Vitamina D, sus posibles efectos en la función inmune y la respuesta ante la COVID-19: una revisión sistemática exploratoria

Autores/as

  • Daniel Armando Niño Parra Estudiante
  • Elpidia Poveda Espinosa Profesora Nutrición Básica Departamento de Nutrición Humana
  • Mercedes Mora-Plazas Departamento de Nutrición Humana, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Fundación para Investigación de Nutrición y Salud - FINUSAD

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v4n3.278

Palabras clave:

Vitamina D, COVID-19, Infección, Inmunología, Suplementación dietética

Resumen

La enfermedad causada por el coronavirus descubierto más recientemente (COVID-19), induce una respuesta inmune innata rápida y bien coordinada, considerada como la primera línea de defensa contra la infección viral. El objetivo de esta revisión es presentar el estado de la literatura en relación con la vitamina D, el sistema inmune y la COVID-19 sobre artículos publicados en los últimos 10 años hasta el mes de septiembre del 2020. Varias hipótesis describen los mecanismos en los que la vitamina D reduce el riesgo de infecciones ocasionadas por distintos microorganismos.

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Niño Parra, D. A., Poveda Espinosa, E., & Mora-Plazas, M. (2021). Vitamina D, sus posibles efectos en la función inmune y la respuesta ante la COVID-19: una revisión sistemática exploratoria. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 4(3), 73–97. https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v4n3.278