Covid-19 Assistance

Interested in improving your
body reaction to COVID?

We can help!

There is currently no licensed medication to cure COVID-19.

Make sure you meet your dietary requirements.

Micronutrients, such as vitamins D, C, A, Selenium and Zinc, are critical for a well-functioning immune system and play a vital role in promoting health and nutritional well-being. In case of specific challenges in meeting the dietary requirements, supplements can be used to add nutrients to your diet.

Your physicians will be able to use a medicine response profile to improve treatment efficacy and predict your individual likely response before a drug is prescribed.

You get 17 pages report containing:

The risk of experiencing severe Covid-19 symptoms

Recommendations for your vitamins and minerals intake
(Vitamin D, C, A, Selenium, Zinc)

Your body response to drugs
(Hydroxychloroquine, Lopinavir, Ritonivar, BCG vaccine)

How It Works…

Order the test kit

Based on the information provided on the check-out page, we will create an account on precision nutrition digital platform NutriCare.Life where you will receive the genetic analysis results

Prepare the sample to be delivered

You will receive a saliva sample collection kit. Follow the sampling instructions for saliva collection and prepare the package. You can contact us for more details regarding the package preparation if you need.

Contact us to send the courier

Send us an email at / call us at +40 724 567 691 to schedule package delivery to My Heritage laboratory in order to obtain the DNA row data. The process of DNA extraction and row data generation will take 4 weeks.

Access results into your account.

You will receive a confirmation email as soon as the row data interpretation/report is available in your account. Enjoy all the benefits of NutriCare.Life precision nutrition digital platform!

Evidence based science | Covid - 19 related

Previous research has shown that lower-than-recommended levels of certain vitamins and minerals can impair immunity to respiratory viruses and other pathogens. Nutrient deficiencies have also been linked to higher levels of inflammation and longer periods of recovery from illness.

A few recent studies suggest an even more direct connection between certain vitamins and minerals and COVID-19. One observational report published in the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation found an association between vitamin D deficiencies and higher mortality risks from COVID-19 among patients in Italy. Another, published Sept. 3 in JAMA Open Network, found vitamin D deficiency was associated with increased COVID-19 risk.

European Food & Safety Agency daily recommendations

Vitamin D
Vitamin A

Use your Covid-19 Assistance report data to obtain FREE extra benefits by using NutriCare.Life

Ultra-personalized advices

Food & Supplements

Based on your nutrition assessment you will receive the exact quantities of food & supplements to fulfill your nutrients needs.

Prevention Guide

Encourage a healthier eating behavior

According to your self-reported signs & symptoms corroborated with your nutrients deficiencies, you can find the risk of you getting a specific disease.

Meal Plan

Eat what you want & when you want!

Personalize your own diet. You can add, skip and update preferences, intolerances, etc.

  • Testing done by MyHeritage - World leading CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited laboratory located in the United States
  • *By ordering a Covid-19 Assitance Test, you'll get a FREE MyHeritage Ancestry Report*

Your DNA test offers you the powerful experience of discovering what makes you unique and learning what you really need to do. 

This is not a DIAGNOSTIC test, to see if you currently HAVE Coronavirus Covid-19 go to Covid-19 Diagnostic PCR test


Vitamin and Mineral impact according to scientific studies

COVID-19: Poor outcomes in patients with zinc deficiency

The study data clearly show that a significant number of COVID-19 patients were zinc deficient. These zinc deficient patients developed more complications, and the deficiency was associated with a prolonged hospital stay and increased mortality. (NCBI, Dinesh, 2020) de pus link catre

National Center for Biotechnology Information

Vitamin D and risk of acute respiratory infections: influenza and COVID-19

Assessing vitamin D status and maintaining optimal serum levels should be considered for anyone at risk for COVID-19. Daily or weekly vitamin D supplementation could reduce the risk of developing an acute viral respiratory infection, especially in winter. The use of vitamin D in the drug approach to decrease the risk of COVID-19 is worth considering. (NCBI, Naima, 2020) de pus link catre

National Institutes of Health

Could Vitamins Help in the Fight Against COVID-19?

It would be unjustified to claim that vitamins are the answer to the coronavirus pandemic, but it would be fair to say that there is emerging evidence that they may play a role in either preventative measures or supportive therapy in established respiratory infections and intensive care settings. Caution must, however, be exercised when recommending vitamin supplementation on a larger scale: The effects of hypervitaminosis can be severe, particularly the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and E. (NCBI, Jovic, 2020)


This is not a DIAGNOSTIC test, to see if you currently HAVE Coronavirus Covid-19 go to Covid-19 Diagnostic PCR test