21 Most Effective Nutrients for Building Immunity, Prevention & Treating HPV

Consuming the proper nutrients is essential for preventing and eradicating an HPV infection in the body. But what are the proper nutrients you should be consuming daily to serve this purpose?

Below are the top 21 most effective nutrients for treating an HPV infection.

1) Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushrooms can help reduce high blood pressure, reduce stress, increase energy, enhance sleep, and boost immune system function and strength. All these things are essential for fighting off an HPV infection.

2) Shiitake Mushroom

Shiitake mushrooms contain many polysaccharides, which are chemical compounds with anti-inflammatory properties that naturally help prevent cell damage and increase the production of white blood cells to eradicate microbes and other foreign invaders.

3) Broccoli Seed Extract

Broccoli seed extract has high amounts of sulforaphane. According to a few medical studies, sulforaphane can naturally prevent the DNA mutations that generally lead to cancer. As a result, sulforaphane could potentially reduce tumor growth by preventing cancerous cells from multiplying and spreading to other organs and regions of the body.

4) Astragalus 

Many medical researchers have found evidence showing that astragalus has robust detoxification properties. Astragalus can potentially protect cells by seeking and destroying free radicals before they damage them.

5) Lycopene

Lycopene is an effective antioxidant for seeking and destroying free radicals in the body. It can also reduce oxidative stress, block ROS production, and protect DNA, lipids, and proteins from vivo oxidation.

6) Green Tea Leaf Extract

Green tea leaf extract contains an antioxidant called EGCG. The antioxidant has the properties to reduce oxidative stress, protect cells, and reduce inflammation.

7) Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a vital antioxidant for protecting cells and eliminating free radicals. Everyone has some degree of free radicals in their body from sun exposure, smoking tobacco, and digestion. However, the body depends on antioxidants like Vitamin C to ensure the free radicals do not spiral out of control and start causing diseases like heart disease and cancer.

8) Vitamin D

According to laboratory research, Vitamin D may have the ability to reduce inflammation, infection risk, and cancer cell growth.

9) Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an immune-boosting nutrient that helps the immune system eradicate viruses, bacteria, and other foreign invaders in the body. It has also been found to reduce the risk of blood clotting by widening the size of blood vessels.

Other evidence shows that Vitamin E helps cells communicate together to perform vital functions for the body.

10) Folate

Folate (also known as Vitamin B-9) helps the body produce red blood cells and encourages the growth of healthy cells. Many doctors suggest pregnant women consume folate during the early months of their pregnancy to help prevent spinal or neurological birth defects in their children.

11) Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is another critical nutrient for the body because it helps sustain the health of its nerve cells and blood. The nutrient helps the body produce the genetic material needed to maintain healthy cells, known as DNA.

Some evidence suggests that Vitamin B12 can also stop megaloblastic anemia, a common blood condition that can make you feel weak and tired.

12) Biotin

Biotin is associated with the B complex vitamin group responsible for absorbing energy from food. The body depends on Biotin or Vitamin H to help support healthy eyes, hair, skin, nervous system, and liver.

13) Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 (also known as pantothenic acid) is another Complex B Vitamin that helps convert food into energy for the body. It is also responsible for helping break down the fats consumed from food.

14) Iron

The body depends on iron to help sustain its development and growth, especially in younger people. Iron helps the body produce a protein in red blood cells called hemoglobin, which transfers oxygen from the lungs to other organs and regions of the body. Iron also helps the body produce another protein called myoglobin, which helps supply oxygen to the body’s muscles.

15) Iodine

Iodine assists the neck’s thyroid gland to produce a hormone called thyroxine. It helps control the functionality of specific cells in the body and how carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are used after consumption.

16) Zinc

Zinc is an essential mineral for sustaining several critical body systems and functions, such as the immune system, thyroid function, the sense of smell, the sense of taste, healing wounds, and preventing blood clotting.

17) Selenium 

Selenium is a robust mineral that helps support immune function, nail health, hair health, and thyroid health. It is commonly consumed in supplement form.

18) Copper

Copper is a natural mineral found in the body. Its purpose is to help produce red blood cells and sustain the health of nerve cells and the immune system. Other benefits of copper include collagen production and the reduction of free radicals.

19) Manganese

Manganese is a coenzyme that helps other enzymes absorb cholesterol, carbohydrates, and proteins from food. It also allows enzymes to sustain reproductive, immune, and bone strength and health.

20) Molybdenum 

Molybdenum is a critical mineral for staying healthy. It can break down toxic substances, drugs, and other harmful things entering your body.

21) Vanadium

Vanadium is a chemical with similar properties to insulin. People consume vanadium to boost their insulin’s effectiveness and help reduce the risk of diabetes and cancer. Some evidence shows vanadium may help people increase their athletic performances.


Many of these ingredients are found naturally in foods, while virtually all are available in supplement form. HPD Rx is launching a new high potency HPV supplement called PAPCLEAR that will include all of these ingredients. Ask your doctor for advice on the best ways to consume these ingredients.