Transcript of Episode 35: Ebola Virus, Flu and Vaccines
With Dr. Daniel Pompa, PSc.D, Warren Phillips and David Asarnow.
Warren: Alright. Good morning. Welcome to Cellular Healing TV. Dr. Pompa’s over here, and I’m right here.
Dr. Pompa: Aha. We’re together.
Warren: So we have a great show for you today. We’ve been watching a lot of the news, and in the news right now—and this is almost like a last minute decision to do what we’re doing. If we’re a little fuzzy, the internet is slow, but the Ebola virus, the flu, flu vaccines—and as a matter of fact, at this seminar that Dr. Pompa’s teaching out here at Systemic Formulas in Ogden, UT—Systemic is a premiere, doctors only, line that we use—well, actually, Dr. Pompa works with biophysicists. He probably is that, too. But biochemist, Dr. Shayne Morris, who’s a PhD, who heads up the Research and Development at Systemic, they’ve worked on some new products that actually are really cutting-edge. I don’t know how much Dr. Pompa can share, but they are going to release it at the event. They worked together on the 5R products, the Intracellular Detox System, some of the world-changing products that many of you love and enjoy to transform your health in life by removing the cause, restoring methylation, getting—that’s what’s so exciting. It’s not just “this for that,” as Dr. Pompa would say. It’s like let’s get to the cause and restore life. So Dr. Pompa, there is this massive epidemic right now with the Ebola, the scare the fear, and as we know, in sales and marketing, fear drives people to make decisions.
Dr. Pompa: Right.
Warren: So all of a sudden, magically, there’s this vaccine that’s going to save your life.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. Who didn’t know that was going to happen?
Warren: Yeah. So I mean, sometimes you don’t want to be a conspiracy theorist necessarily, but you want to call a spade a spade. If that was me, I’d be thinking, hmm, I wonder it that news story was on accident because a lot of the media drives sales. So Dr. Pompa, let’s come at this myth of the flu, and the truth about Ebola, and the history of it, and some of the things that people can do, and we can dispel the fear so you can make sound decisions about your health and life here on Cellular Healing TV.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. I’ve gotten so many emails about the Ebola. I’ve gotten so many emails about the flu shot. This time of year, forget it. So we will talk about the flu shot, but let’s start with the breaking news about Ebola. Hitting the shores here in the United States, I mean, I would guess I would say who didn’t think that would happen, right? I don’t understand why the current administration wouldn’t keep people from flying into that country and out of that country unless you’re some type of really supervised or screened person going in there for a really good reason, but they didn’t. So it hit the shores. Now, look. There’s conspiracy theories out there that, hey, I mean, because the U.S. government has a patent on the Ebola virus—actually, I believe it’s the CDC. The U.S. government, through the NIH has a patent on—with Glaxo Wellcome, but I think they hold the patent, not Glaxo Wellcome, or whatever it’s called, Smith Glaxo Wellcome. They changed their name and became the big conglomerate of vaccinations and, therefore, drugs. But look, I don’t believe the whole thing was setup, by any means, from the point of, “Bring me someone here and let’s let Ebola go crazy,” although, I’ve seen that conspiracy. I don’t believe that for a second. But what I do believe is that our government, the NIH, with the CDC, and of course, the drug companies, will take advantage of any scare. Look. It has been a strategy from the beginning with all vaccinations, including the flu, saying that, “Hey. Look. People are going to die. People are going to die.” They use fear and they drive it. Now, look. I’ve said for years that the flu kills the very young and the old. It’s not the 35,000 people dying from the flu every year. It’s probably more like 3,000, or 35, or 4,000. It’s that fear mongering that the average person is going to die from the flu. I know you can think of, well, this guy 35 years old died from the flu. Because they do, they put those all over the newspapers. But again, what they don’t tell you is there was an immune comprised situation there, and of course, the flu can kill you in an immune comprised situation, but the flu is normal. It’s actually part of building a normal healthy microbiome. It’s part of a normal healthy microvirion, which is viruses that we build antibodies too, and it’s normal, it’s healthy. Just like the common cold.
Warren: Quick question.
Dr. Pompa: Yes.
Warren: Immune compromised. What are the—some of those people watching and maybe I’m immune comprised, is it because of, I don’t even know, cancer or something like that?
