Time sure does fly, doesn’t it? I am coming up on my one-year anniversary of launching my Substack, Eye on the Evidence. My first article back in June 2022 was on myocarditis.
About a year ago, we really started to see the myocarditis cases come to the fore as an adverse event resulting from the COVID-19 mRNA jabs. Of course, Pfizer knew that myocarditis was an adverse event all along. In particular, young adolescent males were being affected. Fast forward, and just a week ago, a tally of over 1,000 athlete deaths was published. Here are just a few of their stories.
Patients have elevated troponin levels, abnormal EKGs, chest pain and other symptoms. While symptoms first occurred two days after the jab, on average, myocarditis has lasting effects. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has revealed that the number of children aged 5 to 11 who will go on to develop myocarditis due to the Covid-19 injections is up to 815 times greater.
Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle, and that inflammation can reduce the heart’s ability to pump blood. Myocarditis can also lead to complications such as heart attack, stroke, irregular heart beat or sudden cardiac death. Doctors such as Peter McCullough and Robert Malone have said that EVERY patient who received a shot could have subclinical myocarditis.
The prognosis for myocarditis depends on factors such as age, gender, and other underlying health conditions. If a patient survives the early acute phase of myocarditis, long-term survival does improve. Some patients may develop a chronic or recurrent form of myocarditis.
The take-home message this Friday is to take care of your heart, regardless of whether you’ve had the jab. After all, you only have one heart. Treat it right.
You only have one. With myocarditis, the cells of your heart muscle literally disintegrate if you contract myocarditis, and there are few options for replacing or repairing the damaged cells. I do recommend the supplements we are offering this week; they will keep your heart healthy, so these are something you may want to consider.