Recent research has shed light on potential strategies to mitigate the effects of the spike protein. Dr. Peter McCullough emphasized that the spike protein lingers in the body after vaccination due to the injected genetic code. As a result, there’s a pronounced need for therapeutic interventions that can aid in breaking down these proteins. Preclinical studies have pinpointed nattokinase, an enzyme found in fermented soybeans, as a potential aid in degrading the spike protein. Dr. McCullough recommends a dosage of 2000 units of nattokinase twice daily.
Additionally, Dr. McCullough endorses Spike Support Formula, which combines nattokinase with other beneficial ingredients like dandelion root and selenium, which can help protect against the lasting effects of spike proteins.
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Dr. Peter McCullough: You Must Understand Spike Shedding Before It’s Too Late
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