Dr. Pompa: Well, someone’s immune system can drop for a period of time. That’s how you get the flu or a cold, right?
Dr. Pompa: So we’re exposed to these viruses, so when people run around washing their hands all the time, it’s really almost ridiculous. I think there’s other benefits to—especially when you’re handling food, things like that, but it’s not like you’re going to avoid the cold or that virus that’s going around.
Warren: You’re not. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: It’s just ambiguous through the environments. I mean, if someone in your house has it, you’ve been exposed to it. Now, you will harbor that virus, and then, all of a sudden, your immune system drops temporarily via stress, a hard exercise workout. I mean, there’s many things that just temporarily drop it, and then that virus can get its root or its hold, and then you become sick. So that’s…
Warren: But the people who die, that’s why they’re…
Dr. Pompa: Right, that’s what I was going to say.
Warren: Okay. You’re going there. Okay.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. So the people who really have long-term immune compromise are, in fact, elderly people, right, that are very old, very immune com—very unhealthy. I mean, again, just because you’re elderly doesn’t mean you’re immune compromised. There’s very healthy elderly people.
Warren: And people are health—they’re 90 years old that are healthier than I am.
Dr. Pompa: Absolutely, have amazing immune systems, right. So let’s rephrase that. Elderly who are very sickly, okay? And just because you’re a small child or infant, that doesn’t mean your immune compromised either, especially if you’re nursing because now you have your mother’s antibodies. So now let’s talk about a baby who’s not nursing. I think they’re at risk. I do. I think that puts them at greater risk. Let’s talk about a baby who’s being bottle-fed with mostly sugars, bad fats…
Warren: Corn syrup.
Dr. Pompa: Corn syrup, yeah. I mean, that child absolutely is more immune compromised. There is no doubt about it. So do you want that child to get the flu? Even that said, most of those children will not die, but there is that remote possibility. But then we have to back out. We’re going to—let’s hit this at the other part of Shayne’s. I don’t want to get too far off course. There is that possibility. Well, should we get the flu shot? I mean, that’s—should we get the flu shot? We’ll handle that in a moment, but let’s go back to the Ebola virus. The Ebola virus is life-threatening, I guess, is the point, unlike the flu, right? There is no cure outside the body. Well, guess what, folks. There’s no cure outside the body for the flu either, so the Ebola virus is no different that way than the flu except that your chances of dying are very, very high. Obviously, your body literally eats itself. You bleed out of every orifice. I mean, the virus attacks that strong, that quick. So there is a great threat. Do we want this to hit this country in a massive way? Absolutely not, but our government, the drug companies, are going to use fear mongering to spread a vaccination that, you’re right, Warren, just magically appeared all of a sudden. Now it’s going to be available in weeks, this vaccine. Okay. So we know this…
Warren: And here’s the big problem. We don’t that vaccine is going to cause Ebola.
Dr. Pompa: Well, that’s the problem. They’re getting it—it’s a cold virus. It’s a conglomeration from chimpanzees. It’s some type of virus that the—that Glaxo Wellcome says, “Oh, and amazingly it’s not that dangerous.” So we were talking about getting these viruses from chimpanzees or similar viruses that I’m sure they harbor them from that. Just like many of the [inaudible] putting it into this vaccine. By the way, these vaccines…
Warren: That’s scarier than Ebola itself because…
Dr. Pompa: Here’s what’s happening. They’re going to take 60 healthy people and test it on 60 healthy people. Normally, these tests take one to two years. Probably more like two years of testing, and then they come out and say, “Okay. We’re considering this one safe.” Well, this isn’t happening with this. They’re going to test this on 60 healthy humans. Folks, you can sign up. We’ll put the link below if you want to be one of those 60 to get injected by this vaccine. I’m kidding. I wouldn’t suggest that, but can you believe that someone’s going to volunteer for that? Someone who’s very scared to probably get this virus, but they will have people lining up. Maybe a month, maybe two, I don’t know when it will hit, but they will have people lining up to get this vaccination.
