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Video Transcript:

As a follow up for my long haulers video, I want to give you specific vitamin and supplement recommendations that I use in my neurochemical protocol.

Some of the free radical scavengers that I recommend are, of course, vitamin C, which is a free, radical scavenger. It’s an antioxidant. Vitamin E is a free, radical scavenger.

Another one called PQQ.
It suppresses the reactive oxygen species of free radicals. Vitamin K2 also abolishes those reactive oxygen species. Even simple vitamin D will block the iron oxidants that bind to those free radicals and extend the damage.  Acetyl carnitine prevents the electron leakage from these mitochondria, so it again stops the free radicals from attacking cell membranes.

All the B vitamins do that.

Melatonin is probably one of the most powerful because it’s in the brain as a protective substance and hormone it scavenges the free radicals, and it decreases inflammation.

Alpha lipoic acid is probably the most powerful. Together with CoQ10, they are the most potent of the free radical scavengers inside the mitochondria.

The second stage is suppressing these neurotoxins. The same things do that…The same things that we talked about in the context of free radicals.

Scavengers also scavenge and neutralize these neurotoxins. You are addressing the two major causes of further neurologic damage, which lead to this long haulers syndrome.

The third stage of this process is the release of inflammatory cytokines, the same compounds that we talked about as free radical scavengers are neurotoxin neutralizers, and also suppress the inflammatory response.

Let’s talk about one more thing… The cell membrane is made of phospholipids and cholesterol. Phospholipids include phosphatidylserine, phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylinositol, and phosphatidylethanolamine.  If you replace those, now you have the substrate for rebuilding the membranes that have been damaged by the inflammation that has been caused by the spike protein.

Those right there are probably a good starting point. Very straightforward. Very easy to find.

So those are some of my recommendations that are part of my neurochemical protocol.