Solve questions, add "Vitamin D" to reduce the risk of "Covi

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Solve questions, add "Vitamin D" to reduce the risk of "Covi

Postby jira13578 » 16 Jun 2021 06:43

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Several studies have linked low levels of vitamin D to the risk of serious illnesses. Although it has not been proven that vitamin D deficiency is the direct cause of this.

And a report published in the journal PLoS Medicine in early June indicates that increasing vitamin D levels with the use of dietary supplements It will not reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19 in any way.

The researchers studied data slotxofrom more than 1.2 million people of European descent in 11 countries and found that Although some people have genetic traits that naturally lead to higher than normal levels of vitamin D in the body. But these people are not at any lower risk in terms of their chances of contracting COVID-19. Chances of hospitalization or having any serious illness

Therefore, the researchers who studied this from people in Europe suggest that Increasing vitamin D levels for people with vitamin D deficiency does not help prevent coronavirus infection. and other experts It is hoped that the study's findings will be expanded to include African and non-European people in the future as well.
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