In this episode of the Health Ranger Report
, Health Ranger Mike Adams speaks with Jonathan Landsman, the founder of the Fatty Liver docu class, to discuss the importance of a healthy liver.
Right off the bat, the pair talk about keeping the liver healthy, and how transplants are not always necessary for those who have problems with their liver.
Landsman talks about how big hospitals would rather watch their patients die than actually help them find ways to stay healthy.
This was true a few years ago, and it seems that this remains true today, amid the coronavirus pandemic, where hospitals would rather hold effective medication to follow "protocol."
Landsman emphasized that lifestyle plays a part in health, and with the amount of junk food being consumed by people daily, kidney and liver disease already affects the health before anyone is even aware of the damage done.
During the pandemic, a failing liver, for instance, can significantly impact the chance of getting better from COVID-19. Landsman pointed out that health practitioners knew those who had died because of the virus really had comorbidities that severely impacted their health.
These comorbidities include poor kidney and liver function, cardiovascular diseases, obesity or diabetes, among others. (Related: French infectious disease expert warns about dangers of COVID-19 vaccine
mRNA vaccines unhealthy for the liver
Landsman says in the segment that people have been asking which shots are better, and he believes none of them are: the shots are toxic to the liver and bloodstream.
Adams points out that mRNA vaccines contain polyethylene glycol (PEG), which affects the liver. There are plenty of warnings regarding the ingestion of the chemical, and yet, the vaccine is being injected right into the system. There is not enough evidence that the mRNA vaccines are safe, considering that they are manufactured for "emergency use" only.
Immunocompromised patients, including solid organ transplant recipients, have not been included in the COVID-19 vaccine large trials, so there is a lack of data in this population.
There had been multiple COVID-19 vaccines developed at an unprecedented rate, but there are also common adverse effects that come with them. Some adverse effects of vaccines include pain
at the vaccine site, fever, fatigue, headache, arthralgia, myalgia, lymphadenopathy and severe effects like anaphylactic reaction.
Drug-induced hepatotoxicity is also a reported adverse event due to a COVID-19 vaccine.
In a case study presented
, a 61-year-old woman showed adverse effects after she had her second shot of the Pfizer vaccine, she began showing signs of adverse effects from the vaccine. After several tests, her clinical picture and laboratory findings showed liver injury due to the vaccine, and her liver function levels continued to trend down.
Drug-induced hepatotoxicity leads to almost 50 percent of cases of liver failure. In cases when acute liver failure (ALF) is suspected, liver transplant referral is important due to the high ALF mortality rates.
From spontaneous reports of patients who received mRNA vaccines in the U.K. between December 9, 2020, and May 26, 2021, there had been as many as 45 cases of patients having abnormal liver function analysis, while three patients were found to have a drug-induced liver injury.
In the case of the woman, a review of medications and history did not reveal any other reason for hepatotoxicity. She also denied using any other over-the-counter medications or supplements. In her case, the Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 vaccine is likely the cause of hepatotoxicity in the patient.
In the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA trial, 0.6 percent of the patients presented with liver disease.
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