Evidence shows that medications and/or vaccinations do not ‘cure’ the illness. They may improve or temporarily remove the symptoms of the illness. However, most of the time, medications and vaccinations produce side effects, some of which may be short-term, and some are long-term, including death in some cases.
Your immune system is the first line of defence against disease and viruses. Starchy carbohydrates and processed foods, which convert to sugar, plays a big part in suppressing and weakening the immune system.
Metabolic health issues such as excess weight/fat, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, inflammation, allergies can be improved and/or reversed by a lifestyle change that includes the reduction of the consumption of starchy carbohydrates. Keep the total daily consumption of carbs to between 20g and 50g, increase the intake of fatty cuts of meat and saturated fat. This way, you’ll feel more satisfied for a longer period of time reducing the frequency of having to eat.
Here are the links of evidence that show the effect of poor metabolic health on vaccinations.
Impact of obesity and metabolic syndrome on immunity
Obesity is associated with impaired immune response to influenza vaccination in humans
Marked improvement in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in diabetic Australian aborigines after temporary reversion to traditional lifestyle