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Our bodies are naturally pre-programmed for protection and survival. However, our daily environment, diet, and even stress can undermine these protective mechanisms.

What are the dangerous toxins in radiation damage? According to Dr. Martin Pall, the main toxin associated with new radiation, such as 5G, is peroxynitrite. This highly hazardous substance is produced by two enzymes.

The first enzyme, xanthine oxidase, is an oxygen radical enzyme that generates the toxic superoxide radical. Another enzyme, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), collaborates with the superoxide radical to create an even more toxic substance called peroxynitrite. Inducible nitric oxide synthase is another endogenous enzyme that aids us in combating pathogens and man-made toxins. Unfortunately, if peroxynitrite goes unchecked, it can cause damage within our own bodies.

So, how can we downregulate the production of peroxynitrite? Flavonoids can decrease xanthine oxidase activity, and one inhibitor is cherry extract. To reduce iNOS, we can take nicotinamide.

Another enzyme, glutathione peroxidase, plays a role in protecting against the harmful effects of peroxynitrite. It consists of glutathione, a tripeptide made from glycine, glutamine, and cysteine, as well as the mineral selenium. Even certain foods can help increase glutathione (GSH) levels. Onions and garlic, for example, boost GSH production, making these vegetables important for our well-being. Brazil nuts, rich in selenium, are also beneficial as they contribute to the glutathione peroxidase enzyme. However, certain factors can deplete glutathione. The pesticide glyphosate inhibits GSH development, and graphene oxide, found in some vaccines and foods, can also destroy glutathione. Additionally, the toxic fluoride in water poses a danger to our pineal gland.

What else occurs during the modern radiation assault on our bodies? Some colleagues suggest that this radiation activates exosomes. Exosomes may contain suppressed viruses, but they do contain microRNA. These exosomes suppress the immune system and are triggered by specific types of radiation. While they are typically dormant in adults, they play a role in fetal development. After birth, they become dormant again. They only become active in adults during viral diseases or cancer. Cancer stem cells, which can spread cancer, share similarities with fetal enzymes that drive fetal growth. Having these enzymes in cancer cells is dangerous. Interestingly, teratogens that are harmful to a fetus can be used in cancer treatments to destroy cancer stem cells and help prevent cancer metastasis.

To summarize, xanthine oxidase and inducible nitric oxide synthase are important enzymes for protecting our bodies from pathogens and radiation, but they can also be toxic to our own cells. Flavonoids, including cherry extract, and nicotinamide (B3) can decrease the activity of these enzymes. It is crucial to avoid foods and water containing glyphosate. Opting for organic foods, filtering our water, and detoxing from toxic metals and nanoparticles further enhance our protection provided by the life-saving enzyme glutathione peroxidase.

Prof. Dr. Dana F. Flavin, www.collmed.org