Longtime critical care physician Dr. Paul Marik hypothesizes that certain patients’ brain fog and other “profoundly disabling” neurological symptoms result from spike proteins created by the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.
Marik helped establish the non-profit Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), which has become noted for its advocacy of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 infection. Vaccine injuries are often misdiagnosed because the spike protein linked with COVID-19 affects many organ systems.
As an example of something that is harmless in small doses but may be fatal in large ones, Marik mentioned cyanide. Vaccine injuries are often misdiagnosed because the spike protein linked with COVID-19 affects many organ systems.
Key points include that over 80% of post-vaccine patients experience neurological symptoms like brain fog, cognitive dysfunction, and memory dysfunction and that many suffer from small nerve neuropathy, a disorder of the nerves characterized by severe pain attacks that usually start in the feet or hands.
Marik also cautioned against depending on detox products to eliminate spike proteins, urging people to use the body’s natural cellular breakdown process instead. He also warned against relying on detox items to eliminate spike proteins, saying that the body has its cellular disintegration mechanism that should be used instead. Marik concluded by advising caution when using detoxification solutions since they may increase the levels of spike proteins in the body.
Autophagy is a cellular process that degrades and recovers damaged, toxic, or outdated components to release energy and maintain equilibrium.
To make the most of this innate capacity for regeneration, Marik recommended that his patients engage in “intermittent fasting,” also known as “time-related feeding.” Because eating before bed turns off autophagy and affects the brain’s glymphatic system, which washes out metabolic waste, he also emphasized the need to get enough sleep. Since most individuals only eat during a six- to eight-hour window each day, Marik stressed the necessity of adjusting dietary habits.