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Cold and Flu Vitamin Cocktail
for Immune System Health

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Over the past few years a lot has been learned about the immune system. Viral infections such as the Flu and mucosal infections such as the Common Cold have shown evidence that they respond well to the following vitamin cocktail. At Super Cyber Mall we are providing this page for those in search of these vitamin supplements.

Although many studies have shown the effectiveness of supplementation in the prevention of disease and the reduction of the severity of disease few have shown effectiveness of supplementation for treatment of acute disease. Oral supplements and even the vitamin D created by sunlight are not the actual vitamin molecules necessary for a healthy immune system. It takes days for the liver and the kidneys to create the actual vitamin molecules. Therefore if supplementation is started after becoming infected it is too late for the supplements to do much good. These supplements must be already in place in the body, some being stored in fat cells, before being exposed to an infectious agent.

There are numerous study results published on the internet. We have provided links to just a few. Visit this page often as we will modify the list of internet articles as new information becomes available.

Links to general articles about supplements and infectious disease.

Three vitamins, minerals to boost your immune system and fight COVID-19

Earlier this year, Palacios collaborated with a team of international experts to develop a guide, which was published in the official journal of the Latin American Society of Nutrition (SLAN), to help frontline workers protect their health through supplements and food. During the webinar, Palacios shared some of those recommendations—which are applicable for adults in the general public, as cities continue to reopen.

Here are the top three supplements adults should consider taking.

1. Vitamin C. This vitamin has been hailed for years as a go-to source for aiding the immune system. Palacios said vitamin C is vital for the health of leukocytes, a type of white blood cells that help fight infections. It’s particularly important during a pandemic. She recommends adults take a supplement of 1000 mg twice every day.

She also recommended consuming foods rich in vitamin C. These foods include the classics of orange juice and oranges as well as other citric fruits and vegetables including grapefruit, strawberries, tomatoes and cranberries.

2. Vitamin D. Most often we get our vitamin D through the sun, but throughout this time, Palacios said, taking a supplement is a good idea. She added that studies have shown that low levels of vitamin D have been associated with a greater risk of developing respiratory conditions in adults and children.

In fact, studies have begun to show that people with vitamin D deficiencies are at a higher risk of getting infected by the COVID-19 virus. The time to act is now.

Palacios recommended adults take a supplement of vitamin D3 of 1000 International Units (IU) once or twice per day, consumed during meals.

Additionally, you can boost your intake of vitamin D by eating fish and other foods fortified with the vitamin.

For those who have a vitamin D deficiency, consult with your doctor or dietician for an accurate dosage of the supplement.

3. Zinc. Palacios said that zinc is crucial for normal development and functioning of cells mediating part of the immune system. She added that studies have shown that increased concentrations of zinc can inhibit the replication of viruses like poliovirus and SARS-coronavirus.

She recommended adults take a zinc supplement of 40 mg or less once a day.

https://news.fiu.edu/2020/three-vitamins,-minerals-to-boost-your-immune-system-to-fight-covid-19

Common Supplements Might Reduce COVID Severity

The Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) and other healthcare organizations have incorporated a mix of readily available agents into their management protocol for COVID-19, while acknowledging that “there is very limited data (and none specific for COVID-19)” for the combinations.

For prophylaxis, the medical school recommends vitamin C (500 mg) and quercetin (250 mg-500 mg twice a day) with zinc (75 mg-100 mg per day), melatonin (0.3 mg-2 mg) each night, and vitamin D3 (1,000-4,000 IU per day). Famotidine (20 mg-40 mg per day) may be added to the mix. For patients with mild symptoms, EVMS recommends the same combination, with optional additions of ivermectin (150 ug-200 ug per kg as a single dose), and one low-dose or regular aspirin per day.

https://www.uspharmacist.com/article/common-supplements-might-reduce-covid-severity

Here is our list of Suppliments.

Come back often as we will update the list as new information becomes available.

Articles relating to Vitamin D.

Vitamin D, Now Conclusive

Definitive Evidence from Meta-Analysis and Trial Sequential Analysis

Now we now know that Vitamin D supplementation provides substantial benefit in terms of reducing admission to intensive care during the CoronaVirus pandemic. 72% is the probable figure; certainly substantial, and it probably also gives us a 51% protection against death with Vitamin D supplementation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5sc7G4s4CY&t=13s

Vitamin D and COVID-19 Research

There is evidence that vitamin D may prevent or improve outcomes in many infectious and inflammatory conditions including acute and chronic respiratory infections. There is also an increasing understanding of its immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory functions. A recent meta-analysis found a 70% reduction in viral respiratory tract infections among persons with vitamin D deficiency randomized to vitamin D treatment.

https://chess.uchicago.edu/vitamind/

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Articles relating to Vitamin K2.

The HUGE 50%+ Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3, Magnesium & Calcium MISTAKES!



50%+ People are Vitamin K2 deficient, 50%+ are Vitamin D3 Deficient & 50%+ Magnesium deficient. Help your immune system, blood vessels, bone health & muscles!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esTz-_Mpm4Q


Many people have never heard of vitamin K2. This vitamin is found in fewer foods than K1. It’s found in animal-based foods, like beef liver and cheese, while K1 is found in plant foods.

