Peer-reviewed RCT Finds that Vitamin D reduces Risk of ICU admission

Actually, the study found that vitamin D reduces risk that a hospitalized Covid-19 patient will need ICU admission. Reduction in severity of disease and in risk of death is suggested by the study. The study implies that this treatment could greatly reduce the severity of the Covid Pandemic. It doesn’t SAY that, but it definitely implies that.

Here’s my article on a New vitamin D study. It is peer-reviewed, and an RCT — randomized placebo-controlled trial. It finds that vitamin D supplementation of Covid-19 patients in the hospital reduced risk of ICU admission by 97%. And hospitalized Covid patients don’t generally die from Covid, except on the ICU. So a reduction in risk of death is suggested also by the study.

Read the studies. Take vitamin D.

Daily supplementation with Vitamin D3:

Children, 1-3: 2,000 IU/day
Children, 4-8: 3,000 IU/day
Children, 9-13: 4,000 IU/day
Teens, 14-18: 10,000 IU/day
Adults, 19-59: 10,000 IU/day
Seniors, 60+: 20,000 IU/day

HERE ARE THE ONCE-A-WEEK NUMBERS:

Children, 1-3: 10,000 IU once-a-week
Children, 4-8: 20,000 IU once-a-week
Children, 9-13: 30,000 IU once-a-week
Teens, 14-18: 100,000 IU once-a-week
Adults, 19-59: 100,000 IU once-a-week
Seniors, 60+: 200,000 IU once-a-week

IF YOU HAVE COVID-19:

Children, 1-3: 2,000 IU/day
Children, 4-8: 3,000 IU/day
Children, 9-13: 4,000 IU/day
Teens, 14-18: 10,000 IU/day
Adults: 50,000 IU per DAY
Seniors: 50,000 IU per DAY

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