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Which Supplements Can Assist Protection Against Coronavirus?


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As the quarantine lockdown continues, people across the world are still looking for ways to increase their body’s protection against coronavirus. While nothing has proven to be more effective than social distancing and proper hygiene, stepping up your body’s personal line of defense can definitely help. 


The immune system is a complex, yet an extremely interesting network of cells, organs, and proteins. Together, they help protect the body from infections, viruses, and diseases. The stronger your immune system is, the harder it will be for those pesky bacteria and pathogens to attack you. 


In fact, your immune system will keep a record of every pathogen it defeats -- almost like a journal. This allows them to quickly defeat that bacteria if it were to show up again. This is why vaccines will carry the pathogen, allowing your immune system to identify it as an attacker. 


A nutrient-rich diet, regular exercise, quality sleep patterns, and avoiding drugs or alcohol are excellent ways of boosting your immune system. Unfortunately, many people will find it difficult to make the necessary lifestyle changes. 


If getting enough nutrients is a struggle for you, supplements can help you reach your daily recommended amounts -- though they shouldn’t be used as meal replacers. When looking for more protection against coronavirus, there are three supplements that we recommend you consider adding to your daily routine -- Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, and Zinc. 


Vitamin D


Vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient that many people are already deficient in. You can find it fortified in some foods and naturally in mushrooms, fatty fish, and egg yolks. Believe it or not, our body will produce Vitamin D on its own when our skin is exposed to sunlight -- and this is generally our most abundant source of this nutrient. 


Unfortunately, the quarantine has resulted in many people neglecting sunlight exposure and instead electing to stay inside. For a nutrient we are already deficient in, a majority of people are now getting even less. 


Not to mention, Vitamin D plays an essential role in the immune system. It not only makes white blood cells more effective at killing pathogens, but it also has anti-inflammatory properties that increase your body’s immune response. 


Vitamin B12


Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an essential role in the immune system. Because it is water-soluble, our body will excrete any excess Vitamin B12 we consume, making it essential that we consume it every day. 


The link between the immune system lies in Vitamin B12’s role in white blood cell production. White blood cells are your knights in shining armor when a pathogen is making its attack. 


Zinc


Zinc is known as the Mighty Mineral and for a good reason. It comes with a wide range of benefits and roles in the body, one of which includes the immune system. It will help improve inflammatory response, while also aiding immune cell development and communication between cells. 


With Zinc, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin D, you can start to give your immune system the boost it needs during these difficult times. At Methyl-Life, we offer a multivitamin that contains a healthy dose of all three -- as well as other essential vitamins and minerals. 


Contact us today to learn more about our supplements and how they can help you shape a better future yourself -- even with the world currently on hold.

    Written By,
    - Jamie Hope


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