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How Vitamin C Can Counteract the Harmful Effects of Immunization


According to the World Health Organization, immunization is defined as the process of making a person immune or resistant to a certain type of infectious disease through the administration of vaccines. Last month, we discussed how harmful vaccines can be – mostly due to trace amounts of mercury found in them. Likewise, the unnatural process of immunization through vaccinations comes with many threats to overall health. In Michael Dye’s book, “Vaccinations: Deceptions & Tragedy, The Truth About Vaccines and the Dangers They Pose,” Dr. Richard Moskowitz stated that immunization can be far more harmful than helpful to the human body.

“Immunization can be far more harmful than helpful to the human body.”

“Far from producing a genuine immunity, vaccines may actually interfere with or suppress the natural immune response,” he said. “By making it difficult or impossible to mount a vigorous, acute response to infection, artificial immunization substitutes a much weaker chronic response with little or no tendency for the body to heal itself spontaneously.”

Let’s take a closer look at some of the harmful side effects that come with immunizations and vaccinations, and how vitamin C can lend a helping hand to restoring your body back to health.

Harmful Effects of Immunization
Beyond compromising the immune system – which goes against everything immunization claims to be – this process wreaks even more havoc to overall health and well-being. According to Dr. Mercola, there are over a dozen dangerous side effects linked to vaccination. Some of those include:

  • Pneumonia.
  • Encephalitis.
  • Meningitis.
  • Measles.
  • Febrile seizures.
  • Short-term joint pain.
  • Anaphylaxis.
  • Shoulder inflammation.
  • Conjunctivitis.

It’s unfortunate that “health experts” encourage vaccinations to solve one problem, when they ultimately have the chance of producing side effects that could be even more dangerous than the initial issue.

How to Counteract the Harmful Effects
If you or any of your family members have been vaccinated in the past, now’s the time to be proactive about your health and reconsider making the same decision in the future. If you do choose to go through with a vaccination, however, Vitamin C can counteract the harmful effects. Vitamin C is one of the most anti-toxin substances available according to Dr. Thomas Levy, author of Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins. Taking large amounts of supplemental vitamin C before the vaccination, immediately after and for at least 24 hours following the vaccination is important. Getting enough vitamin C is critical. At least 10 grams a day during this period is recommended, possibly more, up to bowel tolerance. Liposomal vitamin C is more effective in getting to the cellular level, so it may be more protective even at lower doses as well.

How does it work? Vitamin C is an anti-toxin. According to, vitamin C has proven to neutralize the toxicity of mercury in chemical forms. In a study, animals that received fatal doses of mercury chloride were given vitamin C to prevent their death – and it was successful.

Broccoli is a beneficial vegetable that's rich in vitamin C.Broccoli is a beneficial vegetable that’s rich in vitamin C.

You see, vitamin C has a reputation for boosting the immune system to optimal levels. This vital nutrient has the ability to protect your body against infection, viruses and bacterial toxins. With or without harmful vaccinations in your body, vitamin C can provide the assistance your immune system needs to thrive, helping you live a long, fulfilling life, free of harmful side effects.

By following a primarily raw, plant-based diet, you can get the immune-boosting nutrients you need on a daily basis. Vitamin C rich foods include apples, strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, cabbage, green leafy vegetables, beets and sprouts.

Additionally, when your immune system is being overwhelmed consider adding supplemental vitamin C as a great anti-toxin.


  1. The article on GMO, s. Is new to me and we Senior s
    Need to know more because we eat packaged foods for convenience!!!!!
    The article by Scott Laird was excellent!! Koodles to him from our seniors. We eat packaged cereals a lot, can he give us information on those especially, because we even eat them dry as a snack, daily, like General Mills cheerios, Kellogs rice Krispies, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and prepackaged microwave oatmeal, ????????
    This is half our snacks and one or two meals !!!

    We would appreciate knowing, and what is better and convenient. Thank you. Anna

  2. Jennifer Corson June 21, 2017

    This is great information on Vitamin C. It’s also great to know the foods that are rich in Vitamin C so we can be sure to include them in our daily diet.

  3. Annette Whitworth October 22, 2019

    This was some good information about the Vitamin C. Learning this was very important to me; you can get the immune-boosting nutrients you need on a daily basis. Vitamin C rich foods include apples, strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, cabbage, green leafy vegetables, beets and sprouts. Most of these fruits and vegetables my family already eat. Thanks again.

  4. I agree. It is sad and frustrating that so many people in our society think vaccines are “safe and effective.” If only they would realize that vaccines are interfering with the body’s natural method of protecting itself. In most cases vaccines are not worth the risks, side effects and long term negative consequences they cause.

  5. This is great, it says to take 10 grams. How much is 10 grams, all the bottles says mg or mcg not grams?

    • Melody Hord October 25, 2019

      Hi Ken,
      1000mg = 1 gram.
      With the liposomal vitamin C, Hallelujah Diet suggests taking a tsp. around 6 times daily as an aggressive approach for short term. (That would be 6 grams.) Please find full information here on the Super Immune Booster Kit.

  6. Thanks for the information on Vitamin C. We use it pretty aggressively in our household during cold and flu season to help protect us, but I was not aware that it could help offset some of the possible symptoms and side effects of vaccines. While some people choose not to be vaccinated or have their children vaccinated, there are some professions that require specific immunizations. Even the military has certain requirements that must be met before overseas deployments.

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