Sunday, September 25, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

How to boost your ENERGY after COVID-19?

The video describes 4 effective and considerably safe energy-boosting medications – Citrulline, Succinic acid, L-carnitine and Coenzyme Q10.

Previous parts “COVID-19 RECOVERY”:
1. Glutathione against LONG COVID-19
2. Medicines against LONG COVID-19
3. Don’t drink COFFEE during COVID-19!
4. Quercetin and Coronavirus

6 RARE VITAMINS for Energy, Healthy Vessels, and Skin

Fear blinds. José Saramago, “Blindness”.
Страх ослепляет. Жозе Сарамаго “Слепота”.
00:40 Citrulline malate
06:46 Succinic acid
11:01 L-carnitine
13:20 Coenzyme Q10
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Citrulline malate.
Patients with COVID-19 present with low plasma citrulline concentrations that associate with systemic inflammation and gastrointestinal symptoms
A novel functional beverage for COVID-19 and other conditions: Hypothesis and preliminary data, increased blood flow, and wound healing

Succinic acid.
Searching potential antiviral candidates for the treatment of the 2019 novel coronavirus based on DFT calculations and molecular docking
On the Possibility of Using Succinate in Hypoxia Developing in COVID-19

The benefits and side effects of L-arginine
Arginine depletion as a therapeutic approach for patients with COVID-19

COVID-19 patients recover faster with metabolic activator treatment, study shows
L-carnitine tartrate supplementation in the fight against infectious disease
L-Carnitine Tartrate Downregulates the ACE2 Receptor and Limits SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Efficacy and Safety of Acetyl L-Carnitine in COVID-19 Patients With Mild-to-Moderate Disease

Coenzyme Q10.
Coenzyme Q10 and Immune Function: An Overview
Is mitochondrial bioenergetics and coenzyme Q10 the target of a virus causing COVID-19?

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  2. Thank you. A good doctor dont give a chemical medicine( or give very few), but think of whole body and help him to treat himself by the nontoxic natural remedies. You are one of those good doctors.

  3. So my daughter experienced a non-Covid viral infection. She was generous enough to give it to me. I thought it with TheraFlu. I don’t think I drank enough water (half a gallon, average) Now I suffer from severe dehydration! I was able to drink a gallon and a half of water; in my urine was still dark orange. Any advice of how I can rehydrate

  4. When I eat watermelon I juice the rind along with apples, cucumber & other veg. I guess I might just be getting citrulline Malate in that mix. Citrulline in the rind & Malate from the apples. For Succinate, it seems foods such as apples, red grapes, broccoli & sauerkraut are some of the good sources.

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