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Vitamin D levels and COVID

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Aussie Chris, Jun 1, 2021.

  1. Aussie Chris

    Aussie Chris New Member

    Hi All,

    I know this is well known, but nice to see it consistently validated.

    Recent (30 May) article in The Hindu (Indian media) discussing a recent study, published in Nature, on the impact of vitamin D levels on COVID infection:


    "Dr. Maheshwar also observed that less than 5% of people contracted the COVID-19 if the Vitamin D level was more than 55 ng/ml in them. The mortality of COVID patients is almost zero if Vitamin D level was 60 ng/ml and it is very high if the levels are less than 30 ng/ml." (emphasis mine).

    Here is a link to the study at www.nature.com:

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  2. Seth Nelson

    Seth Nelson New Member

    I would like to know more about this too. On a recent interview, on YouTube I think, Dr. Kruse said something to the effect that “if your Vitamin D levels are above 60 ng/ml, you could kiss COVID and still not get it.”

    Was that hyperbole? My wife and I both have VitD levels over 80 (mine’s over 100, without pill supplementation), so I’m curious. I wonder how to confirm his claim. I suppose it would only take one case to disprove it. I imagine that has been done; I’m just not aware. Are D levels routinely tested among COVID cases?
  3. DrEttinger

    DrEttinger Choice, the only thing we control

    Observational report: I treat 75 patients per week with no mask. My office has never changed its schedule since COVID. I have traveled outside the States twice and in the states 4x, all flying. I have been exposed to active COVID and newly vaccinated patients. I have not had a sniffle. My Vitamin D is always between 47 (Winter)-90 (Summer) from Surfing. I also Take NAC w/selenium, which I have for 25+ years. Also, none of my patients taking one or more of NAC, zinc, vitamin D, vitamin C, quercetin, and colostrum contracted COVID, where non-supplemented family members did.
  4. OliviaBlake

    OliviaBlake New Member

    I've also heard that the higher the vitamin D level, the easier it is for the body to tolerate Covid. In fact, those who have it go well are lucky because this virus usually negatively affects the body, muscles, and activity. It is especially bad for athletes who need to recover quickly and well. In this case, the drug Ligandrol for sale was created, which can improve muscle protein synthesis, accelerate glycogen replenishment in the muscles and increase the efficiency of oxidative reactions. By replenishing glycogen stores in muscles, bone strength will increase, and muscle tissue will be strengthened. Interested to hear your opinion. Maybe someone has already used it?

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