However, this powerful nutrient plays an essential role in many aspects of your health. In fact, some think that vitamin K2 may be the missing link between diet and several chronic diseases.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-k2

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Articles relating to Zinc.

Twice-Daily Oral Zinc in the Treatment of Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial


Conclusions:

Our results showed that, in COVID-19 patients, oral zinc can decrease 30-day death, ICU admission rate and can shorten symptom duration.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36367144/

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Zinc 50mg 250 Tabs, NOW Foods | VitaSprings.com VitZinc
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Zinc Picolinate 50mg 120 Caps, NOW Foods | VitaSprings.com VitZinc
$10.43



Articles relating to Vitamin C.

The role of vitamin C in pneumonia and COVID-19 infection in adults with European ancestry: a Mendelian randomisation study.


Conclusions

Mendelian randomisation analysis provided little evidence for an association of genetically predicted circulating levels of vitamin C with COVID-19 or pneumonia and thus our findings provided little support to the use of vitamin C in prevention and treatment in these patients, unless high dose vitamin C infusion has therapeutic effects via different biological pathways.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41430-021-00993-4

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Non-GMO Vitamin C 1000 mg, 60 Tablets, Source Naturals | VitaSprings.com VitC
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Vitamin C-1000 with Rose Hips, 100 Tablets, NOW Foods | VitaSprings.com VitC
$8.11



Articles relating to Turmeric-Curcumin.

Turmeric as a Possible Treatment for COVID-19-Induced Anosmia and Ageusia

In conclusion, we present two individuals who experienced significant improvement in taste and smell shortly after ingestion of one dose of a turmeric supplement. The risk of one dose of turmeric is low in healthy individuals not on medications metabolized by cytochromes P450, and the potential benefit of regaining senses of taste and smell is high. Additional objective studies are needed to determine whether treatment with turmeric is helpful across a broader population and if so, via what mechanism of action.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8502749/

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Kirkland Signature Turmeric, 1000 mg Per Serving, 240 Vegetarian Capsules | VitaSprings.com VitTurm
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Curcumin Phytosome with Meriva, 60 Veggie Capsules, Doctor`s Best | VitaSprings.com VitTurm
$33.36


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Curcumin, Turmeric Extract Standardized, Value Size, 120 Vegetarian Capsules, NOW Foods | VitaSprings.com VitTurm
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Turmeric Curcumin C3, 180 Vegetarian Capsules, Nature`s Lab | VitaSprings.com VitTurm
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Turmeric Standardized Herbal Extract Capsules VitTurm
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Articles relating to Quercetin.

Quercetin as a possible complementary agent for early-stage COVID-19: Concluding results of a randomized clinical trial

Results: After one week of treatment, patients in the quercetin group showed a speedy recovery from COVID-19 as compared to the control group, i.e., 34 patients (vs. 12 in the control group) tested negative for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (p = 0.0004), and 26 patients (vs. 12 in the control group) had their COVID-19-associated acute symptoms resolved (p = 0.0051). Patients in the quercetin group also showed a significant fall in the serum lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) mean values i.e., from 406.56 ± 183.92 to 257.74 ± 110.73 U/L, p = 0.0001. Quercetin was well-tolerated by all the 50 patients, and no side effects were reported.

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphar.2022.1096853/full

The therapeutic efficacy of quercetin in combination with antiviral drugs in hospitalized COVID-19 patients: A randomized controlled trial

The statistical assessments indicated that daily taking of 1000 mg quercetin for 1 week, was associated with partially shorter hospitalization time. The average of days between the 7th day of intervention to discharge time was significantly lower in the patients who were taking quercetin in comparison with the patients in the control group

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0014299921007718

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Articles relating to Magnesium.

The BIG Magnesium MISTAKE 50%+ People Are Making!

Magnesium can help with chronic pain, diabetes, cardiovascular health, heart disease, sleep, and depression. But according to WHO statistics, as much as 75% of the U.S. adult population does not meet the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Recommended Daily Intake of 420 mg.

It`s worth noting that while magnesium has numerous benefits, it`s essential to talk to your doctor before taking magnesium supplements, as too much magnesium can adversely affect your health.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DzSw8Ynhpo

You`re Probably Taking your Vitamin D Wrong, and it Could be Dangerous

Because our bodies are complicated when we take Vitamin D we`re not just raising our vitamin D levels. We actually end up affecting our other nutrient levels and other processes in our bodies, and one of these processes is the reason that taking vitamin D wrong can be dangerous, not to mention ineffective, and that reason is Magnesium.

So when you take Vitamin D it actually requires Magnesium to be used in all these different processes in your body. So taking vitamin D actually uses up some of your Magnesium in order to make it effective. So this has two effects.

First taking vitamin D actually depletes your Magnesium levels, because the more Vitamin D you take the more Magnesium you need to use up in order to take advantage of that Vitamin D and put it to work in your body

and because half the population is not getting enough Magnesium this is going to lead to a really bad downstream effect in a lot of people which is going to be depleted Magnesium which is bad on its own and also once your Magnesium is depleted you can`t actually use any more of that vitamin D you`re supplementing.

So you`re out of Magnesium and then Vitamin D won`t even work anymore because of that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIctSDVYchQ

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