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Fermented milk may be helping keep Covid-19 death-rate low

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“Although it is difficult to compare health systems and death reporting across European countries, Bulgaria, Greece and Romania have very low death rates. This might also be associated with diet since cabbage (Romania) and fermented milk (Bulgaria and Greece) are common foods. The latter food is a known ACE natural inhibitor,” writes Clinical and Translational Allergy journal in an article entitled “Is diet partly responsible for differences in Covid-19 death rates between and within countries?

“Nutrition may therefore play a role in the immune defense against Covid-19 and may explain some of the differences seen in Covid-19 across Europe,” the article reads. 

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