The medical-industrial complex is making life so miserable for the average American in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) that once a vaccine is unveiled to make it all go away, hordes of mindless sheep will line right up to take it. But new research suggests that fat people will likely not benefit from any future injections because vaccines only work on skinny people, apparently.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, obesity directly interferes with the ability of pretty much all vaccines to do their job, meaning fat people may as well not even take them. Oh, the system still wants everyone to get jabbed, of course, but the latest claim is that fat people will not derive as much benefit from chemical injections as thinner people.
“Will we have a COVID vaccine next year tailored to the obese? No way,” says Raz Shaikh, an associate professor of nutrition at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, about what the obese population can expect once Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are unleashed. “Will it still work in the obese? Our prediction is no.”
Shaikh is basing this assessment largely on a study out of China, which found that heavier people who test positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) tend to get sicker or die at higher rates compared to thinner people who test positive. The fatter you are, in other words, the more likely you are to develop serious complications or die while infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
Here in the United States, experts likewise claim that obese patients at ICUs in numerous major cities are suffering worse outcomes compared to thinner patients. The reason, it would seem, is that being fat interferes with the body’s natural immune response, causing it to be less efficient or fail at keeping a person healthy and disease-free.
Adipose tissue in the belly, liver, and other organs is particularly problematic because it sends out molecules like the hormone leptin that many scientists believe induces a state of chronic inflammation throughout the body. This chronic inflammation then interferes with the immune response to diseases, as well as to vaccines.
“A healthy immune system turns inflammation on and off as needed, calling on white blood cells and sending out proteins to fight infection,” Kaiser Health News reports.
“But blood tests show that obese people and people with related metabolic risk factors such as high blood pressure and elevated blood sugar levels experience a state of chronic mild inflammation; the inflammation turns on and stays on.”
All around the world, research has found that obese people respond poorly to vaccines compared to their thinner counterparts. In many cases, vaccines flat-out do nothing in the morbidly obese, who typically develop other serious health problems in addition to the infectious diseases for which they lack immunity.
“Obesity is a serious global problem, and the suboptimal vaccine-induced immune responses observed in the obese population cannot be ignored,” wrote researchers from the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group in a 2015 study published in the journal Vaccine.
Another group that stands to not benefit from any Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is the elderly who, like the obese, tend to not respond very well to vaccines in general. This is why conventional medical experts are constantly haranguing older people to get flu shots every year because their line of thinking is that the more vaccines older people get, the better their chances of gaining perhaps some immunity.
Our takeaway is that the elderly, just like the obese – and really everyone of any age – would do best to skip Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines entirely. After all, they are only being manufactured to make some people extremely rich at the expense of public health.
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