Warren: That’s scary.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. That’s very scary. So, Warren, once again, I’m going to say this to protect myself. I’m not telling anyone not to take the vaccination. I’m not telling anyone not to take any medication, but I’m telling ya, you better educate yourself about what’s in this vaccination, how it works, the mechanisms how it works. You better educate yourself on if you should take the flu shot or not, and we’ll get to that subject in a minute.
Warren: Yeah. There’s major risks here, and what scares me and the fear that I have right now is there’s been Ebola into this country a few times before, and it’s been contained, but in both of those times, there wasn’t this vaccine push, and so why now? When this exposure, these one or two people that have it are no different than before, but all of a sudden, now the vaccine is being pushed. And that has many risks because that could actually—in some way, the virus could mutate in these 60, and then really spread it, and we have a world-wide epidemic.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. I mean, I don’t believe for a second we’re going to have this massive Ebola epidemic in this country.
Warren: Neither do I.
Dr. Pompa: I do believe that this vaccine—that the vaccine is going to cause more problems, just like the flu vaccine, than the disease itself. As deadly as this virus is compared to the flu vaccine, we are going to have major, major problems with the vaccine, possibly more. We look at the Gardasil vaccination that’s affecting so many young teenagers today. It’s so sad, and the whistleblower, William Campbell, came out from the CDC. He admitted his wrong with what happened with Andrew Wakefield, and those watching this, if you don’t know who he is, a brilliant doctor, and he exposed the fact that the measles, or the MMR vaccine, was in fact causing inflammatory bowel conditions like Crohn’s and colitis. He later linked it to autism. That was, I think, back in 1993. It went on. He published 19 other papers showing this to be true. The media, powered by the drug companies and our government, went after the poor guy. It wasn’t until, I guess, 2011 that other studies, independent studies, started coming out that showed that he was in fact right. By 2013, they basically said, “Okay, this guy was in fact right.” This year, months ago, this gentleman from the CDC came out, and because of massive guilt came out and admitted that they hid the numbers, they faked the numbers, and Andrew Wakefield has been basically…
Dr. Pompa: Exonerated, proven right, and, yet, we’ve heard very, very little about that, and this man made New York Times, folks. Quack, autism—I mean, you name it. The headlines read that this guy was somehow a quack, and they put it—I mean, they shamed him. They shamed him, his family, and everybody associated with him, and that was a shame because his research was true. So in fact, the MMR vaccine, he did—I can state this because it’s scientific fact from his studies and others that it does in fact lead to Crohn’s, colitis, and autism. So look. We know and I’ve had discussions with him about vaccines and—as a matter of fact, we were going to have him in one of our seminars, and we still might, but that the flu vaccine is causing more problems than it’s solving, obviously. The Gardasil vaccine—I’m going to go full circle here. So that other—the gentleman who came out about the MMR vaccine, he says, “You know, actually the bigger scam, really, the bigger shame of it all, is the Gardasil vaccine. Wait ‘til that comes out. Wait ‘til the cover up comes out about how many people are, in fact, dying, and have permanent paralysis and other neurological deficits because of the Gardasil vaccine.”
Warren: Yeah. It’s horrible.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. I mean, this stuff is starting to come out, but mainstream media, you’re not seeing it. So that’s a true conspiracy. I mean, that’s one that’s really not contrived. I mean, this is real, folks. If you have any thought in your mind to get a flu vaccine, your child a Gardasil vaccine, any vaccine, do your homework first.
Dr. Pompa: Make a very, very educated decision. Women watching this, moms, all of you, have that—just that gut feeling. I know because I hear the stories. That gut feeling that maybe I shouldn’t do this. There’s something just not right about it. I’m telling you. That gut feeling is what you’ll hear from every autistic mom, every child that—mother of a child who’s been damaged. They say, “You know, I just had that feeling, and I was so scared that the fear of not doing it and being criticized.” What about schools? What about all these things? It’s greater than that gut feeling. We’ve all—Warren, we’ve all pushed through that gut feeling, right?
Warren: Yeah. It’s always been wrong.
Dr. Pompa: It’s always wrong, so please, listen to your gut feeling.
Warren: Every time in my life. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: At least take the gut feeling and do your research, and then you can at least overcome the fear with knowledge. And that’s really what you have to do oftentimes, right?
