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Managing Long COVID with the Beneficial Vegan Lifestyle

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Estimates suggest that 10 to 20% of coronavirus patients develop long COVID. Research based on a US Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey indicate approximately 1 in 4 individuals within the USA is affected. This condition can persist from weeks to years, potentially lasting a lifetime, and encompasses a wide range of often debilitating symptoms. American microbiologist Dr. Amy Proal has made another telling observation, stating, “The virus is capable of persistence in a wide range of body sites.” Even after individuals test negative for COVID-19, remnants of the virus may still be present in various places, including the brain, joints, and nerves, potentially perpetuating symptoms long after the acute phase of the illness has passed.

Are there any potential shields from being a victim of long COVID? In a study published in the journal BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health, researchers examined the diets of healthcare workers in six countries who were frequently around COVID-19 patients. They looked at more than 2,800 people, both those infected by COVID and those not; the results showed that those who mostly consumed plant-based diets were 73% less likely to experience moderate-to-severe COVID-19 symptoms compared to those with other dietary habits. These findings suggest that prioritizing plant-based food helps protect against severe COVID-19 symptoms and should be part of public health recommendations.

In a review published in the British Journal of Nutrition, researchers found that maintaining optimal levels of micronutrients through a plant-based diet could bolster resilience against COVID-19. These micronutrients, essential for a robust immune system, are obtained from both dietary sources and exposure to sunlight. Plant-based foods are particularly rich in vital nutrients such as zinc, selenium, and vitamins A, C, and E. Additionally, being in the sun prompts the body to produce vitamin D, further supporting immune health.

A 2021 comprehensive review of multiple studies suggests that transitioning to a plant-based diet could alleviate various long COVID symptoms, including anxiety, depression, sleep issues, and musculoskeletal discomfort. These insights highlight the benefits of dietary interventions, particularly those emphasizing plant-based foods, in possibly easing the burden of long COVID and enhancing overall well-being.
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