And, you know, I encourage my patients to do it. And they tell me they know it works, too. You’ve just got to do it. Some holistic practitioners stress the role of chronic fungal infections and also parasitic infections in impaired immune health. Do these aspects feature in your approach at all, or is that something that’s… Well, of course. Yeah. Of course. By the time people come and see me, they don’t come and see… I mean, I’ve never had an 18-year-old come and see me and say, look, I’m completely fit and well, and I want to live to 100. You know, it’s never happened. And guess what? It’s never going to happen. People come to me when they’re sick. And to say most illness has an infectious driver. In fact, I might go as far as say all illness has an infectious driver and we need to keep that infectious load to a minimum. Now, many of these infections, they start off in the gut. Now, if you are eating a sugar and a carbohydrate based diet, you will overwhelm the ability of the upper gut to be sterile. Now, our stomach should be near sterile. And what allows that to happen is stomach acid. Stomach acid is so important. It is a frontline defense against infection. And if we destroy stomach acid because we’re eating sugars and carbohydrates and we’ve got a fermenting gut, or we’re taking drugs like Omeprazole, we open up the floodgates. We allow all these infections into our body, and then it’s much harder to get rid of them. And yeast infection is very common, yeast overload and maybe parasites in the gut. And they get in there, because we no longer have an acid stomach. And we no longer have an acid stomach because if we’re eating sugars and carbohydrates, we’re feeding fermenters in the upper gut, and those fermenters line the lining of the gut, give you a leaky gut, so acid can no longer be concentrated in the upper gut. And a very, very common fermenter is yeast. Now, primitive woman’s immune system knew that yeast was a common fermenter. And how do we know that? Because when you have a fermenting gut by yeast, yeast ferments sugar to produce alcohol. We all know that, don’t we? That’s basic, simple chemistry. And alcohol then has to go to the liver to be detoxified. Now, humans have evolved an enzyme in the liver called gamma GT, which is specific for alcohol. It only does alcohol. And we need that enzyme to deal with the alcohol that we get from fermenting fruit in the gut during that autumn bonanza. So we’ve been faced with yeast infections, yeast overgrowth of the gut for hundreds of thousands of years, and we have the biochemistry to deal with it. So what that tells us is that yeast is a common upper gut fermenter. And yeast does get from the gut into the bloodstream where it drives all pathology. In fact, there’s a lovely book that I recommend you read by Mark Linton called The Cancer Resolution or The Cancer Resolution. And he he develops a very powerful argument that that suggests that all cancer is driven by fungi. Now, I can’t give you this lecture in two and a half minutes, but read the book. It makes perfect sense. So let’s start fighting cancer by stopping yeast getting there in the first place. And we do that by looking after our upper gut. Make sure we’ve got a nice acid upper gut. And we do that by eating a ketogenic diet. All roads lead to Rome. And once you have parasites in your gut, how do you get rid of them? Do you get rid of them with the diet of course, but also through vitamin C or iodine? You can clean up the upper fermenting gut in a few days. First of all, stop feeding them. And remember they can only run on sugars and carbohydrates. So ketogenic diet, maybe time-restricted evening eating, maybe even a fast. And then you kill them with vitamin C. So vitamin C on the empty stomach will contact kill, all microbes. Last thing at the end of the day, iodine. Our three drops of iodine will contact kill all microbes. So that massively reduces the fermenting and the infectious load from the gut. Now, of course, we do need microbes in our large bowel. That’s the last five foot of bowel. So the first 20-odd foot of bowel should be sterile or near sterile. And we treat that, say, with the diet. The last five foot of gut where our microbiome is, that’s what we want to look after. Now, those microbes in there, they don’t ferment sugars and carbohydrates. They ferment fiber. So we want lots of fiber in our food, soluble fiber. And we want as diverse a diet as we can because there’s lots of different microbes there. And the diversity will be fair to say by lots of different foods. So nice, diverse diet, 30 different foods a week we should aim for. Mm-hmm. One question I want to ask you is, I had a little discussion with a colleague a few weeks ago, and we were talking about how best to nip a cold in the bud. And I mentioned your vitamin C and so on. And his take was, well, it’s actually better, perhaps it’s better to let the cold run its course because the body wants to rid itself of toxins. And I know some practitioners do have this sort of approach. So it’s basically saying, if you get a cold, just let it run its course. because your body wants to you don’t think that I absolutely don’t buy that you know we’ve got lots of very good ways of detoxifying now right yeah the