Aida Gadelkarim Explores Vitamin Supplements That May Help With Covid

Aida Gadelkarim

January 12, 2021

Aida Gadelkarim Explores Vitamin Supplements That May Help With Covid

Aida Gadelkarim has worked to help various clients manage their overall nutritional care to fight Covid-19. Many types of vitamins and supplements can give them a better chance of getting the help they need to overcome Covid’s lingering effects.

Vitamins Aida Gadelkarim Has Recommended to Help With Covid-19

During the early months of the pandemic, experts like Dr. Fauci started to recommend various vitamins that Aida Gadelkarim knows help improve the immune system’s functioning. First, Dr. Fauci suggested Vitamin D as one of the most important vitamins to help fight off Covid. This vitamin helps support the immune system, Aida Gadelkarim says, and may be hard to get while you stay indoors during the pandemic’s quarantine measures.  That is because the majority of Vitamin D is created in the body when UV rays from the sun are absorbed through the skin. Aida Gadelkarim and other holistic care experts suggest about 20 minutes of sunlight, to stimulate the body to produce an adequate amount of vitamin D.  As the quarantine keeps people inside and at home, they are less likely to get that exposure to sunlight. As a result, Aida Gadelkarim provides a heavy dose of Vitamin D, this vitamin’s dosage is designed to be taken once a week, as Aida Gadelkarim finds this helps provide the most long-term benefits for most individuals.  If you lack access to holistic care you can also take a daily supplement of 1,000IU of Vitamin D.  By enhancing Vitamin D levels in this way, Aida Gadelkarim ensures that her clients have a healthier immune system and produce a myriad of other benefits for them at the same time, like strong bones and healthy teeth.

Vitamin C is also critical for fighting Covid-19, Aida Gadelkarim says. This nutrient boosts the immune system and also helps to improve the synthesis of Vitamin D in the body. By taking these supplements together, those worried about Covid-19 infection can ensure that their immune system is as strong as possible and capable of handling various types of diseases simultaneously.

These supplements can be found in multivitamins, but Aida Gadelkarim suggests buying them individually to get the highest concentration and quality. Most multivitamins also lack other critical nutrients that Aida Gadelkarim believes will help a person’s immune system. Though a good multivitamin can help fight off Covid, it is typically best to separately purchase these critical vitamins.  Aida Gadelkarim and many holistic experts find that Zinc and even Melatonin may help in the fight against Covid-19. Though Melatonin mostly helps people sleep – which may be tough for those struggling with this disease – it also has antioxidant benefits that help fight against infections and other health issues that can develop while infected with Covid, such as some types of pneumonia.

Dosage levels will vary – Aida Gadelkarim and Dr. Fauci suggest 500 mg of Vitamin C, 1,000 IU of Vitamin D, 1-2 milligrams of Melatonin, and 75 milligrams of zinc. It is important for those who take these supplements to understand that vitamins should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment but to enhance their overall health to improve their recovery.