COVID-19 quick takes--part five
COVID-19 quick takes--part six

Vitamin D and COVID-19


This HND piece presents good scientific evidence on the role of Vitamin D in regulating the immune system, along with findings that this vitamin/prohormone should have been touted heavily by public health authorities—only it wasn't.

Vitamin D's role in the immune system has been known for some time, but calls for people to supplement with this cheap nutrient have not exactly been widespread. More's the pity that it now looks like most of the people who died from COVID-19 had a Vitamin D deficiency. Of course, most people overall have that same deficiency. The reason who may not have heard much about this has to do with the scandalous matter of therapeutic nihilism.

Read the complete article.


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