The Effects of Vitamin D and COVID-Related Outcomes

Researchers investigated the effects of Pulse D therapy — daily high-dose supplementation (60,000 IUs) of vitamin D — for eight to 10 days, in addition to standard therapy, for COVID-19 patients deficient in vitamin D

Vitamin D levels increased significantly in the vitamin D group — from 16 ng/ml to 89 ng/ml — while inflammatory markers significantly decreased, without any side effects

Vitamin D has multiple actions on the immune system, including enhancing the production of antimicrobial peptides by immune cells, reducing damaging proinflammatory cytokines and promoting the expression of anti-inflammatory cytokines

A growing number of studies shows that vitamin D administration significantly reduces ICU admission and death in cases of COVID-19

Vitamin D is inexpensive, widely available and safe; getting your blood tested — and optimizing your levels — is one of the simplest and most straightforward steps you can take to improve your health, including in relation to COVID-19

Dr Mercola The Effects of Vitamin D and COVID-Related Outcomes

One thought on “The Effects of Vitamin D and COVID-Related Outcomes

  1. I have studied vitamins in general over twenty years, Its imperative to take Vitamin D as indicated on the bottle……its possible to overdose using Vitamin D.

    In addition, Vitamin D is not the only vitamin to benefit your immune system…..also all humans Physical and Mental Make-up are not uniform ( the same ) at birth, What works for one person may not work for the other person because all humans Make-up are not the same.


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