Dr. M... Excellent list and post. Have been pitching this for years. A couple of notes to consider with these items:

Statins ("cholesterol" meds) are one of the most over-prescribed meds on the planet (and, most lucrative) and many here are probably taking these things. These meds block K2 uptake and block Coenzyme Q-10 production (an energy molecule in muscle) - both vital for heart health. I would argue that it is malpractice to put people on these things without CoQ-10 supplementation. Their use potentially increases Type II diabetes more than 30%, but may extend your life 1-3 days as an absolute benefit! They do seem to have anti-inflammatory effect and that may be their main positive effect. Oh... They block testosterone formation in males. There is NO benefit for an 80 year old to be taking these drugs! Years ago I had an elderly patient break down in my exam chair one day decrying the fact that she could not afford food because of the money needed for her meds -- one was a statin that was about $300/month. They will not make you live longer and healthier.

Metformin (used for diabetes and ovarian cystic disease) blocks B12 absorption and that can lead to tremendous neural dysfunction. Monthly B12 injections are the best way to cope...

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This is amazingly encouraging news and exactly the research that needs to happen to keep humanity from falling off a cliff. It is also perfect for an article I have in the works.

Robert, would you be willing to use your megaphone to help me fulfill my dream of getting German Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach to resign? I am also asking the German Bundestag to reject the Infection Protection Act amendments and reverse all COVID legislation.

Ambitious, I know, but that’s why I need everyone’s help getting #FireKarlLauterbach trending with a link to this letter:

* “Letter to the German Bundestag” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-the-german-bundestag)

Thanks to everyone who helps me with my latest madcap endeavor! 🙌

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Hello Dr Malone, I am a swedish woman living in Portugal and just wanted to say you are my light in the tunnel.I am more than grateful for everything you do to lead us out into the field of truth, especially now as the world seems beriddled by false statements. I write for a swedish internet newspaperabout Covid and the jab, i have been able to convince my children and grandchildren not to take the jab.. So far so good. I always use your information to verify the scientific truth in the midst of this chaos. You are careful with your choice of words, you are respectful and informative, i love the way you treat your wife Jill, I amire you fully for your dedication and foremost, I am in such gratitude for your immense courage. I know what you are exposing yourself to... So thank you infinitely and know you have many admirers in Sweden as well. God bless your soul and Jill your wife and your family.

ps I have had horses and I see you have a horsefarm. That makes me like you eaven more. Please recieve my deepst admiration and never give up. Big warmm hug Kerstin (Salen)

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K2 and taurine is readily available in meats, eggs and dairy. People who forgo these natural foods we were designed (evolved) to prefer should take supplements. Magnesium is a bigger problem since it has been leached out of agricultural soils by generations of industrial farming. Most people are deficient. Since vitamin D metabolism and lots of other processes require magnesium, most people are also deficient in bioavailable D, which leads to other malfunctions, like immune definpciencies that produce more serious infections from routine pathogens like sars2. Other symptoms can be heart arrhythmia and leg cramps. Carolyn Dean has written good descriptions of the magnesium problem.

I discovered while I was experimenting vegan that I was overdosing on foods high in oxalates, a chemical pretty toxic to humans but common in most plants. It's their defense mechanism. Oxalate binds to calcium and magnesium, causing all sorts of problems, but reducing the magnesium available for normal metabolic function. I ratcheted up to very high doses of magnesium without my symptoms abating until I discovered my oxalate problem. I changed my diet to reduce oxalates, my symptoms resolved, and I now take more normal doses of magnesium supplement.

We're just a bag of chemicals. It's important to keep them balanced.

