Micronutrient combinations successful against diabetes
Currently, diabetes affects more than five hundred million people worldwide and the numbers are projected to increase. Conventional management of diabetes is essentially limited to lowering blood sugar (glucose) levels by means of insulin and other pharmacological drugs. In recent years, certain plant extracts (micronutrients) have been studied for their effects on diabetic metabolism.
Viral binding to ACE2 receptor and its cellular expression
This study provides the basis for effective and safe public health strategies based on an optimum intake of micronutrients. It allows people around the world to actively participate in the prevention of coronavirus infections – beyond wearing masks, social distancing, and other defensive measures.
A team of researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has shown that a specific micronutrient combination can block the interaction between the binding site of the coronavirus ‘Spike’ and its specific cellular ‘entry door’ into human cells, known as the ACE2 receptor.
Specific micronutrient composition inhibits Coronavirus cell-entry receptor (ACE2) expression
Optimum micronutrient intake is the only scientifically proven way to improve general immune resistance against infections, a fact documented in every leading textbook of biology. This study provides scientific evidence that, in addition, specific micronutrient combination are powerful tools in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
– To declare the unrestricted access to science-based natural health an inalienable human right for this and all future generations!
– To promote the preventive and therapeutic health benefits of micronutrients at all levels of medical research, health education and public health policies!
– To make the prevention and elimination of diseases a priority for natural and international health care policies!