Due to its direct antiviral properties, it can be assumed that zinc administration is beneficial for most of the population, especially those with suboptimal zinc status.
This study discusses the potential of zinc as preventive and therapeutic agent alone or in combination with other strategies.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are impaired smell and taste, fever, cough, sore throat, general weakness, pain as aching limbs, runny nose, and in some cases diarrhea. In the subsequent chapters, we will associate most of those symptoms with altered zinc homeostasis and explain how zinc might prevent or attenuate those symptoms, as summarized in Figure 1, and thus should be regarded as promising cost-effective, globally available therapeutic approach for COVID-19 patients, for which minimal to no side effects are known.
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The value of these studies shared with the public (who typically have no understanding of microbiology) cannot be overstated. Thank you, kind sir, for every single thing you have done to help educate and treat us. It will never be forgotten. Your friend and customer (both Z-stack and now Z-Detox). Sybil