What is Coronoviruses?

The coronaviruses (CoVs ) first caught the attention of researchers in the 1960s – variant strains were isolated from the blood of some patients with a flu. The name reflects the virus’ crown-like shape with multiple spikes of proteins projecting out from the core. The genetic makeup of the coronaviruses prone to frequent mutation.
As current cases of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 increase around the world, the focus is on developing a vaccine. Historically, the finding of new vaccines can take more than two years while there is also the strong possibility that the virus will continue to mutate. This mutation may even vary in different countries for different reasons. Until a vaccine is developed, what should we do? The best way of prevention is good hygiene and the immune boosting supplements.

Vitamin D3 spray

Vitamin D3 Super Health spray is the high quality form of D3. Taking daily of Vitamin D3 spray will help absorption of calcium in your body and modulation of your cell growth and immune functions.

Vitamin D vs Coronoviruses

It is well known that vitamin D helps regulate our calcium levels and is important for bone and muscle health, but Vitamin D seems also to play a significant role in regulating our immune system and other functions  (all human cells have receptors for vitamin D3). This is important when it comes to the common cold and the flu and viruses. It actually affects the way our immune system handles infections such as coronaviruses (the current SARS-CoV-2 is one of many).

Study on Vitamin D benefits in relation to Covid 19

There are several recent studies which tell us there seems to be a fairly strong relationship between vitamin D deficiency in the number and severity of respiratory infections.For example in the 2020 study in the USA, researches looked at the labs for vitamin D levels and Sars Cov2 positivity for almost 200 000 people. They found a strong inverse relationship between vitamin D levels and sars positivity that persisted, across, latitudes, races, ethnicities, sexes in age ranges.
Back in 2017 there was a one comprehensive study published in the British Medical Journal. This research looked at a bunch of other studies for the data It analysed and interpreted over 25 randomized control trials with a total of over 11,000 people who took vitamin D. The analysis showed that there was a significant association between low vitamin D levels and being more prone to developing respiratory infections. It also showed that daily or weekly supplementation with vitamin D have the greatest benefit for those with a vitamin D deficiency. Decreased their risk of respiratory infection by 50% if they had vitamin D supplementation.
It also showed that all participants experience beneficial effects from regular vitamin D supplementation while taking occasional high doses of vitamin D did not produce the same result. The best thing that you could do for yourself is actually have your doctor check your vitamin D levels.

Vitamin C + Zn spray

Vitamin C+Zn Super Health spray is a powerful mix of Zinc and othere well-known antioxidants. Taking this solution daily will support your immune system’s response to viruses.

Vitamin C can be of great help

Vitamin C is important for iron absorption , your skin and heart health. At the same time, this vitamin’s deficiency can make you more vulnerable to infections in general. The recommended daily intake of vitamin C for adults is 75 to 120 milligrams.

Scientific study support the folk belief in vitamin C’s ability to fight symptoms of the common cold. The findings were pretty underwhelming. One study also found that people taking a very large dose of this vitamin ( thousand milligrams) at the start of the cold symptoms had a faster recovery. Although the effect of a vitamin C supplement on the coronaviruses is not fully investigated therefore it should be taken in complex with Zinc and the other immune boosting nutrients.

Zinc should be on your defence plan

Zinc has been one of the most popular suggestions for helping with symptoms of cold and even that of COVID 19. there have been conflicting results about the effect of zinc on the severity and duration of cold symptoms Some studies showed that zinc reduces the duration of a cold by half and reduces severity of symptoms. In one lab study on Zinc has also been shown to inhibit the replication of the previous or regular group of corona virus in cells. However, an additional research is needed to check whether Zinc can prevent this novel coronavirus as well.
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