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Patients With More Omega-3s In Blood Less Likely To Die From COVID-19


“Patients with the most omega-3 fatty acids in their system were 75 percent less likely to die from COVID-19, a preliminary pilot study suggests.” [Source:]


A growing number of studies are demonstrating that critically ill coronavirus patients are deficient in key vitamins, minerals, and other essential micronutrients. These deficiencies are known to be associated with an increased mortality risk. With research also showing that treatment with micronutrients significantly reduces mortality from the virus, the failure of world leaders to publicly acknowledge the existence of such studies is effectively sentencing many patients to death.

Crucially, the finding that micronutrient deficiencies exist in critically ill coronavirus patients is consistent with Dr. Matthias Rath’s Cellular Medicine concept. Developed over more than two decades and supported by numerous studies carried out at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, Cellular Medicine is based on the new scientific understanding that the primary cause of today’s most common diseases is a chronic deficiency of micronutrients. When applied to the field of infectious diseases, the implementation of this discovery makes it possible to strengthen the immunity of patients through resupply of the correct micronutrients.

Dr. Rath recently wrote to world leaders informing them it is now a scientific fact that specific combinations of micronutrients are an effective, safe, and affordable approach to ending the coronavirus pandemic. To read Dr. Rath’s Open Letter, and to write to world leaders yourself in support of it, visit our Vote For Reason website.