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Simplifying the COVID Puzzle

There are simple, easy steps you can take every day to strengthen your immune system.

For many people, it comes down to the strength of their immune system. So what simple, logical things can you do to strengthen your immune system against new diseases? Physicians and scientists at the forefront of research into the widely variable responses to the COVID-19 disease have discovered valuable information that will empower every person.

A pattern among those suffering poor COVID outcomes points to a lack of adequate amounts of two key micronutrients: vitamin D and vitamin K2.

You’ve probably heard of vitamin D, but what about vitamin K2?

While vitamin K1 is easy to get in adequate amounts from a healthy diet, vitamin K2 is not as widely available and studies show that deficiency is widespread. Together, vitamins D and K2 act as a safe, zero-risk supplement combination.

  • Both vitamins make crucial contributions to the human immune defense.
  • Vitamin K2 is critically important in relation to the “antibiotic vitamin” D and protects against possible D overdose side effects.
  • Recent studies describe vitamin K metabolism as the potential missing link between lung damage and thromboembolism (a blood clot in a deep vein of the body)—two of the most serious COVID-19 outcomes.
  • Vitamins D and K2 play critical roles in bone and heart health.

Prepare your immune system.

While vitamins D and K2 do not prevent Sars-cov-2 infection, both vitamins help to better deal with the COVID-19 disease. By the simple act of supplementing these two vitamins, you can better prepare your immune system to deal with COVID-19 and whatever new diseases may come next for us.



Dr. Grace McComsey, M.D., FIDSA, is the Vice President of Research and Associate Chief Scientific Officer at University Hospitals (U.H.) Health System in Cleveland, Ohio. She is also Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. A board-certified physician with training in adult and pediatric infectious diseases, Dr. McComsey leads the Clinical Research Center at U.H., the central infrastructure for clinical research within the health system. Dr. McComsey is the author of over 260 peer-reviewed publications in the area of metabolic and cardiovascular complications of HIV infection and its treatment, and is an internationally known researcher in the field of HIV.


Dr. Andrew Myers is a naturopathic physician, in private practice since 1992, with a unique ability to take complex health issues and simplify them. Dr. Myers is viewed as one of the world's top experts in the formulation of dietary supplements and their scientific substantiation. Acting as coordinator for several clinical trials, he has evaluated the effectiveness of natural products in the treatment of obesity, prostate disease, and cardiovascular concerns. Dr. Myers is a graduate of Bastyr University. Speaking to audiences worldwide, Dr. Myers communicates the value of taking simple health measures to promote wellness and inspires people to apply it to their daily lives.

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