Vitamin D is a super nutrient is unique among vitamins and crucial to bone health and also supports the heart, lungs, and immune system.
In recent years, health professionals have been recommending more and more of it, citing Vitamin D deficiency as the source of a variety of medical conditions.
Vitamin D deficiency may have hazardous consequences.
A lack of Vitamin D increasingly has been associated with :
Chronic muscle pain
Muscle weakness, Lethargy and Lack of Energy
Rickets causes muscles and bones to become soft, which can cause permanent deformities.
Feeling blue – low mood
SAD symptoms and Stress contributes to decreased Vitamin D production
Backache symptoms improved in 95% of a group of 360 chronic back pain patients who took a high dose
Vitamin D deficiency is common in Athlete’s, gymnasts, football players and sport players.
Vitamin D is one of many hormones involved in the maturation of white blood cells, our first line against most types of infection. In particular, researchers have uncovered a relatively consistent link between low vitamin D level and increased risk of respiratory infection.
Bronchitis (Respiratory syncytial virus)
Vitamin D supplements available on the market, is available in two forms, vitamin D2 and vitamin D3.
Vitamin D is much more than a vitamin; technically it’s a hormone. Vitamin D is manufactured through exposure to direct sunlight.
Natural Sunlight is the best source of vitamin D.
The human body can produce vitamin D in the skin, using a chemical reaction that requires sun light (specifically ultraviolet radiation from sunlight.)
Spending time in sunlight is one of the most effective ways of raising your D3 levels. It’s important to wear sunscreen to protect against skin cancer,.
If you sit in the sun for a few minutes each day, your body will make vitamin D, but as you know that can be tough here in the United Kingdom.
Plus it isn’t possible to get the daily requirement in this way due to factors including the strength of the sunlight here on any given day,
Researchers now believe that because people get less sunlight, and therefore less Vitamin D, in the wintertime, that is why colds, flu, and other infections happen more frequently in the winter. Flu pretty much disappears in summer.
“”””In natural health circles, prevention is ALWAYS better than cure.”””””
Good Sources of Vitamin D can be found in Cereals, Cow’s milk, Cheese, Egg, Mushrooms, Orange juice, Salmon and Tuna High in Vitamin D
The benefits of Vitamin D are also in supplements, ointments and easy-to-use sprays http://www.evolutionorganics.co.uk/dr-mercola-uk/dr-mercola-sunshine-vitamin-d-spray
Vitamin D-fortified food can help those whose vitamin D levels are below the recommended levels and who are at risk of symptoms of vitamin D deficiency
Rickets causes muscles and bones to become soft, which can cause permanent deformities
A typical healthy grownup between the ages of 19 and 50 ought to receive about 2,000 IU’s of vitamin D each and every day.
Howevere Salmon contains more than the Daily Value in just a single serving.
It is recommended you ask your healthcare provider to check your vitamin D level.
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