How to remove graphene oxide from your body

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remove-graphene-oxide(NaturalHealth365)  Some will argue that administering mRNA COVID shots to as many people as possible was Big Pharma’s primary, profit-driven motive during the pandemic – as well as the motive of global political elites that Pharma funds to the gills.  But as we know by now, these shots are not without risk and have harmed, disabled, and killed innocent people.  Remember the COVID shot recall in Japan, which was instigated after it was found certain batches were contaminated with bits of stainless steel?  Or how about the concerning revelation that COVID shots contain graphene oxide – a harmful compound that some doctors believe can actually be shed from those that received the shot to those that did not, and therefore poses a health risk to both groups?

Keep reading to learn about the nutrients you could use to supplement your diet and help your body flush out possible contaminants like graphene oxide.

Wondering how to get graphene oxide out of the body?  These two antioxidants are essential

According to a 2016 review published in the peer-reviewed journal Particle and Fibre Toxicology, grapheme oxide exposure in humans and animals has been linked to a wide range of health problems, including liver and kidney damage, inflammation, and tumor growth in the lungs, impaired cell function, increased oxidative stress, and cell death.  Within the context of the recent so-called pandemic, some doctors have hypothesized that many of the symptoms of graphene oxide poisoning actually mimic an active COVID-like infection.

And as we and others have reported, graphene fibers have also been shown to interact with EMF radiation and exhibit unusual behaviors – such as clumping together in progressively larger fibers – indicative of potential electrical or magnetic properties.

But while the known and unknown risks of having graphene oxide in the body are concerning, there are things you can do that may give you some added peace of mind.

According to data shared by The Exposé, two key nutrients that can be used to help your body rid itself of graphene fibers and/or counteract, mitigate, or reverse their negative health effects are glutathione and N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC).

An older but relevant review published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition notes that “glutathione and N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) are antioxidants which are quite popular for their ability to minimize oxidative stress and the downstream negative effects thought to be associated with oxidative stress.” These powerful antioxidants have also been used in the clinical setting to help people with other ailments.

Supplementing with glutathione is especially important because graphene oxide may interact with and become oxidized by specific EMF frequencies (from sources like 5G cell phone towers), a phenomenon which effectively “overruns the body’s ability to create enough glutathione, which destroys the immune system and [causes illness,]” writes The Exposé.

Foods you can eat that will support your body’s production of glutathione and NAC (considered a precursor to glutathione) include:

  • Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and Brussels sprouts
  • High-quality animal protein, including beef, poultry, and fish
  • Green tea
  • Spinach
  • Asparagus
  • Okra
  • Avocados
  • Other foods rich in nutrients like vitamin C (e.g., citrus fruit) and selenium (e.g., Brazil nuts), omega-3 fatty acids (e.g., fatty wild fish), and B vitamins (e.g., chickpeas and other legumes)

Some people may also choose to take supplements, including oral or IV glutathione and oral NAC combined with zinc (which may help degrade graphene oxide even more readily). So just know that if you’re already eating a predominantly plant-based, whole-foods diet, you’re likely getting at least some essential support.

In addition to glutathione and NAC, here are additional supplements you might consider to flush out harmful toxins related to COVID shots

  • Astaxanthin
  • Melatonin
  • Milk Thistle
  • Quercetin
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D3

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