Vitamin C štiti od koronavirusa

vitamin C

Pandemija koronavirusa može se dramatično usporiti ili zaustaviti uz neposrednu široku upotrebu velikih doza vitamina C.

Lekari su decenijama demonstrirali snažno antivirusno delovanje vitamina C. Nedostajalo je medijsko izveštavanje o ovom efikasnom i uspešnom pristupu protiv virusa uopšte, a posebno koronavirusa.

Veoma je važno maksimizovti antioksidativni kapacitet i prirodni imunitet kako bi se sprečili i minimizovali simptomi kada virus napada ljudsko telo.

Okolina domaćina je presudna. Prevencija je očigledno lakša nego lečenje teške bolesti. Ali, ozbiljnu bolest treba ozbiljno tretirati.

Ne oklevajte da potražite lekarsku pomoć. To nije pitanje izbora. Vitamin C se može upotrebljavati zajedno sa prepisanim lekovima.

Lekari Orthomolecular Medicine News Servicei Međunarodnog društva za ortomolekularnu medicinu insistiraju na metodi zasnovanoj na hranljivim materijama, kako bi se sprečili ili minimizovali simptomi buduće virusne infekcije. Sledeće jeftine količine suplemenata preporučuju se odraslim osobama; za decu se smanjuju srazmerno sa telesnom težinom:

Vitamin C: 3.000 miligrama (ili više) dnevno, u podeljenim dozama.

Vitamin D3: 2.000 internacionalnih jedinica dnevno. (Počnite sa 5.000 IU na dan tokom dve nedelje, a zatim smanjite na 2.000)

Magnezijum: 400 mg dnevno (u obliku citrata, malata, helata ili hlorida)

Cink: 20 mg dnevno

Selen: 100 mcg (mikrograma) dnevno

Pokazalo se da vitamin C, vitamin D, magnezijum, cink i selen jačaju imuni sistem od virusa.

Osnova za korišćenje visokih doza vitamina C za sprečavanje i borbu protiv bolesti uzrokovanih virusom proističe iz uspešnosti vitamina C protiv polia, koji je prvi put otkriven krajem 40-ih.

Mnogi ljudi nisu ni svesni, čak su i iznenađeni kada ovo čuju. Sledeći klinički dokazi prikupljeni tokom decenija doveli su do antivirusnog protokola objavljenog 1980. godine.

Važno je zapamtiti da su prevencija i lečenje respiratornih infekcija velikim količinama vitamina C provereni. Oni koji veruju da je vitamin C koristan, ali da su velike doze neefikasne ili na neki način štetne, moraju da pročitaju rad ovih lekara.

Odbaciti ga samo zato što su oni tako davno ostvarili uspeh zaobilazi jedno važnije pitanje: Zašto koristi njihovog lekarskog iskustva nisu predstavljene javnosti od strane odgovornih državnih organa, posebno u slučaju virusne pandemije?

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