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Vitamin D protects from cold.

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London: Vitamin D is only resistant to the flu, lung disease researchers believe it could protect from getting infected. According to the researchers from the Queen Mary University of London, after the concluding 11 thousand research. India, London, the United States, Japan, Afghanistan, Belgium, Italy, Australia, Canada and 25 types of medical tests, such as those of 14 countries conducted the research, said…Increasing Vitamin D levels in the body controls the human body from catching the human flu, colds, respiratory disease according to the study, said Adrian Martineau.

Antimicrobial Peptide levels of vitamin D can be found in Sun lungs inflate and protect the occurrence of respiratory diseases, said the researchers. They have a low level of vitamin D in the winter, so the risk of common cold increases. Those with higher levels of vitamin D, flu, cold, said to be less susceptible to ten per cent.

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