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Soil to Solution to beat the COVID infection

Ivermectin + Zinc to beat the sickness


Protein & Pineapple to beat the Corona Spike Protein

BromAc: Bromelain & Aceytl-cysteine


The antioxidant N-acetylcysteine (NAC), a modified form of essential amino acid cysteine, which is both consumed in high-protein food and synthesized in the body. You may hear NAC being referred to by its full name, N-Acetyl Cysteine, or just as cysteine or even cystine. So what is the difference between them? Cystine is actually made up of two cysteine molecules bonded together and according to the USDA, cysteine and cystine are nutritionally equivalent.

These amino acids are both found in high-protein foods.

N-acetyl cysteine is considered semi-essential because your body can produce it in the liver from other amino acids, namely methionine and serine.

Cysteine is found in most high protein foods, major and minor sources below:

Major: Poultry, pork or beef & fish

Minor: Broccoli & other brassica/cruciferous vegetables, egg yolks, garlic, whole grains & oatmeal, onions, seeds/nuts & Legumes


Glutathione to beat COVID cell damage

N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is valued primarily for its role in antioxidant production. Along with two other amino acids, glutamine and glycine, NAC is necessary to make and replenish glutathione. Glutathione is one of your body’s most important antioxidants, compounds that help neutralize free radicals that can damage cells and tissues in your body.

Glutathione rich foods:

Brassica vegetables (also known as cruciferous vegetables) - Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower, bok choy, and cabbage. Other sulfur-rich plants include allium vegetables like garlic, onions, and shallots, as well as fiber-packed beans and legumes. Cucumber, avocado, spinach, green beans, asparagus, and okra.



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