Covid-19 prevention and self-treatment [Zinc & Vitamin D]
Covid-19 prevention and self-treatment [Zinc & Vitamin D] : WIX
- Zinc -
Zinc is in meat, egg and seafood especially much in oyster, and its antiviral effects are well known through numerous studies. Growing children, pregnant women, and vegetarians are likely to be deficient, and chronically ill and more than 65 years old are often deficient.
Zinc concentration in blood of Covid-19 patients was 43 for deaths and 63 for survivors, and the mortality rate increased by 23% for patients below 50 zinc concentration at hospitalization. Zinc reduces the incidence of cytokine storms.
Zinc is an essential mineral for cell formation and immunity. If you have diarrhea or inflammation, skin trouble, you can doubt a zinc deficiency.
- Vitamin D -
Vitamin D is the best number one for its antiviral effect and most important. Vitamin D concentration in blood of asymptomatic patients and severely confirmed patients were 28 and 15, and the deficiency rates were 32% and 96%, respectively.
Vitamin D is effective as much as vaccines in preventing flu. The average prevention rate is 25%, but it is 75% in the case of vitamin D deficiency. It is also necessary for the formation of antibodies after vaccination, so vitamin D is essential for Covid-19 and flu.
Vitamin D is said to be a hormone, not a nutrient. For convenience, we know it as a nutrient, and the winter flu epidemic with less sun exposure is also related to vitamin D formation. You can take about 15 minutes of all exposure of body a day, or supplement via food is possible. It is much in shiitake mushrooms and fishes. Anchovy, a small fish that is dried and eaten whole, is a way to consume both vitamin D and calcium.
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Zinc and vitamin D are two of the few prescribed by the world’s best medical staff to someone who used the world’s strongest powers for his hate. He was also prescribed aspirin, which known prevents blood from clotting. We can expect it can reduce blood vessel damage when an inflammatory reaction occurs due to Covid-19.
In addition, vitamin C is also known to have good effects on the flu and Covid-19.
Eat eggs or oyster, and try for enough vitamin D, and include peppers or green tea, which are high in vitamin C, in your diet. For pepper, discard the seeds inside and eat only the outer shell. Ready some aspirin for an emergency.
Posted by Anna for Hippie Girls
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