Finding the energy to reverse the effects of the jab

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Finding the energy to reverse the effects of the jab

Survive the jab “light”.  2 weeks to regain your energy

Whether you decide to follow my survive the jab protocol, the world council for health protocol or the
Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FCCL) “post vaccine car protocol”, if you have a severe injury from the jab, you will have low energy. (I will discuss why I think you should  choose the survive the jab protocol in a subsequent post.)

All of these protocols require a lot of organisation and life style changes and with your energy and morale at a low ebb you may not feel energised or motivated enough to start on a protocol.  Remember: VIBRANT HEALTH IS THE BEST REVENGE.

There is also the fact that if a protocol is effective you will experience detox effects like nausea or headaches or a worsening of symptoms.  The more effective the protocol the stronger will be the detox effects.  I feel that only my own, all natural, non-pharma protocol  has an effective strategy (juice containing  black radish) to avoid any detox effects.

My own protocol includes the Seignalet (pronounce it “Saynyalay”) diet which the French professor of medicine used to reverse most. (91)  chronic diseases, and although on this pretty restrictive  diet,  some cooking at low temperature is allowed,  I recommend the 100% raw version of the diet which I follow myself.  So even without all the supplements, making juice,  etc. in the protocol this is a big change in your lifestyle.

So I have devised an easy to follow “salad is your friend” introductory phase to my survive the jab protocol based on the 100 year old food combining diet which will, I believe,  make you feel a lot better and give you the energy and motivation to dive in and do the full protocol when you are ready and it requires minimal organisation or effort.  Here it is:

2 week preparatory induction to the survive the jab protocol

All the drugs in the world cannot replace correct nutrition for proper healing. With your energy at a low ebb you may not feel like taking the time to eat healthy, nutritious meals and you may end up eating takeaways or other rubbish food. Here is the solution, based on the 100 year old therapeutic diet: “Food Combining”.  The meals  are very cheap to make, take minutes to prepare and you will feel greatly improved energy.


The FLCC recommend intermediate fasting.  This requires some organising and a big change in your routine.  There is a much easier, more effective way to fast, you can do it every day and it’s a very pleasant way of eating breakfast.  It’s from the “food combining” diet.  Simply have just fruit for breakfast.  Whatever fruit you fancy but don’t mix it with anything else.  So no strawberries and cream for example.  Just strawberries.

Fruit is digested in about 20 minutes.  It goes straight through your stomach and is rapidly digested in the small intestine.  So there is no burden on the liver and kidneys which can continue their job of cleaning house, unhindered by digestion. This adds another 4 or 6 hours to the 10 or so hours of fasting since your last meal of the day before.  Don’t eat fruit with lunch or dinner though.  But you can have fruit as a snack between meals if you want.


This is your “food combing” carbohydrate lunch. Try to have it around noon.

You don’t feel like cooking or preparing one of my Seignalet legal meals?  No sweat.  Simply open a supermarket bag of salad leaves into a big bowl.  Open and cut up an avocado, chop it up (cut out any brown bits) and add them to the salad. If you are feeling motivated you can add some cucumber or tomato and maybe some olives. (Make sure you cut out the seeds of the tomatoes which contain leptins which damage the lining of the gut).

In a small bowl, per person,  add one large teaspoonful of Dijon or French mustard, a little sea salt or rock salt (I prefer a few shakes of Thai fish sauce), one tablespoonful of apple cider vinager, 2 tablespoonfuls of extra virgin olive oil (use a vacuum wine saver stopper and pump to keep the olive oil fresh), then whisk it up with a fork and stir it into your salad.  I recommend adding some yeast flakes to the salad.

Buy some all year round grass fed butter,  (in the UK this means New Zealand butter) and spread it on rice cakes.  (The rice cakes and butter will be eliminated once we start the Seignalet diet proper.)

Make 3 days supply of “dashi” and have some miso soup at the end of the meal. (Miso soup is an appetite suppressant so only have it a the end of the meal.


Have this around 5 pm.

This is your food combining protein meal.  Same routine with the bag of salad, avocado,  French dressing and miso soup at the end of the meal.  This time,  instead of rice cakes you can add a soft boiled (5 minutes) egg, or some nuts or some sort of dried beef, (jerky or Bresaula), Italian or Spanish dried ham or saucisson etc.  You can have the egg salad 3 times a week. Egg is a wonderful protein food with a near perfect amino profile.


Grape seed extract.  One capsule when you wake up.  One before going to bed.

Vitamin d. 10,000 i.u’s.  Split the dose and have with your meals. If you are influenced by the medical propaganda to think this is a toxic dose,  well it isn’t.  It’s a safe dose and it will make you feel much better.  If you don’t currently take a vitamin d supplement,  take 60,000 i.u.s per day for 3 days running.  Get a simple, cheap, online fingerprick test.  You should aim for a serum vitamin d level of 100 ng/ml (highly sufficient).

Magnesium chloride hexahydrate.

Put 2 large tablespoonfuls in a jar of water.  Take a sip each morning.

Vitamin c

Click on the heading above then scroll right down to the heading “How to take vitamin c safely”.   The FCCL recommends 3 x 500 mg per day and  25 grams intravenous once a week. Good luck with finding someone who will give you an vitamin c I.V in the UK.  In the US or Canada you might be able to  find a naturopathic physician.

But you don’t need a physician to give you an IV because I tell you how to take 20 grams a day of vitamin c safely by the oral route at home.  Not a doctor in sight.  Just click on the heading/link above.  Ignore the rubbish medical propaganda about kidney stones (spouted also by the FCCL unfortunately). It’s so unlikely that it’s really a myth to keep you from finding out about the most powerful natural therapy there is and keep you addicted to their toxic drugs. Read my page on vitamin c to see what real vitamin c expert Dr. Thomas Levy says.  He has part ownership in the Riordan clinic which has given thousands of vitamin c IV’s.

If you are worried about kidney stones take a potassium citrate tablet every day. The South American herb Chanca Piedra (stone breaker) is also a very effective treatment for kidney stones.

From:The Healing Nutrients within page 110

In our clinic, we have used a combination of magnesium (500 to 1,000 mg, pyroxidine (100 mg), potassium citrate (75 mg),N-acetyl-cysteine (1 g) and fiber (bran) as a daily program to effectively treat kidney stones. Hundreds of people have been treated with this approach, which is both therapeutic and a preventative against recurrences. Using this protocol, recurrences are extremely rare.

The high dose of vitamin c is needed to repair the damage to the lining of your blood vessels and blood/brain barrier caused by the vaccine spike protein (read the page on vitamin c carefully).


Powerful, cheap, safe, over the counter supplement that dissolves bloody blood clots.  No drug comes close for safety or effectiveness.  Why is this not in the FCCL protocol? Are they really on our side?

Fish oil or Cod liver oil

1 tablespoonful a day.


4 grams ( a heaped teaspoonful) in a little water.

In this introductory phase, I’ve tried to keep it simple. There are other supplements you should be taking but see the full protocol for those when you feel energetic and motivated enough to do it. In the meantime,  taurine is essential because we need your gall bladder to be working properly and it needs taurine to make bile to detoxify your liver.   Many (all?) people with chronic conditions have defective gall bladders and cannot make bile.  Particularly MS sufferers.

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