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Studies show 4 nutrients including 2 vitamins could increase immunity and lower severity of COVID-19

 

 

Recent studies show that four nutrients play an important in decreasing the severity of COVID-19 in patients. Dr. Peter Osborne, a nutritionist and not a medical doctor, has said that adequate amounts of vitamins C and D could have prevent COVID-19 fatalities. Some hospitals have added these supplements to standard medical care. Supplementation with vitamin D has been particularly effective.

 

Deficiencies of vitamins decrease immunity. However, those who suffer from a condition called sarcoidosis should not over supplement with vitamins. A blood test can determine vitamin and mineral levels in the body.

 

The four nutrients that can boost immunity in humans are as follows:

 

Vitamin D

 

The sunshine vitamin is lacking in winter and studies have shown that high doses, 20,000 I.U. to 60,000 I.U.,helped reduce the severity of COVID-19. It is available naturally in fatty fish but high levels are required so supplementation is favored.

 

Vitamin C

 

Vitamin C is a natural immune booster present in fruits and vegetables. It can be used to treat COVID-19 and is essential for general health and wellbeing. Supplements can be added quite safely.

 

Zinc

 

Zinc prevents viral replication, making it tougher for the virus to multiply and spread in your body. It also prevents the virus from entering cells, without a host cell, the viral load decreases.

 

Quercetin

 

A natural bioflavonoid, quercetin allows zinc to enter body cells. It is naturally present good quantities in apples and is also available as a supplement. Dr. Osborne says, “So think of quercetin as the key and zinc as the repairman, that is allowed to enter the house.”

Some of our brands that we like sold on Walmart are Organic Greek Vitamins offered at discounted prices.

 

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