Survivors Of Severe COVID-19 Are Twice As Likely To Be Hospitalized With Another Condition Within 6 Months

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“People who suffered serious cases of COVID-19 are more than twice as likely to be hospitalized with another condition, such as heart attack or stroke, within six months of recovery, a study finds.” [Source: daulymail.co.uk]

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Dr. Rath’s groundbreaking Cellular Medicine research has revealed that health problems such as heart attack, stroke, and susceptibility to life-threatening viral infections all have the same primary cause: a chronic deficiency of essential micronutrients in the cells of the body. This explains why people who suffer serious cases of COVID-19 are likely to subsequently be hospitalized with further medical conditions. Proper functioning of the cells from which the body’s organs, blood vessels, and immune system are constructed requires an optimum supply of micronutrients.

The main function of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other micronutrients is the provision of bioenergy to the body’s cells. When cells are chronically starved of micronutrients they cannot function properly, and the body becomes prone to diseases. An optimum daily intake of the correct micronutrients is thus a basic preventative measure for maintaining health, and the effective, safe control of many pathological conditions.

To review Dr. Rath’s science-based recommendations for daily micronutrient intake, see the special Cellular Health feature page on our website.

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