Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, recently did an Instagram Live interview with the actress Jennifer Garner where he discussed immune health and supplementation.
During the interview, Dr. Fauci highlighted the benefits of supplementing with vitamin D and C. "If you're deficient in vitamin D, that does have an impact on your susceptibility to infection. I would not mind recommending, and I do it myself, taking vitamin D supplements," he said. "The other vitamin that people take a vitamin C because it's a good antioxidant, so if people want to take a gram or so of vitamin C, that would be fine."
Lore Israelsen, President of United Natural Products Alliance, said Dr. Fauci is leading by example. "Ignition that vitamin C and D provide meaningful benefits in battle against COVID-19 is an important news for all of us. Vitamin D deficiency, which is a widespread problem, is associated with greater risk of infection. Supplemental Vitamin D should be a key part of most everyone's health regimen right now. Likewise, Vitamin C is go to every accident, another key to a robust immune system."
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