Vitamin D is a key factor in determining the severity of code 19, possibly caused by the new novel coronavirus.
The claim was made in a medical study in Ireland.
If you don’t know, know that vitamin D can also be obtained from the sun and you need to stay in the sun for 10 to 15 minutes daily.
According to Trinity College research, vitamin D may play a role in preventing respiratory infections, reducing the need for antibiotics and improving the immune system’s response to disease.
The study looked at COD-19 deaths and vitamin D levels in different parts of the world.
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They found that in some countries, such as Australia, the death rate from code 19 was lower, while in countries where citizens were more prone to vitamin D deficiency, there was a severe inflammatory reaction in code 19 patients.
The researchers said that vitamin D deficiency is the result of factors such as less exposure to sunlight, aging, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and increased risk of developing COD-19.
The researchers said that countries with high sunlight had a relatively low mortality rate, while those with less vitamin D than sunlight in winter and spring had higher mortality rates, such as Vitamin D deficiency is a common problem in Italy and Spain.
Research has shown that vitamin D is necessary to regulate and suppress the response to worms, which have serious consequences in Code 19 and increase the risk of ventilator and death.
Researchers say there is an urgent need for more research into the link between vitamin D and code 19 intensity, and that governments around the world should focus on the use of vitamin supplements.
He said that diet (such as fish, cheese, egg yolk and liver) and supplements can also increase the level of vitamin D in the blood, while this vitamin is beneficial for the health of bones, muscles and the immune system. And it can reduce the severity of the immune response that exacerbates the complications of code 19.
The results of this study were published in the Journal of Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.