Dr. Pompa: If you read the things that I’m reading, and it’s not hard to find these days with the internet, I think that you’ll make a very educated decision. I think you’ll think again, so—on the vaccine issue.
Dr. Pompa: So, okay, that’s the opening for the show. There’s a lot there, obviously. We are always skeptical about vaccines and to put this Ebola vaccine in you just because of the fear. And they’re going to use this fear. And it’s going to be easy because this one, they don’t have to make things up. I mean, like the flu vaccine, yeah, yeah. They make it seem like average people are going to get the flu and die. This one, yeah, healthy people can die from this, but by the way, I still believe, if you’re very healthy and you get Ebola, you can live. The people that—there’s people, obviously, that live from Ebola, and there’s no treatment. And I think they gave the one guy that serum and he lived, but again, I mean, several have lived before that without anything. So whether the serum has done anything or not, we’re not certain. They’re not certain, but regardless, if you are very healthy, that’s obviously the way to go. But look, again, will the vaccine protect you? Again, that’s another topic, and…
Warren: A can of worms. So what can people, the average person, do to naturally increase their immune system? And I know that these—some of these, even, phages that are out there in the market today and other companies, I know that—yeah. I don’t want to go there, but…
Dr. Pompa: No. We can—I mean, honestly, I mean, Warren’s—I think he wants me to talk about the new product. I mean, he’s leaning that way, but I think we can because, actually, you all would hear this first. We are releasing a new product. Bacteriophage is something that’s been on my plate now for over a year, and just very…
Warren: It’s actually on everybody’s plate, and that’s a different story.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. That’s exactly right. We talked about the importance of the microbiome, right? That’s all these bugs that are all over us. I mean, literally all over us and in us, and we’ve learned through the Microbiome Project, folks—again, we’re talking about all these bugs that are in and around us. The Microbiome Project, five years ago I think it was, six maybe, and they brought the greatest minds together. And what we’ve learned is is that we have far more of these bugs, ten times the amount of these bugs in our gut, these bacteria, than our own cells in our body, and they share information with our cells. We know now that we don’t make certain hormones, certain immune cells, without sharing information with these bugs that’ll—many of which we thought were bad in the old days. So that old theory of running and—again, hand sanitizers, all the antibiotic soaps, and taking antibiotics, we’ve realized that we’ve disrupted this microbiome.
Warren: Then, actually, Dr. Shayne Morris was in Washington D.C. with all the minds.
Dr. Pompa: This week.
Warren: Yeah. And one of the things that M.D.s and researchers are saying, “We need to stop giving antibiotics out the way that they’re doing.”
Dr. Pompa: Well, look. There’s a massive gap, and this is something I would say was happening in the scientific world and what’s happening in the treatment world. So Dr. Shayne went there last week, to Washington, and as matter of fact, there was a woman from the Obama administration—and really, representing the Whitehouse. She’ll go onto the next administration as well. Their thing is is finding out what is going on in this area of research, and how important it is, and how much money we can give to this area of research. That’s how important this area is, and they had the greatest minds, really. When we asked Shayne, “Who was there,” he said, “Everybody,” everybody meaning everybody in his world, everybody in this world of the biochemistry and the microbiome. Everyone interested in it, but what he meant was all the very, very important people.
Dr. Pompa: But what they’re saying is all the antibiotics—and by the way, 70% of the antibiotics that are given are actually in livestock. So we’re creating a lot of these resistant bacteria from the antibiotics given to livestock, and we’re eating these animals. We’re eating this meat, and it’s really creating a lot of problems. That’s why, folks, organic grass-fed meat, it is one of the biggest changes you can make. I mean massive, massive change.
Dr. Pompa: So we’re creating a lot of problems in humans with resistant bacteria. Of course—and we’re taking it. We’re giving antibiotics for things like earaches, strep throat, which antibiotics were never ever invented for, by the way.
Warren: And they don’t work for it.
Dr. Pompa: No. I mean, really, so much debate there. I know the fear. Again, we could—a whole nother show, right?
Dr. Pompa: I mean, going down there, you’re going to get rheumatic fever. I mean, I know all the things, but again, if you did your homework, you’d go, “Really?”
Warren: What are the chances of that? Oh, 1 in 10 million. Oh, okay.
