Breaking news: Selenium deficiency can impact viral infections

Breaking news: Selenium deficiency can impact viral infections

The evidence keeps mounting. New studies are coming out regularly that show the efficacy of selenium, particularly in combating viral infections. The folks at biosyn – pioneers in holistic medicine – have known this fact for a long time. When the corona pandemic struck, their scientific editors reacted quickly by summarizing the data on infection protection.

They promptly published educational materials explaining the microbiology and pathogenicity undergirding why cells need selenium to fight viruses, also of the novel kind. A deficiency in this micronutrient, named after the Greek moon goddess, had already been assigned an influence in the evolution of viral diseases. There has never been any doubt that a good selenium status is very important to maintaining a robust arsenal of cellular immune defense. Many blogs are just now starting to take up this topic and report on the healthful benefits of selenium in the war against infections. Indeed, the scientists at biosyn have been informing the lay public and scientific community for decades with informative brochures and newsletters on how essential a sufficient supply of selenium is. This especially depends on the geographical area where one lives, the kind of food one eats and any multimorbidities, like suffering from obesity, thyroid problems, cancer or receiving chemotherapy. These are some of many reasons why persons at risk should have their selenium status checked and any deficiency corrected. To find out more facts, download the folder:

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