No Evidence That Vitamin D Prevents Or Treats COVID-19
UK's NICE reviews whether Vitamin D can prevent or treat COVID-19, finds evidence wanting.
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Researchers say “no strong” evidence shows high vitamin D intake is beneficial to preventing or treating COVID-19, but adequate levels are needed to support immunity. Other researchers say countries should increase recommended vitamin D levels with “very suggestive” evidence supporting its effect against COVID-19 severity.
Analysis of 12 European countries shows most governments are not promoting the use of dietary supplements to support immunity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK's National Health Service recommends 10μg a day of vitamin D for those unable to get enough sunlight due to self-isolation, and also warns against taking supplements for COVID-19.