Dr. Pompa: And the fact is, kids who have been on multiple rounds of antibiotics, they’re at greater risk for rheumatic fever. So, I mean, the strep throat thing, really, it’s the kids who are taking the antibiotics that are the ones that are at the greater risk. That’s a whole other topic, folks. But the bottom line is, the overuse of antibiotics, we’re wiping out our microbiome. These scientists are saying, “We’ve got a problem here.” We are creating hormone dysregulation. We’re creating obesity. We’re creating all these new things, this autoimmune, all these things that we talk about on the show because we’re wiping out this microbiome.
Warren: Oh, when he—Shayne, Dr. Shayne told us this. The reason they give antibiotics to cows isn’t for death or to protect them from disease. It’s because it triggers a gene. It kills off bacteria, and they actually get fatter. They get obese.
Dr. Pompa: That’s right.
Warren: And that’s what they do—we do it with chickens to. It makes them gain weight.
Dr. Pompa: Look. We can look—this is what’s cool.
Warren: That might change your mind to research. If you take antibiotics, it’s going to make you fat.
Dr. Pompa: That’ll change people. That’ll change.
Warren: Yeah, unfortunately, but…
Dr. Pompa: We can look at your microbial, your bacteria set—and it’s pretty expensive to do. So it’s not like we can do it daily, but they’re doing this in studies. We can look at an obese person, or a person who has trouble losing weight, and go, “Oh, okay. They have too much of these guys and not enough of these bacteria. Okay.” So this is what’s crazy. There’s a pattern. You have a certain pattern of a microbiome, diabetics, certain pattern, too much of these not enough of these. So research is showing, well, how can we balance this out? Look. It’s the stuff that we’re talking about, fermentation, eating organic foods, staying away from genetically modified foods that contain glyphosate, which is causing a disruption in your internal microbiome. Yes. Eating corn, which 93% of the corn on the market right now is in fact GMO. It causes holes in your gut, disrupts your microbiome, and yes, can make you fat. Yes, can make you not be able to lose weight, and cause hormone dysregulation. The studies are stacking up on one another showing how these GMO, genetically modified foods, are causing problems. I’ll tell ya. We have just cut—we’re just hitting the surface of the research that is showing that it is the most dangerous thing a human can eat. Look. You want to get healthy? Start by taking all grains out of your diet. The hybridization, the genetically modified, the sprays, the chemicals, take grains out of your diet.
Warren: Get them out.
Dr. Pompa: Take grain-fed meat out of your diet. Watch what happens to you and your family’s health.
Warren: And your immune system.
Dr. Pompa: No doubt about it. So look. How do you become this healthy person? We know that our microbiome—stop using hand sanitizers. That’s how you prevent the dang flu because my microbiome is going to protect me. I’m not afraid. I’ll walk into the hospitals, and the places, and—with no fear. I’m not going to get it, and if I do, I will beat it down. So if I walk in on an immune compromised day, it’s not about avoidance, it’s about knowing that my immune system will, in fact, deal with it. It’s stop the insanity. You’re not going to hide from the bugs. You’re not going to kill the bugs. Stop and make sure there’s nothing in your soaps that says triclosan. It is a nasty, nasty…
Warren: They’re going to pull that off the market eventually.
Dr. Pompa: Eventually, but right now we know…
Warren: Because it’s causing cancer.
Dr. Pompa: It causes liver cancer, right, liver disease. I mean, all kinds of problems. You know, kidney problems, the list goes on. It’s in all the antibacterial things. You want a great insecticide, mix your antibacterial hand soaps in some water and it works as an insecticide and a weed killer. So use it for that, but don’t put it on your body.
Warren: Yeah. The guy that does the—around our office, that’s what he uses. He puts that into his sprayer, sprays it, and it kills all the weeds.
Dr. Pompa: Stop killing your microbiome. You want good skin? You want good immunity? Stop there. Again, antibiotics, could they save your life at a time? Absolutely. No doubt. Stop using Z-packs for every sinus infection. Stop using—let your body get sick, even if it takes a little longer. Your immune system, every time you fight something naturally, it gets stronger, and stronger, and stronger.
Warren: It’s like a library.
Dr. Pompa: It stores it.
