Dr. Julie Ponesse speaks with Professor Bonnie Mallard on medical freedom, building better immunity and the use of immnoceuticals.
I spoke with Professor Bonnie Mallard from the Pathobiology Department at the University of Guelph, who is the inventor of the High Immune Response Technology and the Immunity+ Technology, and a recipient of the Governor General’s Innovation Award.
We discuss the current crisis of medical freedom in Canada today, the politicizing of science and medicine, the suppression of free speech and open debate, the punishment of physicians who dare to stray from the COVID-19 public health directives and the one-sided narrative portrayed by the mainstream media.
Bonnie touches on how we would have a happier society if people were allowed to access and learn from all available information to make their own informed free choices instead of creating contempt within a society in which uniformity has become the only acceptable strategy.
Bonnie explains the difference between natural immunity and naturally acquired immunity, as well as vaccine-induced immunity and how the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, which were developed at warp speed, are not the same as traditional vaccines used for measles, mumps, polio or rubella. We touch on the Pfizer documents that are being released as a result of a court order and how the data have never been properly shared with physicians, as well as the disconnect that exists when practitioners are not associating adverse reactions to the vaccine.
We discuss immunosuppression and the different levels of immune response in individuals that can range from high, average or low. These levels are influenced by both genetics and the supportive measures that an individual practices to build a healthier immune system. Bonnie describes her interest in using immunoceuticals, which are products that naturally enhance or modulate an immune response in a beneficial way, to help attain optimal immunity.
We discuss the launch of ImmunoCeutica, a company that Bonnie co-created, to provide research, resources, services and products to help people build stronger immune responses.
Bonnie uses the example of vitamin D to describe some of its natural benefits and how her organization will be able to use home test kits to test, monitor and recommend dosage levels for vitamin D that may vary in individuals according to sun exposure, skin colour and lifestyle. She also mentions that to get an optimal response to any vaccine, one’s immune system needs to be in optimal working order.
We discuss the benefits of other immunoceuticals such as quercetin for cancer treatment and medicinal mushrooms like turkey tail, which are more recently being researched in western cultures. We discuss how a growing number of people are learning more about their immunity and taking responsibility for their health.