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Increasing data suggesting that Vitamin D deficiancy makes people more vulnerable to get sick from Covid19

There is increasing scientific data supporting the benefits of adequate Vitamin D consumption to increase health and help fight Covid19 illness according to a new article in the Guardian.


„Low levels of vitamin D, which our bodies produce in response to strong sunlight, may lead to a greater risk of catching the coronavirus or suffering more severe effects of infection, according to some studies. Last week, researchers in Spain found that 82% of coronavirus patients out of 216 admitted to hospital had low vitamin D levels“


Cod Liver is perhaps the richest source of Vitamin D available from any seafood. Ready to eat straight out of the can. There is no tastier way to stay healthy.


For further reading see articles in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Publich Health Nutrition


The economic case for prevention of population vitamin D deficiency: a modelling study using data from England and Wales

Magda Aguiar, Lazaros Andronis, Miranda Pallan & Emma Frew, 20 Aug 2019, In : European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.


Micronutrient deficiencies and health-related quality of life (HRQoL): the case of children with Vitamin D deficiency

Magda Aguiar, Lazaros Andronis, Miranda Pallan & Emma Frew, 12 Feb 2019, In : Public Health Nutrition. 8 p