Do you struggle with your weight?November 26, 2018
- Are you Vitamin D deficient?
- Would you know if you were?
- Have you had your Vitamin D tested?
- Do you know what a healthy level of Vitamin D is?
Why your body needs Vitamin D
Nearly 3 quarters of the population in the United States are Vitamin D deficient. So these are great questions to ask and get answers to. Nearly every part of our body is affected if you are Vitamin D deficient including our heart, bones, muscles, and our respiratory system. Vitamin D is so important for your immune system and with the current situation in the country, we all need to have a strong immune system to fight off viruses.
Be Proactive with your Health
Sometimes we take our health for granted and never worry until we develop a problem, then we are quickly trying to get that great health back. Best way is to be proactive, not reactive concerning our health.
How can I get my Vitamin D levels up
We can get our vitamin D from food, sunshine, and supplementation. Foods such as salmon, tuna, mushrooms, and eggs to name a few.
Getting 15-20 minutes of pure beautiful sunshine on your skin every day before you get all your sun protection on will help you absorb some natural Vitamin D.
Supplementing with a high quality Vitamin D is needed because most of us will not get out in the sunshine every day and our foods no longer contain the nutrients that they once did.
What we recommend is Isotonix Vitamin D3 w/k2
Get your Vitamin D tested, know what your level is and monitor it; don’t just take it for granted.
Hear what the Dr has to say
I loved this video https://youtu.be/4JQqTJm-2FM with information from Dr Sheryl Duchess so I want to share it with you to help you understand more about Vitamin D deficiency and how it affects our whole body.
Contact Sharon with Body and Skin Health for a Health Consultation
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