largest toxic load in the body comes in through our mouth when we eat food and it’s toxic if we eat the wrong food processed foods processed fats you know, sugars. And it’s toxic because when we all have got a fermenting gut, we ferment to produce a whole heap of toxins. Now we’ve touched on ethyl alcohol, which is what yeast ferments sugar to. But if you’re fermenting in the upper gut, you will be producing maybe methyl alcohol, propyl alcohol, butyl alcohol. You’ll be producing hydrogen sulfide, ammoniacal compounds, D-lactate, a whole heap of toxins. And then the microbes themselves, which are fermenting, they produce their own toxin. So bacteria produce bacterial endotoxin. Yeast produce fungal mycotoxins. And these all have to be dealt with by the liver. So the biggest single thing you can do to reduce your toxic load is to eat a paleo ketogenic diet. That’s number one. And then we have, of course, vitamin C. take lots of vitamin C and iodine. They’re also metal chelators. They help strip out toxic metals. They improve our antioxidant status. And then we should all be eating ideally inorganic diet. So don’t use an infection to get rid of toxins. I just don’t buy that at all. You actually, by not treating the infection quickly and effectively, you are increasing your toxic load because all those viruses and bacteria, they are toxic and they produce their own toxins. So I just don’t buy that argument at all. Okay. Lastly, given that the GMC has failed so miserably in protecting doctors and patients, any thoughts on creating a new system of accrediting doctors and whether this is something that WCH British Isles will be taking on? yes I think this would be a fantastic project um to take on because let’s face it the best judge of a doctor is the patient because the patient can see how that doctor works you know whether they get better if they are improved um or not so we should all be judged by our our patients by our clients and guess what that’s how you know all other professions are judged there’s a wonderful website called um um fi is it called find a plumber or I can’t remember what it is now It’s where if a handyman or a plumber wants to implement themselves, then they get on the website and they get feedback from the clients. Checker trade, I think it is. Checker trade. Checker trade, yeah. Now, we need an identical system like that for doctors. And as we speak, I’m in throes of setting that up. It’s an early stage. It’s called Freedom Health Connect. But the idea here is that doctors will join this Freedom Health Connect. And by joining, they have to reaffirm the Hippocratic Oath. That is to say, everything that they do will be for the benefit of that person sitting in front of them. They will treat that patient, that person, as if they were a brother or a sister or a member of the family. And the second thing they have to promise is that they have no vested interest in any of the treatments that they recommend. Because so many doctors get kick paybacks for recommending tests or they get kickbacks recommending drugs or even nutritional supplements. And that is wrong. We should have the patient’s best interest at the front. And in exchange for that, the patient can then obviously access these doctors who have reaffirmed the Hippocratic oath. And then every doctor will have a reputation page. So if I have a consultation with you, for example, then you will be given a code and you can write what you like on my reputation page. And if you think I’m a rotten doctor, you can write that. But if you think, yeah, she’s helpful, it’s good value for money and I got better, then you write that in the reputation page so other people can come along and see that. And if we can drive that through with World Council for Health, then that’d be a wonderful thing because that will supplant the GMC and all these other regulatory bodies, because we know with regulatory bodies, they all become self-serving. The General Medical Council is the oldest regulatory body in the world. It was established in 1858. And at one of my hearings, when I attend these hearings, I defend myself. And of course, the GMC hate that because I’m gobby. And at one of these hearings, I said, I have to say, if the GMC was my patient and I was its doctor, I would diagnose senile dementia. I thought this was terrific. I laughed like mad, but the GMC didn’t think it was very funny at all. Fantastic. OK, well, thank you so much, Dr. Mayhill, for sharing your expertise and your time. And it’s been a privilege speaking with you. And I hope we can speak again soon sometime. My pleasure. OK, thank you so much. Thank you. Bye. well thank you so much linda for having this wonderful conversation with dr mahalan thank you uh sarah for your refreshing authentic knowledgeable and inspiring presentation it was truly wonderful and uh it just reminds me of a book of the medical nemesis by ivan illich if you haven’t read it yet it’s certainly recommendable especially in our times because it was actually written in the late 70s and it takes the prophecy that medicine would land where it is nowadays and by taking away the responsibility and the knowledge of the patient of our own bodies by handing it over to a regulatory body is one of the main