The University of Torino relates the consumption of vitamin D with a possible reduction in the risk of COVID-19 infection.
All of us in the world are aware of what is happening with the Coronavirus, not only because of the rapid way in which it is transmitted from one person to another, but also because we are looking for ways to reduce the risk of acquiring it.
Scientists from the University of Turin have developed a study that relates the importance of Vitamin D to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The study by professors Giancarlo Isaia and Enzo Medico, was presented to the members of the Turin Academy of medicine, who considered the first results as “very interesting”. The document discusses the possible causes of Covid-19 infection and clarifies that vitamin D is certainly not a cure, but rather a tool to reduce risk factors.