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A study titled “COVID-19 Spike Protein Is Pathogenic, from Both Virus and Vaccine mRNA” has brought attention to the persistence of the spike protein in vaccinated individuals. Moreover, a study highlighted by the CDC, found spike protein in the biological fluids of individuals who had received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine six months after vaccination. 

Why is this a concern?

The persistence of spike protein raises important questions about the long-term effects of vaccination. Further research is needed to clarify the mechanisms underlying the presence of spike protein in those who have been vaccinated and its potential implications for immunity and health outcomes.

One possibility is that spike proteins may persist in cells for an extended period, leading to extended health issues. Alternatively, the spike protein itself may have properties that allow it to persist in the body independently of viral replication.

What does this mean for Long COVID?

The discovery of spike protein long after an infection or vaccination underscores the need for ongoing research into the long-term effects of COVID-19. 

Dr. Freddie Ulan, the founder of Nutrition Response Testing®, has conducted in-depth research into the effect of lingering spike proteins and Post-Pandemic Factors affecting the health of millions of Americans.

In November of 2023, Dr. Ulan’s research on post-pandemic factors was released at the 2023 UNS Fall Symposium. Since then, more than 200 practitioners across the US have trained on this new research and protocol. It is called the Sixth Stressor and is routinely checked on all Nutrition Response Testing patients.

Long COVID and Fatty Liver Disease

“The discovery of the link between Long COVID and Fatty Liver Disease places us at a critical crossroads,” says Dr. Ulan, “Our practitioners are reporting that between 50 and 70 percent of patients are testing positive for post-pandemic factors and there were indications that some patients were not responding as quickly or as well as we expected.”  His research uncovered the link between Fatty Liver Disease and the body’s inability to detox and remove the waste – which is the liver’s job.

This new research and protocol will be released at the 2024 UNS Spring Symposium April 12 – 14 at the Hilton Carillon Hotel in St. Petersburg, FL. It is a new clinical advancement and is now a standard part of Nutrition Response Testing.  All practitioners should learn these two new protocols as soon as possible so that their patients are being tested for the rampant post-pandemic health issues affecting Americans today.

Get the full details about the 2024 UNS Spring Symposium: The Fatty Liver Summit.  April 12 – 14 at the Holton Carillon Hotel, St. Petersburg, FL.  

Find out more about the Post-Pandemic Factors Course here

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