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FLCCC COVID guidelines now include vitamin D loading doses - Jan 2022

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Pete commented on VitaminDWiki that larger loading doses would be better

This is a good start for the FLCCC C19 protocol, but still too low for an effective total loading dose. C19 patients need a total loading dose of at least 600,000 IU of vitamin D3 or (8,500 IU of vitamin D3 per Kg body Weight) spread over the first week hospitalized and a vitamin D3 maintenance dose of at least 10,000 IU/day or 150 IU vitamin D3 per Kg body weight/day.

  • 'Founder of VitaminDWiki suspects that such large loading doses would be needed in the hospital, but not for early treatment (A small fire extinguisher can put out a small fire)'





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