Glad your research led you to the same conclusion I made. This is the product I’ve been taking this last year: https://www.thorne.com/products/dp/resveracel

It has high quality NR + quercetin + resveratrol

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You may have written about this previously, but what are the main diagnostic tests to confirm long-covid and spike protein progeria disease/SPED?

To your knowledge, are there specific biomarkers -- unique to covid and spike protein-caused disorders -- with corresponding tests?

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I take NMN (relates to NAD+), as well as serrapeptase and other things to try to clean me up and protect me after having COVID at least once. Thank God I didn't get jabbed (literally, thank God for guiding me and giving me clear discernment)

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Dmitry Kats (quite controversial) has been pushing high-dose nicotinic acid for Covid/Long Covid for the same reason. In his estimation it's superior (and far cheaper) than NR, NMN, and nicotinamide. I don't necessarily agree with that. One thing that folks have to be aware of is that high-dose niacin (or niacin related compounds) can act has methyl sponges and this can be potentially problematic for people with under methylation issues...

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NAD is amazing. I has post viral syndrome from covid in 2021. I started IV NAD treatments (with gluthione, L-glutamine, ALA, Hugh Dose C, Zn, Mg, B12 and B complex)

All of my symptoms are gone plus my hair has grown back

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Has anyone been following the issue of FDA barring nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) being used as a supplement?



It appears to me an example of a company seeking FDA restriction in order to channel use through patentable versions of the same or similar compounds.

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Dr. Mercola at one point recommended 50 mcg nicotinamide three times per day for mitochondrial health. I got a huge bag online, and I combine the nicotinamide with organic tumeric and pepper. Maybe I should send my (jabbed) daughter in LA a bottle. Thanks, Walter, for your research. Possible solutions cheer me up especially when they are OTC.

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Hey Walter. Nice find! After your previous ‘stack, I was kinda’ scared to read this one. To my great relief, I see you’re back! Keep posting your finds as you find them sir!

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Substack is fantastic... you meet so many knowledgeable people in all different fields , thanks Sean C .

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Ian Mitchell over at Biocharged released a synergistic supplement called Amptogen. It contains Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN). Here are the ingredients:

200mg Niacin (as niacinamide)

200mg Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN)

120mg Resveratrol (from grape (Vitis vinifera) peel extract)

200mg Shilajit

Here are their claims:


We start with Shilajit, an exudate found in the high mountains of India and Nepal. For centuries, this powder made from gradually decomposed plants has been treasured for its rejuvenating and longevity capabilities. In addition, Shilajit has been shown to promote both body and brain health in myriad ways, in addition to contributing to physical strength.


Working alongside the Shilajit is NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide), a precursor to the vital compound NAD+, which is vital healthy aging to human biosynthesis. As we age, our levels of the coenzyme NAD+ are downregulated, leading to DNA breakdown, cognitive decline, inflammation, and general struggles associated with aging. Replenishing your body with nourishing NMN helps to reverse these processes, stimulating angiogenic activity and increasing oxidation while encouraging systemic homeostasis and slowing aging.


A third vital component in Amptogen is Resveratrol, a powerful polyphenol that serves as an antioxidant, integrating essential functions into the system that boosts cognitive function and protects the body from harmful and damaging processes associated with aging. Resveratrol essentially works by protecting the lining of the blood vessels in the heart and improves overall heart health.


Niacinamide is the non-flushing form of niacin (vitamin B3), and it is vital to the process by which the body breaks down fats and releases energy from carbohydrates.* Niacinamide also helps build keratin, a type of protein that keeps your skin firm and minimizes redness and blotchiness.

You can find out more here:


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Good call. Especially when combined with resveratrol.

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In this set of in-vivo and in-vitro studies the authors demonstrate how bovine lactoferrin helped accelerate COVID-19 recovery. Let's review.


Lactoferrin for COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and recovery


Lactoferrin Against SARS-CoV-2: In Vitro and In Silico Evidences - PubMed


Frontiers | Lactoferrin for COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and recovery


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I would look at the benefits of DHEA. So few people know about it or supplement with it.

One expert you could consult with is Stephen Cherniske. He wrote the original book on DHEA

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I’ve helped over 60 people with B3, I’m glad your research has gone in this direction.

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Hi Walter, perhaps you can help. I would like to know which Endotoxins were measured in the Pfizer BioNTech jabs arising from the use of E Coli to grow the DNA. Could they include Colibactin?

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