(HD VIDEO) Positive results from vitamin D trials


November 26, 2020

Dr. John Campbell is a retired nurse teacher and A and E nurse in England. In recent years, he provides explanation to scientific studies in the health care world.

(HD VIDEO) Released on November 23, 2020.

In the embedded video, Dr. Campbell explains the science behind a clinical study of vitamin D related to COVID-19. He points out observations that vitamin D-deficient individuals have increased COVID-19 risk and mortality. This study was published on November 12, 2020 in the Postgraduate Medical Journal, a peer-reviewed journal published on behalf of the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine (short link): https://bit.ly/379Q9Aq.

This specific study shows results when a patient is admitted to the hospital with a COVID-19 infection and given a specific regimen of Vitamin D. Results show a lowered death rate, shorter hospital stays and lower risk of blood clotting. This was a randomized, placebo-controlled study.

He asks a question that he has asked over and over this year: why are governments not being more proactive in promoting the use of Vitamin D to combat the COVID-19 pandemic? Vitamin D has an immunomodulatory role, which means it is a counterbalance against the cytokine storms that are a major contributing factor to poor outcomes to COVID-19 infections.


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