Vitamin D deficiency is the primary cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths

Vitamin D deficiency is the primary cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths

Dr Eddy Betterman

A board-certified pathologist is speaking out about the underlying cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths. Dr. Ryan Cole is the founder of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent laboratories in Idaho. He has studied the real reasons why people suffer from infections. Vitamin D deficiency, which plagues approximately 70 percent of the world’s population, is the real public health issue at hand.

“Normal D levels decrease your COVID symptom severity risk for hospitalization by 90 percent. There have been a lot of placebo-controlled trials that show this all around the world. It is scientific fact, not just a correlation,” said Dr. Cole. “Data shows what kills people. Cytokine storm. If you are in (Vitamin D) mid-level range, you will not die from COVID because you cannot get a cytokine storm.”

Vitamin D deficiency (and covid severity) is prevalent for these groups of people

Some specific groups have more vitamin D deficiency than other people.

African Americans and people with dark skin

Vitamin D deficiency is disproportionate among different races and ethnicity. The melanin content of the skin is a determining factor for how well people absorb the sun’s rays, leading to varying levels of vitamin D production within the skin. Vitamin D deficiency affects roughly 47 percent of Caucasians, 70 percent of Latinos, 72 percent of Native Americans and 83 percent of African Americans. Covid-19 has adversely affected African Americans because their skin is not adept to assimilate vitamin D efficiently. This is not a social disparity, as the media advertises. This is a biological issue, one that should prompt every health authority to encourage the African American community to get more sunlight and supplement with vitamin D during the winter months.

Obesity and old age

Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent for people who are obese, which is one of the other risk categories for severe covid illness. Because vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, it is readily stored in fat cells. Circulating vitamin D levels are higher in people who have a healthy weight.

Vitamin D levels are low for elderly people who live a sedentary life or for those who are confined to a dark nursing home environment. “Ninety percent of deaths in the state have been over 70 years of age. That’s the at-risk population,” said Dr. Cole. “We have stopped our society for something that’s taking people that are already at that death risk age anyway.” He added, “96 percent of people in the ICU are Vitamin D deficient.”

People living in the Northern Hemisphere

Vitamin D deficiency also affects more people in the Northern hemisphere because these populations typically spend less time in the sun. One reason hospitalization will remain high in the North is because people spend more of their time indoors, avoiding the long cold winters and staying away from the sunlight.

Florida, despite its high density, aging population, continues to handle covid-19 more effectively than all the northern states that are locked down, holding people in bondage. Even though Florida has been criticized for being a free and open state, the population was able to have a lower hospitalization and mortality rate because the people have more access to sunlight throughout the year. The warm temperatures are an opportunity for people to get more sun and have a stronger immune system naturally. The spread of viruses is of little concern if healthy people are overcoming the infection more rapidly, as their immune systems become equipped with higher vitamin D levels.

Public health authorities are taking the wrong approach to public health

No one is entitled to live in a virus safe space, nor is this avoidance approach the most effective and safe approach for overcoming infectious disease. Raising the vitamin D level of people and encouraging exposure could more rapidly help the population overcome the virus. The inevitability of virus exposure is not something anyone can completely control anyway. Public health authorities haven taken the wrong approach to public health by restricting, socially ostracizing, and shaming people for spreading infections they do not have, for which there is no evidence, for which no viral load exists in their body. People with normal vitamin D levels overcome the infection and gain immunity.

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Via https://dreddymd.com/2021/04/01/vitamin-d-deficiency-is-the-primary-cause-of-covid-hospitalizations-and-deaths/

4 thoughts on “Vitamin D deficiency is the primary cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths

  1. It would be so easy to get people on Vitamin D regimens, but they would rather feed the fear, and make everyone subservient to them. The whole world has gone to hell in a handbag. Rather than educate the people, or better yet, the people educate themselves, they all want the govt to take care of them.

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    • I find it all incredibly sad, nootkabear. I think the message is getting through in New Zealand. About a year ago so many people asked for Vitamin D levels that the government refused to do them on the National Health Service. People have to pay for the tests themselves now.

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