Vitamin D is an extremely important vitamin that has powerful effects on several systems throughout your body. Vitamin D deficiency is very common. Studies suggest that Vitamin D deficiency might lead to poorer Covid-19 outcomes.

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“Therefore, we suggest that 25(OH)D concentrations should be above 60 ± 6 nmol/L to reduce morbidity and mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Read the article
“The Association is aware of disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) healthcare workers.” Read the article
“Since the initial reports of the association between hypovitaminosis D and COVID-19, Vitamin D has been pointed as a potentially interesting treatment for SARS-CoV-2 infection.” Read the article
"Supplements that contain higher than federally recommended levels of vitamins C and D may be a safe, effective, and low-cost way of helping your immune system" Read the article
"Its bad news for those of us trapped in an office during the sunny weather because you won't get any of the vitamin d benefits" Read the article
“Staying indoors for much of lockdown means some people have been deprived of vitamin D. Normally, many of us get it by spending time outside. Our skin makes it when exposed to the sun. But what can we do about it, and why do we need vitamin D?” Read the article
“Not getting enough sunlight can be detrimental to your health, because our bodies synthesise vitamin D from the sun’s rays through the skin. According to data from the NHS, people living in Britain simply don’t get enough vitamin D – which our bodies synthesise from sunlight – from October to March.” Read the article
“We know that individuals with diabetes are at higher risk of infections, especially pneumonia and influenza and that people living with obesity (who have a body mass index (BMI) of greater than 40kg/m2) as well as those 70 years old and above should be shielding and staying home as much as possible” Read the article
“There has long been evidence that a sufficiency of vitamin D protects against viruses, especially respiratory ones, including the common cold. Vitamin D increases the production of antiviral proteins and decreases cytokines, the immune molecules that can cause a “storm” of dangerous inflammation.” Read the article
“Health chiefs are urging Britons to take vitamin D supplements as they are spending an increasing amount of time indoors during the coronavirus lockdown. From around late March to the end of September, most people get all the vitamin D they need from sunlight” Read the article
"Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body." Read the article

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