Vitamin D3 and K2 and Their Potential Contribution to Reducing the COVID-19 Mortality Rate

Simon Goddek

The world is desperately seeking for a sustainable solution to combat the coronavirus strain SARS-CoV 2 (COVID-19). Recent research indicated that optimizing Vitamin D blood levels could offer a solution approach that promises a heavily reduced fatality rate as well as solving the public health problem of counteracting the general vitamin D deficiency. This paper dived into the immunoregulatory effects of supplementing Vitamin D3 by elaborating a causal loop diagram. Together with D3, vitamin K2 and magnesium should be supplemented to prevent long-term health risks. Follow up clinical randomized trials are required to verify the current circumstantial evidence.

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