In case you haven’t heard, alpha-Gal syndrome (AGS) is on the rise; yet it’s still largely unheard of.
And, I’ll share a successful treatment below, so please read to the end.
What is this new syndrome? Alpha-Gal syndrome is an unconventional food allergy, characterized by IgE-mediated hypersensitivity responses to the sugar molecule galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal); it is not a food-protein.
One thing we know is that alpha-Gal can come from a tick bite.
But before we are afraid to go outside anymore, let’s look into the OTHER surprising sources of alpha-Gal, and which foods do not contain it. (I will list these in a minute).
I believe the climate-change push to get rid of meat and make fake food acceptable is real. There’s also a desire to get people to disconnect from nature and into fifteen-minute cities. Advancing a “novel” medical condition that makes people scared of meat and the outdoors checks both those boxes.
WEF-linked “bioethicist” Dr. Matthew Liao has proposed the idea of scientists genetically modifying humans to be allergic to meat. In a 3-minute video, Liao has also discussed shrinking the physical size of humans via eugenics or hormone injections so they consume fewer resources. (source)
Alex Jones (who is a bit grating to my ear, but usually factual) breaks the OTHER SOURCES you need to know down into understandable bites. He is supported by PubMed studies and facts from the CDC. Skip the last 2 minutes of ads.
What Can Trigger alpha-Gal?
Yes, the CDC clearly states that alpha-Gal can be found in drugs, vaccines, and products containing these mammal ingredients, as well as in meat (pork, beef, rabbit, lamb, venison, etc.) – they all can trigger α-Gal syndrome, just like ticks. Ingredients that may contain alpha-gal include:
- Gelatin (see different gelatins and bovine extracts highlighted on the vaccine ingredient lists here).
- Bovine extract (heavily used in vaccine manufacture)
- Magnesium stearate (commonly found as an additive in some encapsulated supplements)
- Cobra venom (1, 2) (here’s a list of fairly common drugs made of venom)
- Other medical products, such as pig or cow heart valves, surgical mesh, monoclonal antibodies, cancer drug Cetuximab, and heparin.
Here’s the excipient list Jones was showing in the video.
Remember, all these drugs are highly-processed and man-made and about as far from what God naturally gave us as could be.
So I’d be more afraid of the drugs than the bugs! Due to our family having had Lyme, I encourage everyone to just simply check for ticks, learn how to properly remove a tick and have a few things on hand to treat a tick bite immediately. I just have to say: don’t be terrified of bugs. Don’t be stupid, but don’t be terrified, either. Preventatively, we use non-toxic Cedarcide. It is safe and it works! Please don’t use neurotoxic DEET.
[I believe that with the widespread, unprecedented reliance on man-made drugs, we shouldn’t be shocked to see a rise in AGS. My instinct early on, even as a medically-trained medicine nurse and RN, to avoiding OTC and regular pharma medications for close to 40 years (including and especially Tylenol and Benadryl), has been the right one for our family. (No, I am not saying Tylenol and Benadryl have alpha-Gal in them, but they are very harmful and have really bad side-effects and the studies support me in this). See my natural go-to pharmacies here and here.]
A Warning From a Study: Shingles and MMR Vaccines May Trigger Anaphylaxis in the Meat-Allergic
Labcorp is one place to get an Alpha–Gal IgE Panel.
Switching gears, another trail I started following is shocking, yet not shocking considering the genetic modification of mosquitos:
Oxitec’s project was/is aimed to address the global pest problem affecting CATTLE, a significant source of red meat. Gates later provided $4.8 million more in funding.
The intertwining of Gates’s interests and this rise in AGS cases is drawing scrutiny. Gates holds stakes in pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer, Inc. that produce antibiotics such as doxycycline, commonly used to treat tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease. Moreover, in 2017, his foundation granted over $1 million to Ceres Nanosciences, a diagnostics company specializing in Lyme disease detection. In the food industry, Gates has significant investments in plant-based and lab-grown meat companies. He has backed companies such as Upside Foods, Good Meat, Beyond Meat, and Impossible Foods, some of which which have been approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the production and sale of meat substitute products.
FOODS THAT DO NOT CONTAIN α-GAL (CDC source):
- Poultry, such as chicken, turkey, duck, or quail
- Fish and seafood, such as baked cod and ocean-caught salmon
- Fruits and vegetables
A Successful Treatment for Meat, Dairy & Many Other Allergies
Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) is the only medical treatment I’ve found for significant AGS meat and/or dairy allergies. The main a-Gal symptoms are gastrointestinal, dermatologic (skin-related), and respiratory.
This study shows: “The SAAT method showed effectiveness in the large majority of patients. No adverse reactions were noted as a result of auricular acupuncture.”
Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) is a powerful technique that provides the longest relief from allergy symptoms compared to other common treatments. It is a specialized yet simple acupuncture treatment where one needle placed in the external ear can drastically reduce allergy symptoms by 80-95%. (source) The treatment addresses allergies or sensitivities to:
- Food: gluten/wheat, soy, dairy, corn, eggs, sugar, meat (alpha-gal), nuts, fruits, vegetables, shellfish, preservatives, and more.
- Environmental: animal dander, dust, molds, chemicals, pollens, trees, grasses, weeds, and more.
There is a LOT more on alpha-Gal I’d like to share and it involves the COVID vaccine, but it will require another post. Stay tuned!
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