Please discuss this with your primary health care practitioner.
There is one point here that is not technically accurate, heat does reduce the efficacy of vitamin C.
In 2009 Dr Russell Blaylock wrote a PreVax recommendation for the H1N1 shots.
Astaxanthin 12 mcg
Fish Oil 3 grams
Quercetin (dose per label on bottle)
Turmeric 1 gram
Vitamin C to bowel tolerance (10 grams a day)
Vitamin E 800 mg for women, 1,200 mg for men
Zinc 30 – 70 mg last thing at night
Avoid immune stimulants (betaglucans, mushroom extracts, whey protein)
Dr Russell Blaylock writes:
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) one of the Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil supplements, is a potent immune suppressant. In the case of an immune adjuvant reaction you want to suppress the immune system. Studies show if you take EPA oil an hour before injecting a very powerful adjuvant called LPS (lipopolysccharide) it would completely block the ability of LPS to cause brain inflammation. Take a moderte dose every day and more if needed to tame a cytokine storm.
Flavonoids, particularly Quercetin and Turmeric, block the ability of the adjuvants in vaccines to trigger a long-term immune reactions.