What Does the COVID-Vaxxed Coronary heart Require?

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If I have been COVID-vaccinated, these are the vitamins I might need most to guard my coronary heart, however you and your well being care supplier would determine finest on your case.

The One-Two Punch Towards Spike Proteins: Nattokinase and Ivermectin

Those that had the mRNA COVID vaccines could also be programmed to supply spike proteins for a time period, for which no one is but sure of the period. In my final Substack essay, I argued that ivermectin and nattokinase are the 2 most useful substances I’ve identified to degrade spike proteins and to assist COVID-vaccinated folks really feel higher.

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Nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme, so its impact on spike proteins is degradative, chewing up probably the most problematic S1 and S2 edges, so to talk, to type of de-fang that molecule. Ivermectin, then again, interferes with the spikes’ docking onto and entry into the cell. So the one-two punch is that nattokinase interferes with spike construction, whereas ivermectin interferes with spike transport and performance.

Purists would possibly desire to keep away from all prescribed drugs, even ivermectin, even given its squeaky-clean security historical past. Nevertheless, the spike proteins are so harmful and harmful that my household and I’ve taken ivermectin not less than dozens of occasions, particularly in 2021, after publicity to lately vaccinated people, whereas avoiding all different medicine.

Vitamin C is crucial for coronary heart well being following an occasion involving myocarditis threat to replenish collagen, in its supporting position of the remaining cardiomyocytes. There are 5 forms of collagen, every used otherwise. Collagen within the coronary heart is extra Sort 1 and Sort 3 than every other. Vitamin C is crucial for collagen manufacturing. I write about that right here. The center makes use of quite a lot of vitamin C when it’s confused; 24 hours after bypass surgical procedure, vitamin C plummets by 70 %. [1]  Nevertheless, after surgical procedure or any assault on the guts, vitamin C is most urgently wanted for wound restore. It builds collagen, which is that “bricks and mortar” operate I discussed in my final article.

A Synergy of Vitamins within the Mitochondria

The mitochondria are the sub-cellular items of power manufacturing within the physique. They’re usually portrayed as oval buildings in every cell, with busily coordinating, meeting line-type chemical reactions. Here’s a very simplified diagram of that exercise.

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(CT Mierke, Mobile Mechanics and Biophysics, 2020)

And here’s a extra complete image of what occurs within the mitochondria to supply the power utilized by the physique.

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(Sigma Aldrich, “Metabolic Pathways: A mitochondrion and its metabolic processes: the citric acid (Krebs) cycle, the electron transport chain, oxidative phosphorylation and ATP manufacturing”)

Different Nutritional vitamins for Coronary heart Well being

Vitamin B5 is pantothenic acid or pantethine. When the guts suffers ischemia, saved pantethine will get used up. Pantethine ranges within the blood are inversely associated to heart problems. [2] As a part of the transport enzyme CoA, vitamin B5 is understood to move fatty acids within the mitochondria and cell cytoplasm. It’s important to mitochondrial operate, which just about retains our engines working. Discover acetyl-CoA close to the highest of the above diagram. Vitamin B5 is a elementary element of that, serving to to deliver digested meals molecules into the mitochondria.

Nutritional vitamins B2 and B3, or riboflavin and niacin, respectively, assist usher metabolism. The place you see NADH and FMNH2 within the higher left of the above diagram, these are derived from niacin and riboflavin, respectively. You see every on a pathway, in cooperative choreography with the opposite nutrient molecules, every taking part in its swish position in optimum metabolic operate.

Not Fairly a Vitamin: CoQ-10

Whereas within the mitochondria, one other nutrient that isn’t fairly thought of a vitamin however important for mitochondrial operate is ubiquinone, or CoQ-10. Transferring down from NADH and FMNH2 within the higher left of the above diagram, you arrive at UQ (ubiquinone) and UQH2 close to the middle, nicely into the electron transport chain, a vital a part of power manufacturing. The center loves CoQ-10, because it appears to impart extra resilience. It was discovered to extend treadmill train tolerance. [3] The vicious cycle is that coronary heart illness depletes CoQ-10, [4] whereas the guts wants CoQ-10 to restore coronary heart illness. [5] Three out of 4 sufferers with coronary heart illness have low CoQ-10. [6] CoQ-10 is usually supplemented between 100 and 300 or extra milligrams per day.

In case you are loopy sufficient to take a statin drug (sure, loopy or very badly misinformed), then you definately would possibly as nicely kiss your coronary heart goodbye. Statins deplete CoQ-10 and are one of the silly of generally used medicine you can put in your physique. Whoever first conned folks into fearing their very own ldl cholesterol might as nicely have been promoting insurance coverage insurance policies in opposition to the sky falling on their heads. Please pardon my brutal frankness; it’s solely that a great deal of folks, principally American seniors, are letting themselves get slowly killed by these medicine.

Amino Acids for the Coronary heart

Carnitine is without doubt one of the most appreciated amino acids for the guts. In regular well being, the guts shops extra carnitine than it wants or makes use of each day. Then, in case of angina or myocardial infarction (coronary heart assault), these shops of carnitine turn out to be used up; if not replenished, angina recurs. Survival after myocardial infarction was considerably improved when sufferers got intravenous L-carnitine. [7] Acute myocardial infarction sufferers had considerably decrease troponin labs (a marker of coronary heart damage after coronary heart assault) after they had been given intravenous carnitine than placebo. [8] A dose of 900 milligrams per day has been proven to enhance angina and coronary heart illness, and cut back the scale of infarcts, [9] and facilitate mitochondrial operate and extra environment friendly use of oxygen. [10]

In my final article, I discussed lysine and proline as synergistic with vitamin C within the constructing of latest collagen. Each of those amino acids contribute to the structural parts of collagen molecules.

