Thank you so much for stopping by! Time appears to be flying by way too fast and I'm looking to do something exciting with the rest of my life. I'll be starting an online fitness business called "GoBeDo" sometime this year. Be sure and check in. You'll learn about High Interval Training, Yoga, Body weight exercise, Spartan races, Functional training and whole lot more. Real $hit, for Old Timers like me. Why? We only have one shot at a grandiose and fulfilling life. Let's get busy creating one. Remember, it's the start that stops most people. The last thing I want to take to my grave is "regret!"
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Guapo (Grandpa Jasso)

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

What is Tamiflu? Technically, it's CHEMO. Really!

Scamiflu! Drugs called Tamiflu are chemicals (ethyl (3R,4R,5S)-5-amino-4-acetamido-3-(pentan-3-yloxy)-cyclohex-1-ene-1-carboxylate) that are said to prevent flu or treat the flu. This CDC-approved and recommended-for-all chemotherapy has been shown to cause more vomiting and diarrhea.  Roche, the maker, has refused to release the data from studies on the effectiveness of Tamiflu to independent researchers for over three years.

Chemotherapy? Yes, according to the medical definition at dictionary.com (and others), chemotherapy is the treatment of disease by means of chemicals that have a specific toxic effect upon the disease-producing microorganisms or that selectively destroy cancerous tissue. So technically this is what Tamiflu therapy is.

Prevention? If you were given a $120 dollar bottle of mints and told it would prevent the flu, it would seem to work 90% of the time. This is because, on average, you already have a 90% chance of not getting the flu, give or take. If you still get the flu, you are told you were infected before starting the therapy—but the mints have made your flu milder than it would have been. You may be told a few people will still get the flu during or after eating the mints because mints are not 100% effective, but if you don’t take it you have no protection at all.

Treatment? Let’s say you’ve had the flu already for a couple days. The CDC says to hurry in as soon as flu-like symptoms appear. The doctor gives you the mints and says you will eventually feel better and the flu will go away. Sure enough, you recover. You will start to feel better the next day or two—as would with folks who just stayed home, rested, and drank plenty of water.

But Tamiflu pills are not mints, they are a drug—and all drugs have adverse effects. However, it does appear you would be better off taking mints rather than Tamiflu.

The Tamiflu Deception


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