Difference between revisions of "COVID-19 and zinc"

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Multiple published studies have shown a striking correlation between a [[zinc]] deficiency in a patient and the severity of his reaction to [[COVID-19]].  This suggests that boosting one's zinc levels, as in taking zinc supplements which are available without a prescription, can help prevent against a severe reaction to [[COVID-19]].
 
Multiple published studies have shown a striking correlation between a [[zinc]] deficiency in a patient and the severity of his reaction to [[COVID-19]].  This suggests that boosting one's zinc levels, as in taking zinc supplements which are available without a prescription, can help prevent against a severe reaction to [[COVID-19]].
  

Latest revision as of 16:54, 22 October 2020

Multiple published studies have shown a striking correlation between a zinc deficiency in a patient and the severity of his reaction to COVID-19. This suggests that boosting one's zinc levels, as in taking zinc supplements which are available without a prescription, can help prevent against a severe reaction to COVID-19.

Many of the co-morbidities for COVID-19, such as old age, obesity, and diabetes, are correlated with zinc deficiencies.