Fish Oil Supplements Linked To Lower Risk Of Heart Disease And Death
April 20, 2020
Professor At Health Sciences University In Istanbul Confirms Vitamin C Is Effective Against Coronavirus
April 20, 2020

World Health Organization Says DR Congo Ebola Outbreak Still International Emergency


The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is extending its global emergency designation of the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


The WHO’s announcement came a day after the DR Congo had been expected to announce that its Ebola outbreak was over. But just as the WHO’s emergency committee met to decide whether to lift its declaration of a so-called ‘Public Health Emergency of International Concern’, three new cases were reported.

At the time of a previous major Ebola outbreak that took place in Western Africa in 2014, Dr. Rath described how the epidemic provided an opportunity to embrace natural medicine. Today, however, despite widespread media coverage of the current outbreak, a crucial scientific fact continues to be ignored: the Ebola virus causes disease and death only in humans and nonhuman primates. Other natural hosts of this dangerous virus are not known to develop the disease. Even though some animals can carry the Ebola virus for many years, they remain unaffected by it.

There is an explanation for this. Most animals synthesize vitamin C in their bodies in huge amounts. Vitamin C, being one of the most powerful antiviral agents of nature, is apparently able to prevent, or at least limit, the disastrous health consequences of the Ebola virus. In the case of fruit-eating bats, an animal unable to synthesize vitamin C, their diet consists almost exclusively of fresh fruits that are high in vitamin C content. Thus, although carrying the virus, they are protected from it.

In contrast, humans cannot produce a single molecule of vitamin C in their bodies and frequently suffer from vitamin deficiencies due to insufficient dietary intake. This makes the human body susceptible to Ebola and other viruses. Thus, it is not surprising that the characteristic symptoms of the Ebola infection – massive blood loss through leaky blood vessel walls – bear a striking resemblance to the well-defined vitamin C deficiency symptoms of the sailors’ disease, scurvy.

The antiviral properties of vitamin C and other micronutrients have been proven beyond any scientific doubt. The continued failure of the WHO to take advantage of these lifesaving scientific facts is a crime against humanity.

Read article at