Immune System and Nutrition: Correlations?


  • Doepp Manfred Head of Holistic Center, 13 Haupt St, Abtwil 9030


blood groups, immune systems, mitochondriopathy, super-mortality


All our immune systems are facing major challenges these days. This concerns, among others, the problems of spike proteins due to Corona viruses and vaccines. The frequency of anti-RNA and anti-DNA antibodies as part of a general auto aggressiveness has increased considerably. The mitochondria of all cells, for example, suffer from this in the form of mitochondriopathy. This mainly affects the heart muscle, the intima of the arteries, the motility of the blood cells and thus the blood supply to the brain. Silent inflammations spread in the organism. A super-mortality has begun.

One can help the immune system by taking vitamin D3, omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, zinc and curcumin. More specifically by N-palmitoyl ethanolamine (PEA). Nutrition is becoming more and more important, since about 80% of the immune cells are dependent on the intestine. If you cannot digest what you eat without problems, your immune system will be compromised. Many people eat the wrong food because they do not know what they can digest well. This is where the subject of genetics comes into play, and - building on that - blood groups, because knowing them provides insight into basic genetic makeup. Decades ago, there was Dr. Peter J.D'Adamo who devoted himself to this subject. He was attacked because he disavowed himself beyond the basic truths with exaggerated assertions. The basics, however, are that there is no such thing as a universally good diet, but that it depends on the genes (and thus on the blood groups).




How to Cite

Manfred, D. (2023). Immune System and Nutrition: Correlations?. International Journal of Complementary and Internal Medicine, 5(1), 173–174. Retrieved from