An international research team has published a new report confirming that a healthy diet with nutritional supplements can support the body’s immune system and give it the best chance of fighting the coronavirus.
Pioneering research carried out at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has shown that a group of nutrients including vitamin C, the amino acids lysine and proline, green tea extracts, and mineral trace elements work together synergistically to block viral proliferation and spread. As Dr. Rath described in his recent open letter about the coronavirus pandemic, you can take advantage of this scientific finding either in the form of vitamin-rich nutrition, or through taking dietary supplements.
Vitamin C is particularly rich in citrus fruits, berries, apples and many vegetables. Lysine is particularly rich in meat, fish, tofu, milk, cheese, and peas. Green tea extracts can be consumed optimally by drinking large amounts of (preferably organic) green tea. Helpful mineral trace elements are found in nuts, beans, grains, fish, cheese, and tofu.
For supplementation, vitamin C and lysine – if taken alone – need to be consumed in higher amounts, usually in the range of several grams, in order to be effective in the fight against viruses. Preferably, they should be combined with green tea extract, proline, N-acetyl cysteine, selenium and certain other trace elements in order to take advantage of the synergy effect they produce.
To read how a medical team from China has reported the successful treatment of coronavirus patients with high-dose vitamin C, and how the Shanghai Medical Association now officially recommends this approach as part of its treatment protocol, see this article on our website.