Did you know that your geographic location has a major impact on your Vitamin D household?
Whether you like autumn or not, it has one disadvantage:
The angle of the sun has changed and the amount of UV-B rays, that our bodies use to produce Vitamin D, is too low. Basically, the sun is not strong enough anymore. Moreover, people are going to wear warmer clothes, which leads to even more skin being covered.
Studies from the Harvard Medical School show, that people living in places located on a latitude of Parallel 37 or higher do not get sufficient if any Vitamin D apart from the summer months.
This has an impact on all parts of Europe, many Asian countries and a majority of the United States. Unfortunately, that means, that if your living above this line, you are more likely to suffer from a Vitamin D shortage.

Horowitz: Studies show an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented nearly all COVID deaths

What if we could simply have advised everyone last March to supplement with vitamin D (and active forms of D for those with absorption issues)? An endless stream of academic research demonstrates that not only would such an approach have worked much better than the vaccines, but rather than coming with sundry known and unknown negative side effects, it would have induced immeasurable positive side effects in the population for an array of other health concerns…

Horowitz: Studies show an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented nearly all COVID deaths

A recent German study found a linear relationship between vitamin D levels and mortality from covid, and essentially, zero morbidity for those with a D level above 50 ng/mL. 

“At a threshold level of 30 ng/mL, mortality decreases considerably. In addition, our analysis shows that the correlation for the combined datasets intersects the axis at approximately 50 ng/mL, which suggests that this vitamin D3 blood level may prevent any excess mortality.”

Studies have already shown that one is 14 times more likely to die from COVID with vitamin D deficiency.

A meta-analysis of 23 published studies containing 11,901 participants found that one who is vitamin D-deficient was 3.3 times more likely to get infected with SARS-CoV-2 than one who is not deficient.

The reality is that most people’s levels are below 30 and many are closer to zero, especially among the elderly population. 

With studies having shown zero correlation between lockdowns, masks, and vaccines and better COVID outcomes, there are now 142 studies vouching for the near-perfect correlation between higher vitamin D levels and better outcomes in COVID patients.

It is beyond criminal that 20 months into this endeavor there has not been a national campaign percolating down to primary care physicians to test and supplement vitamin D levels accordingly.

As the authors explain, the main cause of death from COVID stems from a “cytokine storm” when the body’s immune system releases too many toxic cytokines as part of the inflammatory response to the virus. 

Vitamin D is the key regulator of those cells, and the insufficient amount of D is nearly synonymous with a greater risk for a cytokine storm. 

In many ways, a cytokine storm is literally the outcome of vitamin D deficiency.