With Vitamin C & D, Zinc also plays important role in boosting immunity; Know How!

Zinc helps protect the human body by inhibiting the entry of the virus while maintaining the integrity of the tissue.

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Published on 11 May 2021 10:24 AM GMT

With Vitamin C & D, Zinc also plays important role in boosting immunity; Know How!
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New Delhi: Since the introduction of covid-19 last year, there was talk and discussion about immunity everywhere. And people are also aware of increasing immunity. Every remedy that they are trying to do, such as diet, exercise and getting proper sleep.

Immunity Booster and vitamins:

But with this, if you follow the simple formula of 'Z + A + C + D = immunity' to increase immunity, then it will become easier to increase immunity and keep it maintained. There is also evidence that the lack of micro nutrients like zinc, vitamins A, C, and D in the body can spoil the normal immune system and the person is vulnerable to not only covid-19 but other infectious diseases like this Can come.

Zinc:

Zinc helps protect the human body by inhibiting the entry of the virus while maintaining the integrity of the tissue. In addition, zinc is known to inhibit viral replication. The coronavirus is highly dependent on host cell metabolism. In such cases, when zinc restricts viral activity, it prevents the fusion of the virus with the host cell.

This micro nutrient also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties that make the virus vulnerable, thereby preventing complications of a serious nature such as acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) seen in severe patients.

Vitamin A:

Vitamin A helps to make immunity strong. This micronutrient is known to have a protective role in the pathogenesis of ARDS, one of the more serious complications seen in critically ill Covid-19 patients. Vitamin A is believed to be responsible for building antibody immunity.

Vitamin C:

The most basic function of vitamin C is to ensure anti-oxidation, which in turn increases the activity and function of immune cells. In Covid-19 patients, lowering the white blood cell count is a common indicator of weakened immunity. Thus, this micro nutrient deficiency may increase the risk of infection, increasing the risk of complications such as viral respiratory problems and pneumonia.

High doses of vitamin C inhibit the explosion of cytokines in Covid-19 patients by increasing immunomodulatory properties. Vitamin C also reduces lung inflammation and injury due to ROS release by phagocytes.

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