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5: What's up with our natural immune system?

After all that I have read, watched and reviewed, it all keeps pointing to a problem with our body's natural ability to fight viruses. That equates to an autoimmune disease.

Autoimmune disease can occur due to:

  1. Unhealthy Diet
    1. Sugar, soda, energy drinks
    2. Refined carbohydrates
    3. Bad oils
    4. Salts and preservatives
    5. Meats
    6. Alcohol
  2. Lack of Fitness
  3. Taking medicines
  4. Penicillin resistance
  5. Stress
  6. Lack of sleep
  7. Inflammation
  8. Smoking
  9. Vaping
The number of people being hospitalised and achieving chronic levels of sickness is out of control.

Are Our Food Choices Affecting Our Immunity?

  • We have masks on to stop the spread
  • We social distance
  • We are in lock down
  • We are spending billions on vaccines that may or may not work
But we totally ignore the obvious...

31 August 2021 Advertising of unhealthy foods.

Every part of this meal is linked to disease.

These specials encourage people to buy bad foods without them realising the long term results.

Instilling in children that bad food is a treat when people are actually dying from this type of food.

'Made in our Deli" as if that makes it a specially prepared healthy meal. 
1.5 Health Star Rating is an insult to our current situation.

A little better but still only a 2 star health rating that does nothing for your long term health

I appreciate that perhaps it's a special treat but we rarely limit the number of treats we have on a daily basis. Your gut biome gets used to these toxic foods and they become the daily norm. Our children get positive reinforcement from false advertising and we have a pandemic caused by a lack of education and care.

 In reality, these foods are just bad all-round.

During Covid-19, perhaps the Government needs to spend some money on helping people to improve their diet.

  • The multi billion dollar vaccine is only going to help with Covid-19. 
  • Long term there are more viruses on the way to challenge our immune systems again.
  • What will Covid22 cost?

Do you like seafood? You may like to reconsider.

This is Thailand shrimp selling in New Zealand, delivered to restaurants and lunch bars, but are they toxic?

This report claims that they are.

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Why do our fisheries have to comply with health standards, but imported products don't?

Farmed Salmon can be the most toxic food you can eat. 

The following is a 54 minute video. If you watch it you will be shocked!
In particular "Panga Fish" is seriously bad but MPI accept it into New Zealand for sale.

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The MPI Approval review:

I cannot tell you if this Panga fish is OK.
It got a 4 star health rating but the documentary suggests otherwise.

ASC certified as responsibly farmed

The retailer has added the following disclaimer:
"Information provided on this page is supplied to assist our customers to select suitable products. However, products and their ingredients are liable to change at short notice, which may affect nutrition, ingredient and allergen information. Therefore, you should always check product labels before consuming. If you require specific information to assist in your purchasing decision, we recommend that you make further enquiries of the manufacturer (see contact details on the packaging) or contact us"

More research is required on the organisations who are issuing food safety certificates and accolades

Who is ASC and who certifies the certifiers?

In some cases these types of organisations appear to be a marketing arm of the manufacturers who use a web of structures to hide their relationships. 

A 5-minute study found:
"ASC certified as responsibly farmed" which is a standard set by: 

However if you try to put a name to the organisations, you have some difficulty.


We need to do more research.


You body requires good nutrition to stay healthy and maintain a strong immune system. People are progressively becoming chronically ill but they are not being helped by the government to improve their eating habits. Instead we have developed a culture of 'pill poppers'.

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Packaged foods are given a number of stars based on selected nutrients, ingredients and the amount of energy (kilojoules) they provide. Manufacturers work out the rating of their product by putting nutrition information into the "Health Star Rating Calculator". Foods get more stars if they are:

lower in saturated fat, sugar or sodium (salt)

higher in healthy nutrients and ingredients (fibre, protein, fruits, vegetables, nuts or legumes).

 I have also attached a factsheet on how ratings are calculated. Some other links that you may find useful are:

Guidance for industry on how to calculate their Health Star Rating: 

Health Star Rating calculator: