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12 Best Vitamin D3 Supplements of 2022

In recent weeks and months, several publications and studies have suggested that maintaining adequate levels of vitamin D would seem potentially beneficial in fighting the COVID-19 infection. How do you know that your vitamin D level is adequate? Most people in the United States consume less than recommended amounts of vitamin D.  An analysis of data from the 2015–2016 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that average daily vitamin D intakes from foods and beverages were 5.1 mcg (204 IU) in men, 4.2 mcg (168 IU) in women, and 4.9 mcg (196 IU) in children aged 2–19 years ( NHANES ). What Is Vitamin D? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, meaning that it dissolves in fats and oils and can be stored in your body for a long time. Two main dietary forms exist ( Am J Clin Nutr.  2012): Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Found in some animal foods, like fatty fish and egg yolks. Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol). Found in some plants, mushrooms, and yeasts. What is Vitamin D Go

Sanotize Nasal Spray: Kills COVID-19, Now Approved in India, Israel, Bahrain, Indonesia & Thailand

Toward the end of 2021  TrialSite reported  to the world that a nasal spray exhibited the ability to kill 99.9% of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Called the SaNOTize Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray (NONS), this investigational product was designed to kill COVID-19 in the upper airways, in effect inhibiting the virus from incubating and thereby making its way to the host’s lungs.  Developed by Vancouver-based SaNOtize Research and Development Corp, the product was helped along by testing done at  the Utah State University Antiviral Research Institute . By the summer of 2021 the investigational product was evidencing positive results in Phase 2 clinical trials.  By the end of 2021 various nations in the Middle East were embracing the drug from Bahrain to Israel. Now one of India’s largest generic drug producers,  Glenmark Pharmaceuticals , embraced the nasal spray for distribution in the world’s second most populated nation. Just days ago, India’s regulatory, the Drug Controller General of India     (DC