• Gary Moller

What can I do to Support my Vaccine Jab?

Important: I am not anti-vax, I am for exercising caution and safety. Vaccines, like antibiotics, are marvels of medical technology, but as with all medicines, these must be used responsibly, sparingly, safely and not abused, such as for-profit first and safety last.



I've had many inquiries lately by people asking what they can take and do to reduce the risks of an adverse event and ensure a healthy and lasting response to vaccination. What I am writing about here applies to all vaccines and people of all ages, gender and states of health.

Dr Ronald Hoffman wrote:

"There's plenty of evidence that a significant number of Americans—regardless of age—are nutritionally deficient. Surveys reveal that high double digits of the US population have insufficient critical nutrients like vitamin D, zinc, selenium, and magnesium, to name but a few.

Several of these nutrients are now undergoing intensive investigation to see if they could curb the severity of COVID-19 infections.

But whether they "boost" vaccines is different."


In a nutshell, there is nothing that will "boost" a vaccine, but there is a lot you can do to ensure getting jabbed is safer and more effective than it might otherwise be. Adverse events vary from one vaccine to another and even from one jab of the same vaccine to another. Whether or not you suffer an adverse reaction to a vaccine is a random lottery with odds that vary almost from one day to the next, depending on your state of health. While it may be remote, a bad reaction to a vaccine is one lottery you never want to win. So, I'm, outlining what you can do to lower your chances further, so you never win the Vaccine Adverse Reactions Lottery!

Please read this article then come back to this one:


Lifestyle and Nutritional Measures


  • Go to bed at the same time every evening, wake at the same time every day and plan to get 6-8 hours of sleep.