Taking copper supplements – or eating more copper-rich foods, such as leafy vegetables, nuts and organ meats – could protect against infection, say researchers from Oslo University in Norway. It’s a proven killer of other viruses, such as bronchitis, polio, HIV and MRSA, and it could be just as effective against Covid-19. Copper could also be used as a cleaning agent on surfaces where the virus may have settled.
In a separate study, researchers from Athens University are planning to test copper with NAC (N-acetylcysteine) in combination against the virus. They say that earlier studies have shown both to be effective virus killers.
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(Sources: Medical Hypotheses, 2020; doi: 10.1016/j.mehy.2020.109814 (Oslo study); In Vivo, 2020; 34 (3 suppl): 1567-88)