Warren: Yeah. It stores it. It’s like a library, so it learns how to deal with these complex viruses, and obviously, a lot of viruses cause cancer.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah.
Warren: And so, if you’re smart—your body’s smart and you’ve allowed it to get the things it’s supposed to get over time, it does give you a better chance, according to research, not even to get cancer. So there’s a good reason to go through a little bit of that pain or to stay at home with your kid that day. That investment is investing into their future because you’re investing their health.
Dr. Pompa: Well said, actually. I mean, every time your child gets the flu, gets a cold, it’s an investment into their health later. Every time you allow your child to go through that sickness—and by the way, again, another show. Giving your kid aspirin, and Advil, and Tylenol to lower the fever, is irresponsible. Only a doctor should make a decision to lower a fever. Even then, I’d be very cautious. Meaning that there is a time, right? I mean, the fever, if you—a fever can rise to such a high level, but it’s not from the flu. I’ll tell that right now, and it’s not from the average infection. Meningitis, absolutely, that’s not a normal infection. That could be a time to lower the fever. If you take—your child swallows poison, the fever could rise to a level that would cause brain damage, but it’s not going to happen from a normal virus like the flu. A fever is there for a reason. What’s it doing? It’s killing off the virus. It’s rising up to 102, 103—and by the way, genetically, some people even go to 105. My son, Daniel, always spiked these 105 fevers.
Warren: Tuula went through a…
Dr. Pompa: I remember.
Warren: Yeah. I forget what the name of it was.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. She was 105.
Warren: Yeah. She was 104, 105.
Dr. Pompa: 104, 105, yeah.
Warren: And a lot of our friends got that same bug, whatever it was. It’s one of the common ones, and they did use aspirin to lower it. And Tuula, she was normal. Yet, at 104 temperature she’s playing. I mean, she’s a little—not as her bubbly self, but it’s only when it got up a little above 104 that she got, “I don’t feel well, mommy.” But she would—we would lower it doing—I don’t even know what we did. I did what you told us to do. I can’t remember what it was. I usually call Dr. Pompa.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. Put some peppermint oil on their forehead or the bottoms of their feet. Yeah.
Warren: I have that ability, so I don’t have to remember.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. And you don’t want to lower it. You can make your child comfortable. Even with wet compresses.
Warren: Yeah. We did that.
Dr. Pompa: Some peppermint oil dissipates heat. Evaporation dissipates heat. But you don’t want to lower their core temperature…
Warren: Yeah. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: Because their core temperature is up to deal with the virus, viruses can’t multiply over 102.
Warren: So the bathtub thing isn’t good.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. I mean, it can lower their core temperature too much.
Warren: So a warm bath or something.
Dr. Pompa: Right, that’s why compresses are better, but it’s—viruses don’t multiply over—and bacteria, over certain temperatures. So when the body, in its innate amazing intelligence, raises it up to over that temperature, now it’s going to win the battle. It gives the immune system a chance to actually beat it back as long as it’s not multiplied faster than it can win. So does it make sense to lower the—just to make your child feel more comfortable, to lower the temperature? Now you’re working against the immune system. So a lot of these virus and bacteria are going to go deeper at those points. And then you don’t build up the amount of memory cells that you need, and therefore, it’s creating immune problems later so that’s why lowering a temperature is very dangerous. I think most people watching this—moms would say, “Well, when do you make that decision?” If your child is delirious, not with it, literally, not responding, take your child to the hospital. Don’t lower the fever yourself. There’s something else wrong, so look for delusion—you know, I remember years ago, Dr. Robert Mendelsohn. He was a pediatrician who wrote the degree book on how to raise kids. When he was saying, “This antibiotic thing, this is crazy. You’re creating…”
Warren: Dr. Robert Mendelsohn. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: He was right. Dr. Robert Mendelsohn. I’ll give you the book. It’s still out there. “How to Raise Kids—How to Raise Healthy Kids Despite Your Medical Doctor.” “How to Raise Healthy Kids Despite Your Medical Doctor,” that is a really quick read, fantastic. It tells you when you should take your kid to the hospital. When you’re not—he said, the most dangerous visit, pediatrician visit, is the well visit. He says that’s the most dangerous visit because what happens is you go there, and they find things to do and to give your child. So that’s from a pediatrician. So that’s not my words. That’s from his words, but read the book. He talks about the real reality of vaccinations. Years ago he was on this. He talks about the real reality of rheumatic fever, antibiotic strep throat, earaches, etc.
