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Thousands of Scientists Now Agree That Scores of Dietary Ingredients Are Capable of Increasing COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy, Decreasing Vaccine Side-Effects, Enhancing Immune System Responsiveness and Deterring a Broad Spectrum of Viruses and Viral Illnesses
London-based research institute The Academy of the Third Millennium has released the Fourth Edition of its publication 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet' (2022) which provides an up-to-date report on the anti-viral properties of over fifty dietary ingredients. Most significantly, this new edition shares groundbreaking research which confirms that the healthiness of a person's diet - someone's nutritional intake - affects their response to COVID-19 vaccines. PRESS ARTICLE
This page provides some information about the scientific research project 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet'. To learn more, search through the pages of this website, including the Database of Evidence in support of 52 Anti-Viral Dietary Ingredients. To learn more about the 'AVD' Publication, visit www.AVD.Today or click below to read a recent Press Article re: 'AVD'.
It turns out that a specific group of micronutrients have been identified that increase the response of people's immune systems to the COVID-19 vaccines, especially in the case of the elderly. This is clearly good news, as it means that there is something that can be done - apart from the taking of vaccines and booster shots - in order to increase the effectivity of the Coronavirus vaccine programs that have been rolled out worldwide.
The 'Anti-Viral Diet' official report brings together extensive evidence from over 2000 scientists, in support of the anti-viral properties exhibited by fifty-two naturally occurring chemicals - most of them found in easily available foods. Overall, the majority of research presented in favor of an anti-viral diet comes from peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals, though reference is also made to many studies still in progress and findings shared pre-publication.
The broad base of science data provided in 'AVD' appears to prove that 'dietary antivirals' exist, some of which work in similar ways to pharmaceutical antivirals. For example, it emerges that a common flavonoid chemical called 'rutin' - found in apples, plums, buckwheat and many more foods - has been shown to have anti-viral properties against SARS-CoV-2 that exceed those of ritonavir, a medicinal antiviral.
This is certainly significant information, as ritonavir is one of the two antivirals that are combined together in Pfizer's recent oral antiviral COVID pill 'Paxlovid ', which, after successful trials last year, has been announced as having: "reduced risk of hospitalization or death by 89%" and was released for emergency use. Head-to-head testing of the anti-viral efficacy of Rutin against Paxlovid has not yet been undertaken, though Rutin has been a widely used natural anti-viral pill in China for decades and has been utilized there as a effective treatment during the current pandemic.
A central finding of the 'AVD' report is that the past century of food science research has shown that human immunity is actively increased by dozens of known dietary ingredients, resulting in the body's ability to mount a more powerful response against a broad spectrum of viruses. Of course, with the vast amount of vaccines being received globally against COVID-19, any factors that are shown by science to improve vaccine responsiveness are going to be welcome.
Philip Calder, Professor of Nutritional Immunology at the University of Southampton, and Margaret Rayman, Professor of Nutritional Science at the University of Surrey, submitted the document 'Optimising COVID-19 vaccine efficacy by ensuring nutritional adequacy' to UK parliament last year, published in the print-version of the 'British Journal of Nutrition' on 28th December 2021. They explain that: "An effective immune response requires an adequate host nutritional status. In recognising this, the European Food Safety Authority has authorised nutrient function health claims for vitamins A (including β-carotene), B6, B9 (folate), B12, C and D, and the minerals Zn, Se, Fe and Cu based on scientific assessment of their contributions to the normal functioning of the immune system".
The professors go on to explain that, "immune impairments have been linked to poor vaccine responses" and moreover that: "A cause-and-effect relationship between micronutrient status and vaccination responses has been demonstrated through randomised controlled trials. Such trials in older people have shown better responses to vaccination after an intervention". It will certainly be important to conduct further tests and trials in this area, to see how key micronutrients affect the level of COVID-19 vaccine efficacy against the variety of humanly transmissible strains of SARS-CoV-2.
With over 300 pages of additional evidence (since the first edition) corroborating the anti-viral ingredients identified in Phase 1 of this research project, the 4th Edition of 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet' provides the best representation yet of how far we have progressed in the area of dietary antivirals. Edouard d'Araille, Project Lead of the initial phase of 'AVD', writes: "The last few years have witnessed quantum leaps in areas of food science - above all nutritional immunology and dietetics - and virology, epidemiology, and the study of infectious diseases. It turns out that scientists have gone a massive distance towards identifying an actual 'anti-viral diet'. In fact, there is more substantial evidence in support of the benefits of any one of the anti-viral dietary ingredients in this 'AVD' report than there is in support of the benefit of wearing masks, social distancing or even quarantining".
Edouard d'Araille goes on to propose that: "Everyone should follow the best advice that food science, virology studies, nutritional immunology are able to offer. Ground-breaking results have been attained across these and other disciplines, that have direct relevance to the food choices that we make every day. The knowledge that specific micronutrients increase the efficacy (and decrease the side-effects) of vaccines, including against COVID-19; the evidence that dozens of dietary ingredients exhibit anti-viral effects against a broad spectrum of viruses; the proof of science that certain foods and drinks enhance the responsiveness and effectiveness of the human immune system - all these significant and life-changing advances in our knowledge about the impact of nutrition deserve a proper moment of our attention".
This all appears to be optimistic news. The key concern is that knowledge about how helpful the ingestion of nutritional constituents can be on susceptibility to viral infections, is not really reaching the public. Recent research, according to the 'AVD' report, seems to have gone a long distance toward corroborating the anti-viral and immune-enhancing effects of dozens of dietary ingredients. What matters most is that people worldwide learn how they themselves may be able to increase their protection from illnesses by eating the right food. Specific dietary ingredients offer protection from viral threat. We can make them a part of our daily diets.
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Mainly due to the large amount of unsubstantiated claims that have spread like wild-fire on the internet, a healthy form of skepticism is essential against untrustworthy information regarding natural prevention and treatment of viral illness. Edouard d'Araille addresses the issue in some detail in the extract below:
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An 'Anti-Viral Diet' has been extensively corroborated by science and is gradually being accepted as an integral part of how people may protect themselves against viruses and treat viral illnesses - one other option to make use of alongside vaccines and antiviral medications. However, Food Science does not currently receive even 1% as much financing as pharmaceutical or vaccine-related research. 10% of the profit from sales of the 'AVD' book are being donated towards essential projects in Anti-Viral Dietary Research.
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Edouard d'Araille - Project Lead of Phase 1 of the 'AVD Research Project' - writes about an 'Anti-Viral Diet' that: "Regarding the effects of diet on disease, it is known that healthy, balanced nutrition has greater impact on immunity to viruses than any single vaccine. Science has proven this beyond a shadow of doubt."
'AVD' is a 3-Phase Research Project launched by The Academy of the Third Millennium (A3M). Phase 1 of this scientific inquiry is now complete and a summary of the findings are presented in the volume 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet' (2020-2022) available from this site. Information about the progress and purpose of Phases 2 and 3 of this ongoing A3M research program will be shared here soon and at the website A3M.International.
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