Cod Liver Oil Science Study from Oslo University Hospital

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Hello everyone,

Some light reading of a study of Cod Liver Oil for those of that persuasion is below.

This study from CDC in the US of A  came across our desk, and for those interested, here is the link and it is listed below for a direct link to read more about the study. (Either of these links will take you to the study,

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04609423

If you do not like pressing this link button here is the unlinked.

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04609423

Oslo University Hospital in Norway is investing the time and money to determine if Cod Liver Oil is a possible cure for Covid 19.

The likely path the government and the medical community wish to take to resolve this Covid19 situation in Australia in Mid July in 2021, is with the vaccination and is backed by the Science. 

It is refreshing to read in this study listed below of the possibility that maybe real food could maybe help clear up Covid.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/9-benefits-of-cod-liver-oil

https://www.greenpasture.org/nutrition/cod-liver-oil-benefits/

If you would like to buy some Fermented Cod Liver Oil, please visit our site Nourishing Ecology in Australia and you can have same day shipping and Australia Post Express Postage, meaning you can have it usually the next day. (subject to Australia Post conditions)

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Cod Liver Oil for Covid-19 Prevention Study

Sponsor:

Oslo University Hospital

Collaborators:

University of Oslo

Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Information provided by (Responsible Party):

Arne Vasli Lund Søraas, Oslo University Hospital

 

Brief Summary:

A randomized, parallel-group treatment, quadruple masked, two-arm study to assess the effectiveness of cod liver oil compared to placebo in the prevention of Covid-19 and airway infections in healthy adults.

In this study, the investigators will investigate whether daily cod liver oil can prevent Covid-19 infections and reduce the severity of such infections. The investigators will also examine whether cod liver oil prevents other airway infections in healthy adults.

 

Condition or disease 

Intervention/treatment 

Phase 

Covid-19Respiratory Tract Infections

Dietary Supplement: Cod liver oilDietary Supplement: Corn oil (placebo)

Phase 4

 

Detailed Description:

Preliminary evidence from the literature and an ongoing study in the investigators' lab suggests that cod liver oil may prevent Covid-19 and complications of Covid-19. In the present study, the investigators will examine whether this is actually the case by randomizing volunteers to take cod liver oil or placebo (corn oil) during the winter months of 2020-2021. The investigators also aim to explore whether cod liver oil can prevent other respiratory tract infections, as well as explore and confirm already known health effects and possible new health effects, in particular rare adverse events associated with cod liver oil use.

Cod liver oil is a traditional source of vitamin A, D, and E and omega-3 fatty acids and the dose administered in the study will contain 250 ug vitamin A, 10 ug vitamin D, 10 mg vitamin E, and 1,2 g omega-3 fatty acids.

Study Design

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Study Type  :

Interventional  (Clinical Trial)

Estimated Enrollment  :

80000 participants

Allocation:

Randomized

Intervention Model:

Parallel Assignment

Intervention Model Description:

A parallel-group treatment, two-arm study where participants are randomly assigned to cod liver oil or placebo (corn oil) in a 1:1 ratio

Masking:

Quadruple (Participant, Care Provider, Investigator, Outcomes Assessor)

Masking Description:

Participants, investigators, care providers, data collectors, outcome assessors, and data analysts will be masked to the group assignment of each participant.

Unmasking will be done after analysis of all primary endpoints and, preferably, also all secondary endpoints are completed.

After unmasking the unmasked list will only be made available to study personnel needing this for conducting their tasks.

Primary Purpose:

Prevention

Official Title:

A Randomized, Parallel-group Treatment, Quadruple Masked, Two-arm Study, to Assess the Effectiveness of Cod Liver Oil Compared to Placebo in the Prevention of Covid-19 and Airway Infections in Healthy Adults

Actual Study Start Date  :

November 10, 2020

Estimated Primary Completion Date  :

May 2021

Estimated Study Completion Date  :

May 2023

Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine

Drug Information available for: Vitamin D Corn oil Cod liver oilNourishing Ecology

U.S. FDA Resourcs

Nourishing Ecology

 



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