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WATCH More Evidence For Ivermectin? UFC President Dana White Thanks ‘Dr. Joe Rogan’

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Joe Rogan is the most successful podcaster in history….

He is also a black belt in mixed martial arts, exercises, diets regularly, and works on his mindset every single day….

It would make sense that he understands health and wellness better than the average person, and indeed it would seem better than the average doctor.

The truth of the matter is that most doctors don’t even know anything about nutrition….which is the cornerstone of health.

The only things they seem to know about are the myopic details of their own specialized field….in other words, they know so much about so little.

Rogan has suffered personal attacks from those on the left, and outright mainstream media lies by CNN for his use of ivermectin as a treatment.

Rogan mentioned that the controversial drug was only a part of his treatment regimen, yet others like Aaron Rodgers have put weight behind his claims by following his regimen which does include ivermectin.

The latest figure to join that list is UFC president Dana White.

Let’s take a look at what he had to say:

According to Fox News, after testing positive for Covid on Monday, Dana White claims:

“Tuesday, I get ready to shave, cleaning my razor, I can smell the alcohol. My taste and smell were back by the next day at 11 o’clock in the morning.

Then, I took a dose of ivermectin. Yesterday, then I did a vitamin drip and then today I’m doing another NAD drip. Could not feel better. Feel like a million bucks.

I’m doing two-a-day workouts by the way, too, for the next 10 days while I have COVID, and you know I’m in quarantine, and yeah, I got my smell and taste back in less than 24 hours.”

Forbes writes:

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease official, has bluntly warned against using ivermectin to treat Covid: “Don’t do it.

There’s no evidence whatsoever that it works and it could potentially have toxicity…with people who have gone to poison control centers because they’ve taken the drug at a ridiculous dose and wind up getting sick.

There’s no clinical evidence that indicates that this works.”


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