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Dr. Pompa: When they’re done, share the show.
Warren: Share the show with your friends.
Dr. Pompa: This is information that you need. Okay. So let’s talk about things that you can do—we have a few minutes left. Things you can do just to keep your immune system up. I started it by saying stop the madness, right?
Dr. Pompa: Stop this. Stop this. Eating fermented foods really improves your microbiome, which is your first means of protection, right?
Warren: Your immune system, no one’s heard that your gut is your immune system.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah, exactly, so fermented vegetables, fermented dairy products, like—we carry it, Beyond Organic. These are grass-fed products, the Amasai, the SueroGold. I mean, these are our natural protectors, and they are putting bacteria that you can’t get in a pill in your gut that help your immune system work better.
Warren: By the way, if you’re coming to our store launch on October 11th, a Saturday coming up, in Pittsburgh area, we’re…
Dr. Pompa: We’re going to talk.
Warren: Yeah. Dr. Pompa’s going to be there doing a talk, and then, also, we’re going to have some of those products for people.
Dr. Pompa: Absolutely. So, okay, Vitamin D levels in the winter, this time of the year, are important, right?
Dr. Pompa: So taking extra Vitamin D, obviously, if people can’t get in the sun. If you’re one that’s not good at taking pills, you don’t have to take it every day. You could take 20-30,000 units at one time twice a week.
Warren: That’s what I do.
Dr. Pompa: That’s what I do too. Just throw it down. Take it with food, your biggest meal, instead of having to take it every day.
Warren: If you’re eating grass-fed dairy and cheeses, you’re getting lots of Vitamin D, Vitamin K.
Dr. Pompa: So always, caution, always take Vitamin D with other fat soluble vitamins. If you’re taking—go look in your cabinet now. If it’s Vitamin D without K, without A, without these other fat soluble vitamins, you can create functional deficiencies. DV3 is the product that we love, or the—and it’s from Systemic Formulas, and they have a liquid version too. So, okay. I mean, so fermented foods, Vitamin D—if someone is immune compromised, there’s a product called Gt. It’s G, capital G, t, from Systemic Formulas, and it’s a thymus product. Some people have a weakened thymus, and that plays into a longer term weakened immune system, and I would recommend that product.
Warren: I’ve taken it.
Warren: Yeah. Glutathione.
Dr. Pompa: The GCEL raises glutathione, which is part of it too. Again, we take that just maintenance. I take it every once in a while. You know, three or four GCEL at a time. I don’t even take it every day, but I maintain my intracellular glutathione levels. GCEL is—that’s what it was designed to do, and it’s way more powerful than Vitamin C. I mean, glutathione in your cell is 5,000 times more effective as an antioxidant than, in fact, Vitamin C. ASEA is amazing because it helps balance this redox. That’s the reduction and oxidation that your immune system utilizes. Therefore, if your body doesn’t oxidize normally, your immune system doesn’t work normally. So ASEA is something I would also recommend. If you start feeling like you’re getting sick, I would do 10, 12 ounces the days that you start feeling like you’re getting sick. It’s a liquid, folks. ASEA, A-S-E-A is how you spell that, and you can call the number on our website, and one of the gals can help you with that.
Warren: Yeah. Meredith or Erin will have that.
Dr. Pompa: So ASEA is what I take. So the Vitamin D, the ASEA, the GT, and one more, Ga Adrenals. If your adrenals get down, you’re not going to adapt to stress. That’s a problem. Capital G, small a, Adrenals. Those are the basics. Then the GCEL that I mentioned, so…
Warren: Then once someone gets sick…
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. There’s a product called VIVI that Systemic sells. It’s one of our favorites, right?
Warren: Yes. I carry it with me wherever I go.
