Zinc helps raise glutathione levels and glutathione helps degrade graphene oxide
La Quinta Columna: Zinc helps raise glutathione levels and glutathione helps degrade graphene oxideJULY 14, 2021
In their program #81, La Quinta Columna keeps their research on how to detoxify graphene in the body. The team already mentioned that N-acetylcysteine and glutathione certainly work to degrade graphene, but today they talked about a very readily available supplement: zinc.
Zinc has an interaction with glutathione and that is that the higher the concentration of zinc in the blood, the more glutathione the body produces. This is demonstrated in the study entitled 'Effect of zinc deficiency on blood glutathione levels.'
Another interesting study they read and discussed during the program was entitled 'Decreased zinc availability affects glutathione metabolism in neuronal cells and in the developing brain,' which highlights that zinc deficiency leads to an increase in cellular oxidants. As zinc levels are low, glutathione metabolism in the brain changes, leading to neuronal cell deterioration.
From the same study, they concluded that zinc probably requires the enzyme γ-Glutamylcysteine synthetase (GCL) to synthesize glutathione, so it is important for each person to have optimal zinc levels to stimulate and guarantee an optimal glutathione reserve as well.
And of course, since we're talking about the fashionable disease which is caused by something that it's clearly not a virus, La Quinta Columna also found medical evidence that shows that the supplementation of zinc improves the prognosis of patients since it reduces mortality and recovery time.
The Spanish researchers will continue to investigate the subject and look for further relationships between zinc and graphene oxide.