The severity of the coronavirus may depend on where you’re located on the map, a new study linking it to vitamin D deficiency suggests.
This study essentially suggests that to obtain sufficient vitamin D from the sun, a few degrees of latitude could be the difference between life and death. As important as vitamin D is, however, it is only one of many important nutritional factors affecting the immune system.
The most important stimulators for the production and function of the immune cells of our bodies include not just vitamin D but also vitamins A, C, E, B2, B6, and B12, folic acid, iron, selenium, and zinc. Numerous other natural substances, such as green tea extract, curcumin and other plant ingredients are also scientifically proven to strengthen the immune system.
Among all these micronutrients, vitamin C plays a particularly important role, as its average requirement to achieve optimal health is the highest of all the vitamins. Therefore, a chronic undersupply of it has particularly serious consequences for our health.
Significantly, therefore, almost everybody in the world suffers from a chronic undersupply of micronutrients. This situation has contributed enormously to the development of the current coronavirus pandemic.
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