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What are the Health Benefits of Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD)?

Updated: Apr 5


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SOD (superoxide dismutase) is an enzyme in our cells, including the mitochondria. SOD protects the body against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals (highly reactive molecules that can damage cells and tissues) and antioxidants (molecules that neutralize free radicals) are imbalanced. I'm writing to explain why SOD is of such great importance for people who have received the mRNA "vaccine". The mRNA instructs the cells infected by the injection to produce spike protein which causes inflammation throughout the body, including the ovaries, testes, heart, liver and other organs, including the central nervous system. SOD is perhaps your body's most significant protection from excessive inflammation.


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Here are some potential health benefits of SOD:

  1. Reducing inflammation: SOD has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce inflammation in the body, such as caused by the spike protein that cells produce as instructed by the mRNA "vaccine".

  2. Many health issues, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, are associated with chronic inflammation. The incidence of these diseases is currently surging and filling up our hospitals.

  3. Protecting against oxidative stress: SOD acts as a powerful antioxidant, helping to neutralize free radicals and protect cells and tissues against damage.

  4. Supporting cardiovascular health: SOD helps protect against blood vessel damage and reduce cardiovascular disease risk.

  5. Promoting healthy ageing: As we age, our bodies become less efficient at neutralizing free radicals and protecting against oxidative stress. SOD may help to support healthy ageing by reducing the accumulation of oxidative damage in the body.

  6. Supporting immune function: SOD may also help to support a healthy immune system by reducing inflammation and protecting against oxidative stress.


Inflammation is your friend and not your enemy!


Inflammation is a natural response of the immune system to protect the body from harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, injuries, and toxins. While it may seem counterintuitive, inflammation assists healing by initiating the repair process, removing damaged tissue and invading microorganisms, and promoting the formation of new tissue. Inflammatory cells release signalling molecules, such as cytokines and growth factors, that activate the body's repair mechanisms and attract immune cells to the injury site. In addition, inflammation increases blood flow and oxygen supply to the affected area, which enhances tissue regeneration and accelerates wound healing. Therefore, while inflammation can be uncomfortable or painful, it is essential to the body's healing process.


Anti-inflammatory medications such as NSAIDs may reduce inflammation discomfort by chemically cutting short the healing processes. However, this may be a fool's paradise because healing may be incomplete, such as with a torn tendon, thus leaving the person more vulnerable to future and more severe injuries. In addition, in the case of an infection, the immune response may be cut short, thus leaving the possibility of reinfection. Therefore, a better strategy than anti-inflammatory medications is supporting the body's natural immune response.

So, while inflammation is the body's natural healing response, it can become a problem in two scenarios:


  1. Where the inflammation is not adequately regulated and

  2. When the inflammation continues for too long

Healthy adrenal glands regulate inflammation. So weak adrenals may allow excessive inflammation. It is, therefore, an excellent strategy to support adrenal function during times of stress, including the physiologic stress associated with infections or excessive exercise. Furthermore, while learning with this untested mRNA jab, we know that the instructions to produce spike protein persist for at least eight months and presumably longer. So while we don't know how to turn off the production of spike protein, we do know how to support the body's inflammatory response, including the role of SOD.


In this article, I have focussed on the role of SOD in supporting a healthy inflammatory response. So don't hesitate to get in touch with me if you want to learn how to naturally support your health, including purchasing SOD.

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