Frightened people around the world are trapped in the coronavirus today. Disruption of normal life. Stage 3 has been going on in India for some time now. The death rate in West Bengal has been steadily rising. Coronavirus vaccines have not yet been developed. In this situation, we have to take care of ourselves as much as possible, maintain distance, exercise, follow healthy eating habits. Research has shown that vitamin D can play an important role in coronary heart disease.
Several prominent researchers from Northwestern University conducted research on the subject. They studied data from several hospitals and clinics in Germany, Italy, Iran, France, Spain, China, South Korea, Switzerland, the UK, and the US to see if there was a link between COVID 19 and vitamin D.
According to the study, people in countries with high mortality rates are deficient in vitamin D.
.“We found a significant relationship between the average vitamin D level and the number of people infected with COVID-19. This is especially true of deaths in European countries, “said Dr. Lee Smith, a researcher at Angela Ruskin University in England.
Vitamin D deficiency increases the tendency to secrete cytokine hormones which in turn makes our immune system overactive which is very harmful to our lungs and respiratory system. Shortness of breath is again a major symptom of the coronavirus.
Vitamin D helps us maintain the number of white blood cells that reduce the level of cytokine secretion.
Now that vitamin D (VITAMIN D) is so important, the question is, what is it and where can it be found?
Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble secosteroids. This increases the absorption of internal calcium, magnesium, and phosphate in our body and maintains the biological equivalence of the body.
Vitamin D is essential for the health of bones, teeth, and muscles in general. Vitamin D is also effective in treating the common cold and flu.
Although Vitamin D is safe. Should always be taken in a certain dose. Overdose can be harmful to the body.
1. 25 micrograms or less per day for children under 1 year
2. 50 micrograms/day for children 1-10 years
3. 100 micrograms/day for adults.
However, those who have lung or kidney problems should consult a doctor before taking Vitamin D.
Sources of Vitamin D-
1. fish such as Tuma, Salman
2. Oranges, dairy products, soya milk
3. Beef liver
4. Cheese, cereals
5. Egg yolks
Also available as 5 vitamin tablets released in supermarkets and drug stores. Vitamin D drops are also available for children.
This vitamin D is also made naturally from the cholesterol in our skin. So it is important to spend some time in the sun during our day. Which is to maintain optimal levels of Vitamin D in our body. However, excess sunlight can certainly be harmful to our skin and body. So be careful.
However, certain tablets or foods can never keep the level of vitamin D (Vitamin D) in our body normal. So it is important for us to have a healthy diet at any time other than Corona or in Corona so that not only Vitamin D (Vitamin D) in the body will maintain the level of all vitamins.
It is still at the research stage. Of course, Vitamin D cannot prevent coronary infections. However, if the level of vitamin D (Vitamin D) is normal, our chances of getting affected will decrease. So stick to healthy eating habits. Don’t listen to rumors. Stay at home. Stay healthy. We will win this war.