Remarks: Why is ZINC with HCQ important in treatment for COVID-19 and has Comorbidity of Obesity , Zinc Deficiency is linked to the Comorbidity of Obesity and the hydroxychloroquine, “opens the zinc channel” allowing the zinc to enter the cell, which then “blocks the replication of cellular machinery.” In this instance, chloroquine has no drug action. It is the zinc that is in play. FULL STORY HERE: https://www.4cmitv.com/2020/09/14/1993-jan-01-covid-19-obesity-comorbidity-linked-with-zinc-deficiency-companion-medication-hcq-zinc/
Dr. Anthony Cardillo:
Dr. Anthony Cardillo, added that combining the drug with zinc has been the key to the success. The hydroxychloroquine, he said, “opens the zinc channel” allowing the zinc to enter the cell, which then “blocks the replication of cellular machinery.” In this instance, chloroquine has no drug action. It is the zinc that is in play, and I find it concerning that so many news organizations (and governments) are failing to convey this fact..opting, instead, to portray chloroquine as having the key drug action. It does not…
COVID-19 Target Demographic of Comorbidities
A new study from the CDC found that 90% of hospitalized patients had one or more underlying condition before contracting COVID-19. Those most susceptible are the elderly and those with underlying health issues such as Diabetes, Obesity, Asthma, COPD, and Hypertension. The symptoms of some include loss of taste and smell and in some diarrhea. As shown below, studies have shown that in all these conditions mentioned, there seems to be a correlation with zinc deficiency.
*Zinc Deficiency and Obesity*
J Med . 1993;24(2-3):177-83.
Zinc has important effects on metabolism, and on the thermoregulation of obese individuals. The aim of our investigation was to evaluate the serum zinc levels in obese patients before and after severe hypocaloric diets and to evaluate its correlation with the body mass index (BMI). Patients followed a severe hypocaloric diet (737 Kcal) for 60 days. Serum Zn levels and BMI were evaluated. Zn levels in obese patients were significantly (p < 0.01) lower than in controls, whereas the BMI values were significantly greater. At the end a severe hypocaloric diet, serum Zn and BMI levels returned to normal values. Our data show a possible relationship of the serum Zn levels with the anabolic and catabolic mechanisms in obesity, although the exact metabolic role of this bio-element remains unclear.
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