Curious Cook: Presidential nutrients


Oysters are a rich source of zinc, which has been shown to temper excessive inflammation, which can occur in response to pathogens. — Filepic

The treatment of American President Donald Trump during his encounter with Covid-19 was interesting. I cannot comment about the specialist anti-viral drugs he was given but it was notable that he was supplemented with some of the nutrients mentioned in my previous article ‘Diet in the age of Covid-19’.

In particular, the focus on providing him with supplemental zinc and Vitamin D was curious and therefore these nutrients are worth a closer look. One must also assume he obtained adequate amounts of other nutrients as he was staying at an extraordinarily exclusive hospital.

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