I began looking up information on "tissue salts" which is something a biochemist named Schuessler proposed is essential to proper health, and so far all I can find are a bunch of hollistic websites that co-opt his findings for vegan living.
Schussler's theory is that tissue salts are various inorganic minerals that maintain healthy function of cells, like 3 forms of potassium salts (sulphate, chloride, phosphate), as well as salts of magnesium, silica, and some others. Most websites that come up from a cursory search list foods that contain these elements but it's all vegan, fruits, nuts, veg, but not so much as one mention of meat, dairy, or even eggs.
However, trying to find more information about his theory brought me to something else as I was trying to find information on virus theory (which I can find nothing on since everything now results in fucking covid articles).
I should start by saying that there seems to be a major lacking of evidence to support the claim that viruses make people sick at all, and even the father of vaccination is not a good argument that it works because of the biased conditions of the experiment.
>observe that milk maids get sores on hands from milking cows with a pox
>inject pus from sores into healthy boy
>healthy boy gets sick but eventually gets better
>conclude the boy will not get smallpox now
The obvious flaw is not knowing whether the boy would have come down with smallpox in the first place, so to conclude that him not getting sick is the result of being injected with pus from a cow is as scientifically sound as leeches sucking out the bad humors of an otherwise healthy person.
So far, it is assumed that viruses are these maybe-living/maybe-not packets of RNA that actively seek to infect a healthy cell to replicate, but have never been observed to do so, and have as mysterious an origin as the universe itself and are presumed to have always been present.
The idea that viruses are the cause of disease is based on just one observation:
>where you find a sick person, you can find viruses
Which fails to explain why a person can supposedly have a virus or be exposed to a virus from a sick person and not get sick themselves.
This lead me to "terrain theory", which was originally proposed by one physiologist but later expanded upon by Antione Bechamp, who said "The germ is nothing, the terrain is everything", meaning "the germ is no more the cause of disease than maggots are the cause of the rotten flesh they consume", further expanding that if the terrain of the body is imbalanced, that is the cause of disease, nothing is sterile in natuer, we have microbes within us and around us all the time and this is how it has always been, but our cells become diseased from the imbalance of our body and germs are merely scavanging the already dead and sick cells.
This would be the most credible explanation as to why you can be around sick people all the time and never become sick yourself. So then the question is, if the terrain is more important than the germ, why did the boy get sick from the cow pus?
The secretions from boils and sores, pus and mucus are the result of the body excreting toxins, as the body heals it has to get rid of the bile, dead cells, and toxins excreted from bacteria preying on our sick cells, so injecting that into someone is no different than injecting poison into an otherwise healthy body.
The widely accepted theory however is germ theory, which was popularized by Louie Pasteur, whose solution to fight disease is to identify and kill every individual microbe to keep the body sterile.
The science of vaccines is based entirely on superstition, the belief that healthy people will stay healthy because they injected toxic cellular excreta into their body before they could become unhealthy, much like a baseball player would stroke a rabbit's foot on a keychain to ensure he plays a good game, and then be assured that it was rubbing the rabbit's foot and not his years of discipline that allowed him to hit a home run. After it's over, there's no way to prove you would have gotten sick without it.
Everything points me back to the old philosophy:
>Food be thy medicine.