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    Interesting case report from Cedars Sinai on use of NMN in a patient with covid-19: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3581388

    The patient had a history of chronic hives; mast cells regulate CD4+ T-cell differentiation via an NAD dependent mechanism: https://www.jacionline.org/article/S0091-6749(18)30281-1/abstract ~~ IIRC Dr Patrick’s opinion on trying to increase intracellular NAD via supplementation was that it is not advisable at this time for a healthy person, but might there be use for NAD+ boosters for acute infections or mast cell disorders (or both, as in this case)?

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      thank you, Dr. Patrick. But what about zinc? I thought for sure your would have commented on zinc levels effectiveness too.

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        Dr Patrick, many thanks for providing such a wealth of insightful and useful information! One question though: AIUI chelated Zinc reversed the affect of inhibiting the Virus from replicating itself in the cell; or at least attenuated the inhibitory effects. Assuming my understanding is correct, can you provide further insight in to which Zinc supplements are viable; it seems the Zinc supplements on sale are of the chelated form in order to improve absorption rates under normal usage. Kind regards, Michael

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          Loved this and suscribed immediately, the easy to understand delivery for non-scientist gave me the tools I needed to optimize my protection and enhance my immunity.