crises that we have been witnessing. And thank you so much for explaining the immune system as not a static state, but a flexible overactive and underactive mechanism that has to be tailored to the individual, a very, very important fact that she said and thank you for um stressing the basic of the psycho neuro immuno endocrinology which basically links our immune system to the brain our um our hormones and everything else because it’s a beautifully interwoven interplay of all our systems in our bodies and to stress that in order to have a happy immune system we need a happy brain and a happy microbiome so diet and thank you for your wonderful um basic acute and chronic groundhog regimes and the reminder hit it hard and hit it early which is something that we’ve been able to confirm in thousands of studies nowadays in the last three years for covet and it basically includes the same ingredients it’s the diet it’s vitamin d it’s vitamin c and it’s iodine in our respiratory tract so thank you very much for this wonderful summary And there are a few questions from the audience. Gary, for example, says, great presentation with so much practical wisdom. Is ascorbic acid acceptable as vitamin C? We prefer food-based vitamin C, but it is far more expensive. I can’t talk for Dr. Myhill, but from my experiences… and I’m giving lectures about all of that myself, is that from all the new presentations of vitamin C on the food market, most of them are created via genetically modified organisms and other techniques, whilst ascorbic acid has been used since the late 19th century and hasn’t It hasn’t changed much in its production. So I recommend ascorbic acid. It’s a cheap way and you can get it anywhere. But in order to dampen any side effects and to increase efficiency, I always with my patients, and I do that with the vitamin C injections. That’s a question from Mike as well. if there’s an understandable concern here. In order to buffer any reactions, we always give the patients freshly squeezed orange juice as well, because there’s no such thing as an isolated vitamin or mineral or anything out there in nature. So that’s my take on these questions. I would love to discuss it with Sarah. And I’m sure it would be a fruitful conversation. And there’s another question about red light therapy, if it’s useful at all. Well, red light therapy has been proven in over 50,000 studies to be an enormously helpful tool when it comes to fighting inflammation. So any infection therefore will profit from sunlight, especially in the evenings, or a simple red light lamp. And we know also that it restructures water into a very physiological fourth state of water that Professor Pollack has introduced to us, increasing the vitality of the cells. So definitely, I personally include red light therapy into almost all approaches to all diseases. And Tyler asks, What’s the best anything to prevent osteoporosis getting any worse? Here again, I can’t talk for Sarah, but personally, if we look at where the highest incidences of osteoporosis are, just look in the dairy eating countries in Scandinavia, they have the highest rate of hip fractures. And that has a lot to do with the dairy consumption there. It’s the highest in the world. So there are lots of pathways why this is happening. But just to give you a short answer, yeah, just avoid dairy. Get some fresh calcium sources. Sesame seeds and greens are an excellent way to get dairy. uh calcium into your body exercise that’s one of the major risk factors not enough exercise and of course uh watch your vitamin d levels and be sure that’s between 50 and 80 uh uh nanograms per milliliter so much higher than the labs will give you and uh the other thing is watch your acidity if you want to get rid of calcium deposits in your coffee machine What do you put on it? Assets. So just look that your pH levels are in a good state. You can do that via urine. And with these tools in hand, you can stop. preventing osteoporosis getting worse, prevent it from appearing in the first place and help it once it has occurred. So, and just to finish this off, thank you for the last note of Sarah that she talks about the foundation of our new doctor association, relying on the Hippocratic oath and the interest of the patient instead of money. We wish her all the success and the World Council for Health will do anything to support you. Thank you very much for this interview, and I’ll hand it back over to you, Emma. Thank you very much, Christophe. So I guess just this is the end of the show. Thanks everyone who joined us today for this information-packed episode of Better Way Today. We invite you to support us now in whatever way you can. If you learned something new today and you’re able to support our work with a financial gift, please visit slash donate to do so. 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  1. Thank you, that was a vey interesting talk by Dr. Mayhill, it confirmed my belief that Vit C is so important. I’ve been using 2000mg daily for years to good effect and I up the dose if I feel unwell. I’ve learned more thought than that I’m right about Vit.C., and will give this paleo ketogenic diet a go it sounds logical. And I’ve also taken note about using Iodine.
    Thank you WHC