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Do vitamins C and E affect respiratory infections?



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Regular vitamin C supplementation shortens the duration of common cold infections. Although vitamin C has no preventive effect in the general community, it may reduce the incidence of respiratory symptoms in restricted population groups such as people under acute physical stress and people with a particularly low dietary intake of vitamin C. Given the reported benefits, it is puzzling that major textbooks have rejected the possibility that vitamin C might be beneficial against colds. In this study, it is shown that the most influential reviews on vitamin C and the common cold, cited in the major textbooks, contain numerous errors. Vitamin E supplementation has no overall effect on the incidence of the common cold or pneumonia, but in the case of both infections a substantial modification of the vitamin E effect was found. A major finding in this study is heterogeneity in the effects of vitamin C and vitamin E. While there is no evidence that ordinary people might benefit from supplementation, the heterogeneity indicates that further study should be carried out to identify the conditions in which these vitamins might be beneficial.






Regular vitamin C supplementation shortens the duration of common cold infections. Although vitamin C has no preventive effect in the general community, it may reduce the incidence of respiratory symptoms in restricted population groups such as people under acute physical stress and people with a particularly low dietary intake of vitamin C. Given the reported benefits, it is puzzling that major textbooks have rejected the possibility that vitamin C might be beneficial against colds. In this study, it is shown that the most influential reviews on vitamin C and the common cold, cited in the major textbooks, contain numerous errors. Vitamin E supplementation has no overall effect on the incidence of the common cold or pneumonia, but in the case of both infections a substantial modification of the vitamin E effect was found. A major finding in this study is heterogeneity in the effects of vitamin C and vitamin E. While there is no evidence that ordinary people might benefit from supplementation, the heterogeneity indicates that further study should be carried out to identify the conditions in which these vitamins might be beneficial.


18 hours ago  The new study adds further information about vitamin D as a protection against respiratory infections but does not cover the question of whether vitamin D . Does Vitamin C Have Any Effect on the Common Cold? . Viral respiratory tract infections such as the common cold and influenza are among the most common illnesses in humans. According to the Cochrane review on vitamin C and the common cold 1 gday or more of vitamin C does not influence common cold incidence in the general community. His claim that gramdose vitamin C supplementation would prevent and alleviate colds was not based on any studies of his own but on. Finally Chubak et al1 mentioned the possibility that vitamins might affect the immune system but they did not refer to controlled trials with physically active people.


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Intake of vitamin C vitamin E selenium zinc and polyunsaturated . Available at http . Numerous animal studies found that vitamins C and E reduce the incidence and severity of various viral and bacterial infections. by AC Carr 2017 Cited by 634 In turn infections can significantly impact on vitamin C levels due to enhanced . Moreover there were six deaths during the trialall among the most severely ill patients. Inadequate support The bulk of scientific evidence indicates that regular vitamin C supplementation does not reduce the incidence of viral respiratory tract infections such as the common cold which can be caused by coronaviruses in the general population. Do vitamins C and E affect respiratory infections. can affect the course of a COVID19 infection. 13 These very properties make vitamin C a valuable agent for improving immune function. by HC Gorton 1999 Cited by 163 Vitamin C in megadoses administered before or after the appearance of cold and . Vitamin D has been found to shorten the frequency of respiratory infections by a small amount. Helsinki Finland University of Helsinki pp 5657 6667. Our study indicates that vitamin C does not affect the rate of respiratory infections in competitive swimmers. This finding warrants further research.


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