Diets that could impact Covid-19 severity


Those who ate plant-based or pescatarian diets experienced significantly less moderate to severe Covid-19, compared to those who didn’t, in a study of over 2,800 doctors and nurses. — AFP

Plant-based and/or fish (pescatarian) diets may help lower the odds of developing moderate to severe Covid-19, suggest the findings of a six-country study.

Several studies have suggested that diet might have an important role in symptom severity and illness duration of Covid-19.

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