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The Powerhouse of Immunity  (Vitamin C + Vitamin D + Zinc) 

Recovering very slowly from your bad cough &/or low grade fever for days?

We all know that stress, anxiety, poor nutrition and sleep can depress our immune system, which makes it easier to catch infection.

Keeping your immune system firing and increasing your intake of Vitamin C + Vitamin D + Zinc is the best way to combat a variety of illness.

An essential vitamin that humans don’t produce naturally.
Found mainly in the foods we eat, Vitamin C is available in many fruits and vegetables.
To help regulate our body’s Vitamin C level, many also resort to Vitamin C supplements. 
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Vitamin D
Vitamin D, often referred to sunshine in a bottle, Vitamin D is what humans produce naturally when exposed to when exposed to sun’s rays.
Since extended sun exposure could be harmful, many get their Vitamin D dose from dietary sources, or just by adding a Vitamin D supplement. 
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Zinc
An essential mineral, that cannot be produced in our human body & must be obtained from dietary sources and/or dietary health supplements.
Zinc is proven to crucial in prevent out-of-control inflammation (which often damages our body system).
According to the survey by World Health Organisation (WHO), Zinc deficiency affects one-third of the world’s population. If you are zinc-deficient, you are at greater risk of infectious diseases, including skin infections and respiratory infections. 
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The above information is provided for education purposes only. 
 
References:
1. Maggini et al. 2017, “Vitamin C, D and Zinc: Synergistic Roles in Immune Function and Infections”, Vitamins and Minerals.
2. Maggini S . 2008,  “Feeding the immune system: the role of micronutrients in restoring resistance to infections”, CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources , vol. 3: 98.
3. Rondanelli et al. 2018, “Self care for common colds : The Pivotal Role of Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc, and Echinacea in Three Main Immune Interactive Clusters (Physical Barriers, Innate and Adaptive Immunity) involved during an episode of Common colds), practical advice on dosages and on the time to take these nutrients / botanicals in order to prevent or treat common colds”, Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine
4. Ohio State University 2013, “Zinc helps fight against infection by tapping brakes in immune response”, https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/02/130207131344.htm#:~:text=Zinc%20helps%20against%20infection%20by%20tapping%20brakes%20in%20immune%20response,-Date%3A%20February%207&text=Summary%3A,be%20damaging%20and%20even%20deadly.
5. World Health Organisation 2002, “Childhood and maternal undernutrition”, https://www.who.int/whr/2002/chapter4/en/index3.html#:~:text=Using%20food%20availability%20data%2C%20it,throughout%20the%20world%20(13).
6. Black, R.E 2001, “Zinc deficiency, Immune Function, and morbidity and mortality from infectious diseases among children in developing countries”, Food and Nutrition Bulletin, vol. 22 (2)

Posted On: 27/07/2020

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