Nutrient Supplements May Not Help Against COVID-19

Two small randomized clinical trials were not able to demonstrate a benefit of high dose zinc, vitamin C, or vitamin D3 for patients with COVID-19. The first study, conducted in the U.S., examined whether high-dose zinc and/or high-dose ascorbic acid (vitamin C) reduced the severity or duration of symptoms compared to usual care among 214 […]
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