SARS-CoV-2

The recent COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2, has affected tens of millions of people, and caused more than 1 million deaths worldwide. It affected our way of life and global economies with wide socio- and psychological outcomes.

The US Food and Drug Administration has been under constant pressure to approve new therapies including novel vaccines. Although effective treatments of this infection are urgently needed many people are concerned about their adequate testing including long-term side effects and clinical efficacy before they are widely applied to the public.

This situation also calls for increasing public understanding of the body’s immune system function, the ways SARS-CoV-2 infects cells in the body and whether there are effective and safe natural means to prevent and control this infection.

Our scientific studies demonstrate wide benefits of micronutrients against SARS-CoV-2 by their simultaneous inhibitory effects on key mechanisms of the coronavirus infection. These include the almost complete blocking of the coronavirus binding to ACE2 receptors which are the gateway for the coronavirus to enter the human cells. The micronutrients when used in specific combinations can also decrease the expression of ACE2 receptors in cells and affect other important mechanisms of this virus infectivity. Our unique approach is based on investigating the synergistic interactions of various micronutrients which when properly combined can simultaneously affect multiple cellular processes used by the virus. This creates the basis for comprehensive control of the viral infection with high efficacy and safety.

 

Relevant publications:

  1. Ivanov V, Ivanova S, Niedzwiecki A, Rath M. Effective and safe global public health strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic: Specific micronutrient composition inhibits Coronavirus cell-entry receptor (ACE2) expression J. Cellular Medicine and Natural Health 2020, July
  2. Goc A, Sumera W, Ivanov V, Niedzwiecki A, Rath M. Micronutrient combination inhibits two key steps of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infection: viral binding to ACE2 receptor and its cellular expression. J. Cellular Medicine and Natural Health 2020, August
  3. Sumera W, Goc A, Niedzwiecki A, Rath M. The micronutrient combination with immune-enhancing effects. J. Cellular Medicine and Natural Health 2020, Aug