Vitamin D

The link between healthy vitamin D levels and reduced Covid-19 severity stands out as one of the most promising and positive stories about the pandemic. 

The most studied supplement in the context of Covid-19 is vitamin D. What does the evidence say about vitamin D and Covid-19? Vitamin D has three major effects.

So, what suggests that vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, and melatonin might help work against any virus?

Britain should follow the lead of the Spanish region of Andalusia, which distributed calcifediol, a vitamin D supplement, to care home residents in November. 

There will be increasing government focus on immunological health. Covid-19 kills you if you’ve got a weak immune system. That’s why vitamin D has a much more general purpose effect than vaccines.

Vitamin D stimulates the immune system (B cells and T cells), which can suppress viral and bacterial infections.

Rarely discussed is the impact of vitamin D on the immune system and cardiovascular health. And with the current risk of Covid-19 and other infections, these aspects appear to be a big deal.

Vitamin D and pandemic science! Tensions between science and guidelines. How much should you take?

Zo toont een recent onderzoek onder jongvolwassenen aan dat er een relatie is tussen een goede mentale gezondheid en hogere vitamine D-waarden in het bloed.

Being deficient in vitamin D can put you at greater risk of infection, and that finding has held true again during the coronavirus pandemic.

Are you familiar with key aspects of vitamin D deficiency, as well as guidelines for proper intake and conditions related to the deficiency? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.

Is there potentially a protective role? It may be even more important now than ever. The Vitamin D status

So the evidence is becoming quite compelling…Dr. John Campbell

Is 10,000 IUs of vitamin D3 safe to take? How much is too much? Find out…Dr. Eric Berg


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