Natural Remedies and Supplements for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
March 10, 2020
ConsumerLab is a highly respected provider of independent test results and information to help consumers and healthcare professionals identify the best quality health and nutrition products. They posted guidance regarding supplements to treat or provent COVID-19 infection. We emphasize this statement in their post: "None have been proven to work, but some have possible limited benefit." (Emphasis in the original.)
Many supplements and natural treatments are being promoted to prevent or treat coronavirus (COVID-19). None have been proven to work, but some have possible limited benefit. Here's what you need to know.
If you are planning to try any, be aware that ConsumerLab has tested and reviewed many of these products and it may be worthwhile to check ConsumerLab's Top Picks in each category—based on best quality, appropriateness of strength and dosing, and value—using the links provided below.
Of course, the most important thing you can do to avoid infection with coronavirus is to prevent exposure by following the latest recommendations of the CDC and World Health Organization and take steps to stay healthy, including getting adequate sleep and adequate (but not excessive) intakes of essential nutrients, such as vitamins C and D, as described below.
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- Dr. Wayne Jonas: 3 Ways to Use Supplements for Healing