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“Nitric Oxide My final player on this list is nitric oxide (NO). It is almost impossible to overstate the importance of nitric oxide (NO) on cardiovascular health. It was discovered about the same time as endothelial progenitor cells during the mid-1990s. For many years it was considered impossible that nitric oxide could exist in the human body. It is a gas–or it would be if you could get enough molecules to gang together. It consists of one oxygen atom and one nitrogen atom. It is chemically written NOˉ. That floating minus sign means it has a free electron, and is a free radical, the free-est of free radicals. It should, in theory, react with anything it comes into contact with. Indeed, in any quantity it should explode, so fast would the reaction be. Which, in fact, it does. Because one source of nitric oxide is nitro-glycerine, which is one of the most powerful conventional explosives known. Interestingly, if you have angina, and you stick nitro-glycerine under your tongue your angina will disappear. Doctors don’t call it nitro-glycerine, they call it glyceryl tri-nitrate (GTN). But it is the same thing. In fact, it was workers at Alfred Nobel’s dynamite factories who first noticed that if they were–extremely carefully–stirring the nitro-glycerine mix, their angina went away. Alfred Nobel, who also had angina, refused to take glyceryl tri-nitrate when it was first developed. Maybe he thought he would explode. Which would have buggered up the Nobel Prize somewhat. For well over a hundred years, no-one had any idea exactly why glyceryl tri-nitrate got rid of angina–if only temporarily. It was then discovered that it stimulated nitric oxide synthesis. At one time, nitric oxide used to be called EDRF–endothelium derived relaxation factor. Doctors knew that something unknown, produced by the endothelium, opened up (dilated) blood vessels, they just didn’t know what it was. Turns out it was a hyper radical, potentially explosive, gas. Who knew? However, nitric oxide does far, far, more than to simply dilate narrowed coronary arteries, which is the underlying cause of angina. It also lowers blood pressure by opening up arteries elsewhere in the body. In addition, it stimulates the production of new endothelial progenitor cells in the bone marrow. If that were not enough, nitric oxide prevents anything sticking to the glycocalyx/ endothelium. In fact, it is the most powerful anticoagulant agent known. I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say that nitric oxide is the single most important molecule for cardiovascular health there is. Which means anything that reduces its production will increase the risk of CVD, and vice-versa. “Adequate levels of endothelial NO are important to preserve normal vascular physiology—in the face of diminished NO bioavailability, there is endothelial dysfunction, leading to increased susceptibility to atherosclerotic disease.” 69 Nitric oxide is also where CVD and erectile dysfunction overlap. “Nitric oxide (NO) is a physiologic signal essential to penile erection, and disorders that reduce NO synthesis or release in the erectile tissue are commonly associated with erectile dysfunction.” 70 If you have erectile dysfunction, and you rub glyceryl tri-nitrate cream on your penis, it can give you an erection. Glyceryl tri-nitrate cream has been called ‘dynamite’ cream because, yes, dynamite contains a very high concentration of nitro-glycerine. A little play on words. ‘I’m dynamite in bed, baby… ding, dong. Kaboom.’ Yes, if you increase nitric oxide in the blood vessels of the penis, you will treat erectile dysfunction. Which is how Viagra (sildenafil) works. 71 The slight irony here is that Viagra was being developed as a drug to treat angina–opening up the arteries in the heart. The volunteers in the early clinical trials did not hand their tablets back, which was unusual. The rest, as they say, is history. A further thing that you might not expect is that the action of sunlight on the skin creates nitric oxide. This lowers the blood pressure and has major benefits on CVD, outlined in the paper “Sunlight Has Cardiovascular Benefits Independently of Vitamin D.” “Skin contains significant stores of nitrogen oxides, which can be converted to NO by UV radiation and exported to the systemic circulation. Human studies show that this pathway can cause arterial vasodilatation and reduced BP.” 72 Which may well be why avoiding the sun can be as bad for you as smoking. A fact described in this Swedish study “Avoidance of sun exposure as a risk factor for major causes of death: a competing risk analysis of the Melanoma in Southern Sweden cohort”: “Nonsmokers who avoided sun exposure had a life expectancy similar to smokers in the highest sun exposure group, indicating that avoidance of sun exposure is a risk factor for death of a similar magnitude as smoking. Compared to the highest sun exposure group, life expectancy of avoiders of sun exposure was reduced by 0.6–2.1 years. “The longer life expectancy amongst women with active sun exposure habits was related to a decrease in CVD.” 73 Here, then, is the power of that little molecule nitric oxide revealed. Which is why I am contemplating having a new line of t-shirts printed. ‘Say YES to NO’. Specifically designed to be taken off outdoors.”

— The Clot Thickens: The enduring mystery of heart disease by Malcolm Kendrick


Another reason to move to sunny Florida……😂🤪👌

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Aug 23, 2022·edited Aug 25, 2022

Hope Dr. Malone sees this. It was being pushed on our State NPR affiliates this morning, basically saying that Ivermectin and Fluvoxamine were ineffective against COVID -- without the more qualified findings in the actual article of course: https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa2201662 Would be interested in seeing Dr. Malone's response.

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I learned about Vit K2 from the FLCCC.net protocols. I had never heard of it before. I have been following their immunity protocol for a while now. The ratio of Vit D to Vit K2 is 10,000 IU Vit D to 100 mcg Vit K2 (MK-7).

I have been taking Magnesium for a long while now but only recently learned about Magnesium Glycinate.

Thank you so much for posting this information.

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Aug 23, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr. Malone helped create a new uncensored platform. Open to everyone. A forum covering C•19: it’s history, biology, public policies, treatment options, v-safety, + more. Sign-Up: https://forum.demed.com/COVID/posts You can also find him at https://globalcovidsummit.org/ Please check out his sites and share.

