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“Bolstering previous research, scientists publish ‘remarkable’ data showing strong link between vitamin deficiency, prevalent in Israel, and death or serious illness among patients…”

“… Researchers from Bar Ilan University and the Galilee Medical Center say that the vitamin has such a strong impact on disease severity that they can predict how people would fare if infected based on nothing more than their ages and vitamin D levels…

“…Lacking vitamin D significantly increases danger levels, they concluded in newly peer-reviewed research published Thursday in the journal PLOS One…”

“… They also determined that hospitalized patients who were vitamin D deficient were 14 times more likely, on average, to end up in severe or critical condition than others…”

“…’What we’re seeing when vitamin D helps people with COVID infections is a result of its effectiveness in bolstering the immune systems to deal with viral pathogens that attack the respiratory system’…”




5 thoughts on “Israeli study offers strongest proof yet of vitamin D’s power to fight COVID

  1. Jasper says:

    It is just too cheap to give everybody vitamin D…

  2. Klaus Peter Oberbillig says:

    Very interesting – thanks HH!

  3. pmchr says:

    So combining ivermectine with Vitamin D (and a couple of other meds) should solve above 90% of the COVID issue. Just as real scientist have been saying since April / May 2020.
    Everybody willing to know, knows.

  4. Dave says:

    Vitamin D, and zinc are part of Dr. Vladimer Zelenko`s protocols. He was one of the Doctors using Hydroxychloroquine, and Ivermectin early on. The powers that be knew this on day 1.

  5. Rob Ballantyne says:

    I agree with both the ivermectin and the Pfizermectin/Pavlovid (they operate the same way – see Dr John Campbell’s blog where he compares the peer reviewed papers). Vitamin D won’t help you if you take too much but if you are deficient, it causes lots of problems. You see it in the Arctic sometimes. For a place like Israel, with tons of sun, it is a real surprise to hear of deficient Vitamin D.

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