Why You Need Choline CDP To Combat COVID-19

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The enzyme phospholipase A2 (PLA2) is one of the most important enzymes involved in the destruction of life by microorganisms and venomous animals such as snakes, wasps, spiders, and bees. Some viruses produce their own PLA2 while the corona virus family hijacks the PLA2 of the cells they are infecting (in this case us humans!) to increase the replication of the virus’ particles. The degree of virus replication in the cells is directly related to the amount of toxic fats called lysolecthins. Lysolecthins are the toxic molecules formed by the action of PLA2 on the predominant fats in the body called lecithins.

How do you control this over-replication of PLA2 by COVID-19? Clinicians have identified CDP choline. How do you get CDP choline produced in the body? You need choline and cytidine.

Sources in your diet are listed below.  It is critical to eat both sources together to get the maximum benefit to produce CDP Choline in the body.

Dietary sources of cytidine include foods with high RNA(ribonucleic acid) content, such as organ meats, Brewer’s yeast, as well as pyrimidine-rich foods such as beer. During digestion, RNA-rich foods are broken-down into ribosyl pyrimidines (cytidine and uridine), which are absorbed intact.

If you are a vegetarian or find you are not getting these foods into your diet.  Consider ordering this product directly from the manufacturer, New Beginnings.

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