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Aug 23, 2022·edited Aug 23, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

In addition,

• the #1 heart destroyer is not #Cholesterol, it's #Sugar (#RefinedCarbs & #SeedOils)

• #Sunshine is much more than just than Vitamin D3, it stimulates AMP (Antimicrobial Peptide) production and the generation of NO (Nitric Oxide) which dilates the vascular system. n.b. Tyrosine resonates with UV light.

• the preferred fuel of heart & brain is #KetoneBodies

• a CAC (Coronary Artery Calcification) score can help with diagnosis of cardiovascular status

• the heart remodels with obesity.

• Lastly, some thoughts relating to my arrythmias


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“Reduction of those key minerals, especially potassium and magnesium, is often enough to trigger atrial fibrillation. 7”

“Magnesium does not act like blood-thinning drugs but instead helps prevent blood clots by preventing excess calcium from triggering them, and it naturally balances the blood clotting factors in the blood as required.”

— The AFib Cure: Get Off Your Medications, Take Control of Your Health, and Add Years to Your Life by DR.John D. Day


“Anxiety and panic attacks. When the adrenals are no longer protected by sufficient magnesium, the fight-or-flight hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline become more easily triggered, and when they surge erratically, they cause a rapid pulse, high blood pressure, and heart palpitations. In fact, the more magnesium deficient you are, the more exaggerated is the adrenaline release. On this page, I say, “There are over a dozen major metabolic processes that are affected by adrenaline.… Each of these functions requires magnesium and leads to wasting of this important mineral if the symptoms continue.” Magnesium calms the nervous system and relaxes muscle tension, helping reduce anxiety and panic attacks.”

— The Magnesium Miracle (Revised and Updated) by Carolyn Dean M.D. N.D


“Heart disease. As noted, the heart, specifically the left ventricle, has the highest amount of magnesium in the whole body. Magnesium deficiency is common in people with heart disease, and taking magnesium can reduce that risk. IV magnesium can prevent myocardial infarction damage and cardiac arrhythmia if given at the onset of a heart attack. I’m very concerned that many people are diagnosed with heart disease and put on at least six heart medications and before long may be told they have heart failure when all along they had magnesium deficiency. Unfortunately, most of the drugs used in treating heart disease drain magnesium from the body. The statins are especially damaging because they are mostly fluoride compounds that bind magnesium, making it unavailable in the body.”

— The Magnesium Miracle (Revised and Updated) by Carolyn Dean M.D. N.D


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Aug 23, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

In the "during covid time" and in the "post covid world", which is effectively also "post vaccination time", we have millions of active people who try to minimize their symptoms by taking almost hundred of different medications. And every time, when we do not accumulate that data we are making our solutions weaker. We need an app which allows to keep tracking on dosages, compare them anonymously with other members of society, and provide averages, which might be helpful for people, at least to minimize possible harm.

I truly believe, that Robert's Malone recommendations passed through the highest level of critical analysis and for the most people will be beneficial. But how it would be nice to say, for example:

People who have taken 1mg/kg of Vit K have 30% more benefits than those who are taking 0.5mg/kg...

This is a big statistical task, but there is nothing impossible. We are calculating market trends like crazy, why we can't accumulate big medical data on our own, having our own analysis, our own (non-government) public servers?

My biggest concern is that our knowledge is 2 years late just in regard to Covid and "vaccines", our understanding of medications should not be based on the biased "opinion" of 98% of all MD in the US. We should and can have our own systems of control and it should be easy for regular people to use it.

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Aug 23, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr. Malone, I trust and value your guidance. I have peripheral neuropathy and when I read your opinion of K2-MK7 I bought some immediately.

Both you and Dr. McCullough are hailed as the heroes you are for the stand you have both taken to speak the truth in the face of vicious tyranny tearing you down. You both have honored humanity and the traditions of medicine with your work. You are respected and supported by us.

Take care, my friend. Mo Anam Cara.

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Dr Malone, Thanks for the information and I love the links to source materials.

I wish it was easier to find a doctor that did not use drugs as a first reaction to problems. We have figure out this for ourselves. Typically from word of mouth or from health food stores.

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Thank you for this helpful information!

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Dr. Malone , The fatigue for me was terrible 😞( unjabbed and got Covid 2 years ago) and as an avid athlete, very troublesome to me. I became interested in improving my mitochondrial health . Amazing how these processes are all intertwined. Thanks for the taurine education. 🤗

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Aug 23, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I heard about K-2 when researching taking high doses of V D3. My wife and I have been using it for about a year now. It is my understanding that it help store V D3 in the bones rather than the tissues. Dr. John Cambell is where I heard about it.

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