COVID-19 mRNA injections, otherwise known as “COVID vaccines,” have been found to reduce levels of Bifidobacteria, a beneficial gut bacteria, reported The Epoch Times.
Research by Dr. Sabine Hazan, the CEO of ProgenaBiome, shows that after receiving the injection, a person’s Bifidobacteria levels can decrease by up to 90%. Bifidobacteria play a role in immune system interaction and are associated with improved immunity against pathogens and cancer. Dr. Hazan compared data from two siblings who participated in the vaccine’s clinical trials.
“The one sibling that got the vaccine got harmed … and she has no Bifidobacteria bacteria. Her brother, who got the placebo and was not harmed, has this Bifidobacteria,” Dr. Hazan said.
The gut microbiome is a collection of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, that live in and on the human body. It plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health by aiding digestion, regulating metabolism, and supporting immune system function.
The loss of Bifidobacteria was discovered by comparing microbiome diversity before and after vaccination. Some patients may experience a decrease in other microbiomes after vaccination, resulting in reduced gut biodiversity. The absence of Bifidobacteria is linked to chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and autoimmune diseases. Vaccination may also be associated with common adverse reactions, which could be influenced by the bacteria in the gut. A gut microbiome with low biodiversity is associated with poor health and aging.
Another study that was published in 2022 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology reinforced Dr. Hazan’s findings, concluding that the COVID mRNA injections make a substantial impact on the gut microbiota, reducing its overall population and biodiversity.