I know we are still having lots of COVID related complications and acute respiratory flare ups. It is a trial period in our lives and for our healthcare system.
Thankfully, great supplements have seen some recognition but still not enough of it. People with better immune system and with better immune barriers, like uncompromised digestive mucosal lining are in better shape against many illnesses.
One of the recent articles highlighted the dosing and supplements needed for respiratory support. I will have the link for the articles listed.
Here are the supplements and their doses. Please, notice some of these can already be in your multivitamin formulas, your meal replacements shake, and your foods fortified with those, so do not overdo it:
- Omega 3 fatty acids
- 2–4 g/day
- Vitamin D
- 20,000–50,000 IU
- Vitamin E
- 135 mg/day
- 30–50 mg/day
- 25–100 μg/day
- Arginine and glutamine
- 25–35 g/day
- Vitamin C
- 1–2 g/day
- Vitamin A
- 900–700 µg/day
- 8–18 mg/day
I recommend trying to get the nutrients from your food first and testing of course for micronutrient depletion. But many with digestive problems cannot absorb them and many cannot get to do the testing.
Getting those supplements in the doses suggested previously are considered safe enough not to cause high levels of micronutrients.
Fat soluble vitamins like A, D and E are the ones we worry more about overdosing them. Sticking to the recommendations above is important to prevent issues.
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What to do if you have a sensitive gut and previously did not do well with supplements. I’ll send the next email with a video on my best 7 Tips To Reduce Your Chances of Supplements Hurting Your Tummy.
Here are the article links:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7647877/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33365326/
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