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The war against COVID-19 requires four nutrients
Are vitamin D supplements able to protect against COVID-19 and other infections?
Can early intervention with vitamin D, selenium, and zinc bolster the body’s defense against COVID-19?
Coronavirus and new hope: Vitamin C for prevention and intravenous therapy in the case of life-threatening complications
COVID-19 waves and vitamin D
COVID-19, sense of smell, and zinc
COVID-19: Bradykinin hypothesis supports vitamin D’s vital role
COVID-19: Higher blood levels of omega-3 lower the patients’ risk of dying
COVID-19: Lack of vitamin D increases the risk of hospitalization
COVID-19: Lack of vitamin D is related to serious complications and the risk of death
Diet and supplements: Swiss expert panel publishes new COVID-19 guidelines and calls for immediate action
High blood levels of vitamin D protect against COVID-19 and other respiratory infections
Is there a link between vitamin B6 and the severity of a COVID-19 infection?
Lack of selenium causes virus to mutate
Lack of selenium increases your risk of viral infections
Lack of vitamin D increases your risk of virus infections and sequela
Large population study: Lack of sun and vitamin D increases your risk of COVID-19 and new waves of the infection
Low selenium levels in the soil are linked to life-threatening reactions to COVID-19
New study to test intravenous vitamin C therapy for COVID-19 patients in intensive care
New study: 80 percent of hospitalized COVID-19 patients lack vitamin D
News: Intravenous zinc therapy for patients with COVID-19
Old people and nursing home residents get too little vitamin D
The British government has decided to hand out free vitamin D supplements to exposed groups to help fight COVID-19
Vitamin D levels can determine whether COVID-19 is harmless or life-threatening
Why do severely affected corona patients also lack vitamin K?
Widespread selenium deficiency increases the risk of dying of COVID-19
International Coenzyme Q10 Association