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Old 05.01.2021, 13:37
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Re: Coronavirus

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Nobody's calling vitamin D a cure-all, but there's enough evidence to suggest an amelioration of COVID-19 effects that points to a benefit in supplementation. It's all about getting marginal updates to your priors.

I'd hand out 2000 UI of vitamin D3 per person, as well as 1000mg of n-acetylcysteine[1] (plentiful glutathione is essential for good lung function) and possibly quercetin too. None of these things will make you immortal, but there are documented benefits.

[1] Ironically, you should take vitamin C with this.
Ha, appreciate the irony of Vitamin C.

I don't know the amount of Vitamin D in osteoporosis supplements, but the population at risk is already getting their dose. So, is there a difference between elder people taking osteoporosis supplements and the rest? That's a huge natural experiment.
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