500 mg of Vitamin C showed a decrease in C-reactive protein (CRP) levels after two months. CRP is a lab marker used to identify the presence of inflammation in the body. Increasing levels of Vitamin C in your diet may be helpful in reducing inflammation your body.
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Vitamin D stimulates the innate immune response, which is how our body is able to fight off viruses and bacteria.
Selenium is a mineral that has a role in immunity and detoxification processes of the body. When the viral load of any virus halted or decreased, it can lead to an increase number of CD4 white blood cells that help fight off any viral infections.
Zinc is used for more than 100 different enzyme reactions in the body. It has been shown in studies that Zinc deficiencies play a significant role in decreased immune function especially in the function of macrophages. Macrophages are immune cells that help to engulf and destroy viruses in our body. Making sure you have adequate levels of this vitamin is essential to having an optimal immune response. We carry a professional supplement in office, NutriZone Zinc Core, that can help to supplement your Zinc levels.
Long-term and severe manifestations of COVID-19 infection in patients with marked glutathione deficency suggest that the degree of glutathione decrease correlates negatively with viral replication rate and that an increasing viral load exacerbates oxidative damage of the lung.