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Minerals and Electrolytes

Magnesium is taken into account one of the widespread dietary deficiencies in america, as monoculture farming practices deplete our soils of this and different minerals. But it’s so essential to coronary heart well being that there’s a excessive correlation between males dying from sudden coronary heart assaults and their having a lot decrease coronary heart shops of magnesium. Of males with chest ache, solely about one-quarter died who have been handled with magnesium in comparison with the untreated management group. When acute myocardial infarction sufferers are supplemented throughout the first hour after their coronary heart assault with intravenous magnesium, short- and long-term problems and dying are vastly lowered. [11] Lack of magnesium produces spasms within the coronary heart, vasospasms, and arrhythmias. [12] Vasospasms are attribute of angina.

Within the case of a coronary heart assault or smaller ischemia (when blood stream to a portion of the guts is choked off by a clot), magnesium is the nutrient to look to first for its vasodilation impact. That’s, a clot has choked off important blood stream (carrying most urgently oxygen, after which vitamins). So the tissue is starved for too lengthy—even a minute is simply too lengthy. Magnesium’s answer to this downside is vasodilation, which is the widening of blood vessels, which allows collateral stream by way of kind of parallel vessels, serving to to get oxygen to the starved tissue by backdoor type of routes. This impact has been proven to scale back the scale of the broken space, not less than in animal experiments. [13]

The spike proteins threw a brand new type of monkey wrench into the guts. As an alternative of old school huge clots, now there’s extra microclotting, brought on by the spikes jutting into what must be clean flowing blood by way of the vessels. These jutting spike protein shards create turbulence and eddies, which give rise to microscopic clots, and primarily extra viscous blood. I talked in regards to the fluid dynamics of that right here, and the way it creates myocarditis threat. Nevertheless, to some extent, the issue existed even earlier than the COVID period. Even half a century in the past, in 53 % of acute infarction circumstances, no occlusive thrombus within the artery supplying the infarcted space was discovered. [14]

Magnesium may help with broken endothelium and microclotting additionally. The COVID vaccines’ worst damage typically is to the endothelium. That is the liner of the blood vessels. Magnesium heals and improves the tone of the blood vessel partitions, [15] and protects in opposition to oxidative endothelial damage. [16]

As for the kind of magnesium, magnesium taurate or magnesium glycinate, or magnesium bis-glycinate appear to be higher utilized by the neurological, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal techniques than different varieties. A few of the different commercially obtainable magnesium dietary supplements are much less more likely to go away the GI tract, and so they could make stools unfastened. Dosing is finest found out along with a well being care supplier, who will take into consideration your coronary heart historical past, blood strain, exercise degree, elimination, tendency to complications or not, and the way a lot you sweat throughout train, all of which ought to impression magnesium dosing. Every day dosing is usually within the 100 to a couple hundred milligrams.

And Now for One thing Controversial…

I like salt. Not simply because I just like the style, which I do, but additionally as a result of my train is intense and frequent, so I lose salt in sweat, and I would like to interchange it.

Sodium is usually vilified by docs who’ve seemingly forgotten a number of the biochemistry and physiology classes they discovered in medical college. We might assume such forgetting happens as a result of sugar has a foyer and salt doesn’t, so salt will get blamed for the issues brought on by sugar.

We couldn’t stay even one other few seconds with out sodium; it’s inconceivable to be with out it as a result of the sodium-potassium pump drives almost each course of in each organ within the physique. That is an trade of sodium and potassium throughout the cell membranes in every single place within the physique. Sedentary folks have been suggested to take ½ to 1 teaspoon of fresh salt per day. (Be careful for microplastics in sea salt; thanks, billions of discarded disposable masks on seashores and waterways!) However I like that simply to start out, as lively folks want much more than that. Additionally, for potassium, 3,500 to 4,700 milligrams a day is an oft-cited rule of thumb. Potassium is plentiful in complete, pure meals however is very ample in avocados and potatoes.

Every of the above substances must be mentioned together with your native well being care supplier concerning security concerns, appropriateness on your well being targets, and dosing.

Reposted from Colleen Huber’s Substack


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[2] P Solar, H Weng, et al.  Affiliation between plasma vitamin B5 and coronary coronary heart illness:  Outcomes from a case-control research.  Oct 13 2022.  Entrance. Cardiovasc Med.  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcvm.2022.906232/full

[3] T Kamikawa, A Kobayashi, et al.  Results of coenzyme Q-10 on train tolerance in persistent secure angina pectoris.  Aug 1985.  Am J Cardiol.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/0002914985908434

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[6] V Zozina, et al.  Ibid. Coenzyme Q10 in COPD: An Unexplored Alternative? – PubMed (nih.gov)

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[10] M Mollica, S Iossa, et al.  Acetyl-L-carnitine therapy stimulates oxygen consumption and biosynthetic operate in perfused liver of younger and previous rats.  Mar 2001.  Cell Mol Life Sci.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11315193/

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[15] M Schechter, M Sharir, et al.  Oral magnesium remedy improves endothelial operate in affected person with coronary artery illness.  Nov 7 2000.  Circulation. https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/01.CIR.102.19.2353

[16] P Pearson, P Evora, et al.  Hypomagnesemia inhibits nitric oxide launch from coronary endothelium: Protecting position of magnesium infusion after cardiac operations.  Apr 1998.  Ann Thoracic Surg.  https://www.annalsthoracicsurgery.org/article/S0003-4975(98)00020-4/fulltext

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