This cheap vitamin reduces the risk of flus and viruses by 70%

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This simple vitamin reduces the risk of flus and viruses by 70%

Vitamin D is produced when sunlight hits on cholesterol protecting the skin. It is also present in small amounts in foods like eggs.

It has long been known that vitamin D can boost the immune system.

But the effect of vitamin D on specific types of infection has been debated.

The best way to get to the bottom of this discussion is through a systematic review of the best research already conducted.

In doing this, researchers found that vitamin D can protect against respiratory viruses like the flu and corona.

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The review of human studies was carried out by researchers all across the globe. The results were published in the British Medical Journal BMJ.

The research was designed to pull together the best human studies looking at the effect of vitamin D on respiratory tract infections.

Respiratory tract infections are infections which affect the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. They range from a mild inconvenience like the common cold to potentially fatal infections like influenza or coronavirus.

“We set out to assess the effect of vitamin D supplementation on risk of acute respiratory tract infection, and to identify factors modifying this effect.”

The researchers collected studies from all of the major online scientific and medical research databases.

The included studies were all top-quality randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled human trials.

“Randomized, double blind, placebo controlled trials of supplementation with vitamin D3 or vitamin D2 of any duration were eligible for inclusion.”

There’s a lot of good research in this area. The scientists found 25 high quality human studies. These studies included over 10,000 people of all ages.

“25 randomized controlled trials with a total of 11, 21 participants were identified.”

Taking a vitamin D supplement was associated with a significantly lower risk of contracting an acute respiratory tract infection.

“Vitamin D supplementation reduced the risk of acute respiratory tract infection among all participants.”

Weekly or daily vitamin D supplements could reduce the infection by 20% overall.

“Protective effects were seen in those receiving daily or weekly vitamin D.”

Vitamin D supplementation was extremely protective against respiratory tract infections in people who had low levels of vitamin D to begin with.

Vitamin D supplementation decreased the risk of infection by 70% in people who had insufficient vitamin D to start with.

“Protective effect was stronger in those with baseline vitamin D levels below 25.”

People should be aiming for vitamin D levels around 50 — the test is 25-hydroxyvitamin D — measured in nmol/L.

25-hydroxyvitamin D is commonly known as vitamin D3.

The reviewers found a lot of very high-quality research on this subject. They believe that their results are solid because of this.

“The body of evidence contributing to these analyses was assessed as being of high quality.”

The best evidence shows that vitamin D supplementation can protect against developing respiratory tract infections like corona and flu.

“Vitamin D supplementation was safe and it protected against acute respiratory tract infection overall.”

One surprising finding of this study was that very large but infrequent doses of vitamin D did not seem to provide extra protection against infection.

Though these “bolus” doses can increase vitamin D3 levels quickly… 

The levels are not sustained in the same way as weekly or daily supplementation.

Vitamin D supplementation is especially important for those with low levels of vitamin D to begin with.

“Patients who were very vitamin D deficient and those not receiving bolus doses experienced the most benefit.”

Apart from supplementation, you can get massive amounts of vitamin D from sunlight. 

Just 30 minutes of sunlight on exposed skin is equivalent to a massive dose of oral vitamin D3 — provided you don’t wash it out of your skin in the next few hours.

Recent studies have also shown that adequate magnesium levels are also required for the proper functioning of vitamin D.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems. 

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Vitamin D supplementation to prevent acute respiratory tract infections: systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data