Vaccinated have higher risk of myocarditis

Due to an over reliance on incomplete/poorly interpreted data, some people still believe that, according to “The Science”, the vaccine clearly does not increase the risk of myocarditis. That is simply not the case. In fact, multiple studies from around the world have demonstrated that, for certain age groups, being vaccinated may increase the risk of myocarditis more so than from natural infection.1,2

As I have always taught my clients, the risk-benefit ratio of any treatment should be well understood. The last thing you want is a situation where you look back and say “had I only known better I would not have…”. This is especially true when it comes to your children.


Please keep in mind that you don’t have to be “pro” or “anti” vaccination to want clearer information. Don’t be fooled into “picking sides” on this one. And, certainly, don’t argue against your right to more reliable information before accepting a medical intervention for your child.

I think we can agree here, and that’s a good thing.

Marc Jaoudé
Naturopath, Health Educator
Markito Fitness & Nutrition




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