Helth News (Week 18 – 2013)
By Robert Redfern

I am sat here working away and the radio is on in the background. I really should not listen to it as it is the BBC (a.k.a. the ‘Biased Broadcasting Corporation’) and I get furious at the blatant biased Corporatist propaganda they spout all day long. I don’t just mean the political and social slant but the outright support of the Corporatist Medical Business line. What I mean by that is the constant pushing of drugs and outright ridiculing of everything natural health. For months I have listened to propaganda to have everyone vaccinated for flu jabs, MMR jabs (measles), bird flu and various others. Now a few minutes ago I had to listen to a report of a much more serious bird flu that could come out of China. You can bet your bottom dollar the report was just to start the propaganda and they will be pushing a new vaccine (the old one did not work and was not even needed in the end) over the coming months. I consider this just another form of terrorism to frighten the masses to rush out and get a Jab.

I understand the Corporate Medical Business is not interested in health and is simply a profit making business but the BBC and Government Health Information Services are paid by taxpayers and should be unbiased and present the facts in a proper manner. What’s a proper manner?

Anyway, rant over!

To Jab or not to Jab? That is the question. The answer with measles is maybe.

There are three groups of people: really healthy people, really unhealthy people and then everyone else who are somewhere in-between these two.

Should a really unhealthy person take the measles jab? Probably.

Should a really healthy person take the measles jab? Probably not.

Measles does not cause any great harm to healthy people and their children and their immune systems will actually become stronger by getting it. The really unhealthy people and their children are the ones at risk and who can get the serious complications.

Everyone else is in between and has to make an informed choice. My wife Anne and I had to make that choice back in 1970, after the birth of our first child. We have not had any of our children vaccinated for measles and in turn none of our grandchildren have been vaccinated either.

We are very happy about this in all of the circumstances. To be clear, we did have them vaccinated for polio, tetanus and diphtheria. Whether this was needed only time will tell but they have all been very healthy.

We made an informed choice because we went out and looked at the science. To be fair there was very little mass propaganda in those days and the real science was just as easily available as the pseudo science.

To Jab or not to Jab? That is the question you have to answer for yourself.

If you and your family are planning to get really healthy and are worried about Common Flu, Measles or Bird Flu here are my suggestions. Remember you must be willing and determined, good health is often a long journey and sometimes requires discipline to achieve it……

  1. Click this link and make sure your food plan matches my Really Healthy Foods Plan!
  2. Long term first line protection is a probiotic – Prescript Assist is the one with the best studies. If you take a probiotic you should really consider this. Shop here for Prescript Assist
  3. Long term support for your immune system consider Daily Immune Protection (DIP). This is a unique formula of proven ingredients such as: Vitamin D3, Vitamin C, Zinc, Elderberry Fruit Extract, Beta Glucan 1,3, eXselen Selenium & more! Shop here for DIP
  4. The great ‘natural protectors’, as ever, Hydrosol Silver Spray and/or Hydrosol Silver Gel, much better than ordinary colloidal Silver
  5. If your immune system is weak then you should also consider a course of 1st Line Immune kits

If you only follow one step then make it the Really Healthy Foods plan, always the best place to start.

Otherwise, if you have any private health questions or want to contact me directly, click ‘Contact Me’ at the top and then select ‘Robert’s Questions’. Here your questions will come through to me and I will answer in the strictest of confidence.