A study at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico today confirmed that a healthy diet, along with the vaccine, can help alleviate the burden of the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus that causes COV-19.
The document, published in the British journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health, found that over-consumption of legumes, breads and whole grains led to a reduction in the general severity of the disease.
Researchers also say that cats need to be included in any precautionary measures against the virus. However, they noted that the focus on food-related preventive effect is often low.
Lead writer Elihud Salazar-Robles said that the food handling is well known to the scientific community, so we are not surprised that the intake of certain groups may benefit outpatients with Covit-19.
Claudia Lerma, another speaker, said the proven results provide information that needs to be considered in close contact with positive events and could encourage further research.
The project, led by Centro Universiderio de la Costa of the Department of Medical Sciences at the Upper University House, suspected 236 people of being Covit-19, of which 103 were affected.
The designed questionnaire made it possible for adults to collect data on their food intake in the three months prior to the Govit-19 trials.
The analytical material is relatively small; But this is only the beginning and shows how important the effect of food is on the disease mitigation factor and should be carefully explored, Dr. Lerna said.
(With information by Brenza Latina)