Dr. Pompa: That’s a key product. So, okay, now, I’m going to spill the news. Like Warren said, he wanted me to get to this, and…
Warren: And we’re going to be late for the Systemic event at this point, but…
Dr. Pompa: I know. So we are launching a product about these bacteriophage. And there’s two bacteriophage products on the market, and I’ll just say this. It’s actually literally a virus. It injects its DNA into it. It’ll go into even itself, into the bacteria, bad guys. The cool thing about phage is they don’t mess like an antibiotic with your good bacteria. We can use these guys to target bad guys, and leave your good guys alone. The Russians, and the Western Europe, they use these things as first line of defense antibiotics, and it works. I mean, this is nothing new.
Warren: This is all over Europe. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: Absolutely, but, you know…
Warren: European hospitals use it.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. They’re natural, so drug companies can’t put patents on these things. But these phages are amazing how they work. They are target specific. One of the biggest problems is we’re trying to get good bacteria. Many of you are taking probiotics, eating fermented foods, and your gut’s still not just right. A lot of those bacteria just aren’t able to take hold, basically. So it’s like kind of trying to plant in an area new plants.
Warren: Too many weeds.
Dr. Pompa: Right, too many weeds and—those are the bad guys, and its soil that just doesn’t make the good guys flourish, right?
Dr. Pompa: So you’re trying to plant your tomato plants and wondering why they’re not growing fruit.
Warren: Yeah. There’s no good soil.
Dr. Pompa: Yeah. So what these guys do is they come in. They target all the weeds that are taking all the nutrients away, and now the good guys can flourish. So it’s really a prebiotic if you will, but we can target bad guys. Look. The time that I’ve been using these things, I’ve had great success with multiple different types of conditions, even including autoimmune. With this new product, I can’t tell why it’s so different than what’s out on the market, but it is. This is the first round of what we’re able to produce, and we’re going to keep expanding how many of these phages are in the product as we’re able to create more of them but amazing stuff folks. You know, phages are natural in our body. They’re everywhere. As a matter of fact, what’d he say? We have a 100 times more bacteriophage in us than our cells. So we have 10 times more bacterium. We have 100 times more of these little viruses that protect us.
Warren: The microbiome. So it’s the cells…
Dr. Pompa: Microbiome, yeah.
Warren: Yeah. Ten times more—now what’s the first one?
Dr. Pompa: Microbiome.
Warren: Microbiome is ten times your cells, and then…
Dr. Pompa: Microvirion.
Warren: Microvirion, another 100 times.
Dr. Pompa: So you’ve heard it here first that this is new research. I mean, I’ve got to tell you…
Warren: The microvirion, yeah.
Dr. Pompa: This is brand new stuff. How important our viruses are, our microvirion. I’m doing a lecture on it today, and that’s why we’re here in this hotel. So I can’t wait, brand new stuff. Stay tuned. We’ll talk more about it when we can talk more about it, but working with some really, really bright biochemists and…
Warren: Yeah. Thank God for Dr. Shayne Morris and Systemic.
Dr. Pompa: And others that have really led to some of these discoveries.
Warren: Yeah. Yeah.
Dr. Pompa: I’m the guy who makes it sound more simple. I’m the guy who brings it to you all, and we always try to bring these things first because we are on the cutting edge. I see people who have unexplainable conditions that they were given no hope for. And I’ll tell you this—and I had a conversation, he might be watching now, with a client of mine, and I said, “Man, you’re condition has inspired me to really dig in some of these holes that really”—I have loads of different studies on my computer just because of this one case that this gentleman has been everywhere trying to solve. The Mayo Clinic, everywhere. I mean, he’s a go-getter, and yet, no one has helped his problem. So it really inspires us to do some deeper research, and here we are. Now it’s going to benefit other people. So a lot of this research is absolutely amazing. We’re going to keep bringing it to our viewers, so stay tuned. Because like I said, I’m just giving you some glimpses of what we’re doing. So these are the things you can really do to get your body to fight off these viruses and everything that we’re fear mongering about. Listen. There’s nothing better than what God has already put in your body. Your immune system has an innate intelligence that knows better than any man, me, him, any doctor, and all we can do responsibly is remove the interference. Let the body do the healing.
Warren: Every time.
Dr. Pompa: Every time.
Warren: Get to the heal the cell, get well, guys. Thanks for watching. Share it with your friends. We’ll see you next week, signing off from Ogden, UT, Dr. Pompa and Warren Phillips. Take care guys. Have a blessed week.