Vitamin D3 and K2

Vitamin D3 and K2 and their potential contribution to reducing the COVID-19 mortality rate

The attached paper addresses the immunoregulatory effects of supplementing vitamin D3. In addition, it explains why vitamin K2 and magnesium should also be supplemented to prevent long-term health risks such as calcification of the arteries or kidney stones.

I, Dr Simon @Goddek, wrote this publication about the potential of vitamin D last summer. Since then, it has been cited 20 times, and more than 150 studies have confirmed my hypotheses, which are as follows:

👉 Vitamin D serum levels above 35 ng/mL seem to correlate with the mortality rate of COVID-19 patients.
👉 The immunoregulating function of vitamin D is promising and might decrease the global epidemic mortality.

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You can find more information about vitamin D on my Telegram channel @Sunfluencer.

Author: Roscoe Ellis

I am a fully retired Texan, Roman Catholic, Knight of Columbus, a friend of Israel. Half my heart is in the Philippines. The other half is in Northern Indiana. I also play Correspondence Chess. #MAGA

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