The latest Vitamin D3 Study shows how low levels double the risk of developing Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Never Too Soon To Start
Since 25% of the population over 65 are destined to succumb to dementia (unless they follow my plan) it makes sense to ensure good daily levels of Vitamin D3.
As I point out, the recommended daily amount by the medical business is too low to achieve good health.
For those who have seen reports about taking too much, I can assure you that as long as you are eating leafy green vegetables or taking Vitamin K2 (an important co-factor) you are fine.
The truth is we need all of the super nutrients to work in harmony. Seeing all this sunshine at present reminded me of one of my pet disagreements with experts.
Experts seem to make out the sun is our enemy and to be avoided as much as possible. My advice on the sun is to get out in it at every opportunity with as few clothes as possible and to slowly build up to a point where you can be in it for a few hours. Very few sunscreens are healthy and are to be avoided if possible.
A few hours in the sun can deliver 10,000iu of Vitamin D3 and up to 30,000iu depending on how long and how few clothes are worn. Even with being in the sunshine as much as possible, I take around 10,000iu of Vitamin D3 in my supplements every day and then more in the winter.
Whether you are in the South and covering up from the sun or in the North with winter approaching, I believe Vitamin D3 supplementation is essential.
Just look at what the studies say:
Calcium intake associated with decreased arterial stiffness only in those with higher vitamin D intake
New study finds association between calcium intake and decreased arterial stiffness in individuals with higher but not lower, vitamin D intake.
New pilot study provides a more complete picture of vitamin D’s role in asthma in later life
In an interesting new trial, researchers explored the effects of vitamin D supplementation on elderly patients with asthma.
Vitamin D Deficiency May Increase Risk of Diabetes-Associated Eye Disease
New research published in Diabetes Medicine has found that vitamin D deficiency may double the risk of diabetic retinopathy.
New research indicates Vitamin D may help slow progression of Alzheimer’s disease
Researchers out of Argentina have found that patients treated with vitamin D experienced a slower progression to more severe stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Vitamin D deficiency may reduce pregnancy chances during fertility therapy
Researchers recently found that low vitamin D levels may reduce pregnancy chances in women undergoing in-vitro fertilization.
New study finds low vitamin D levels may relate to deep vein thrombosis
A recent study published in International Journal of General Medicine found that low vitamin D levels are associated with idiopathic deep vein thrombosis.
New study finds high rates of vitamin D deficiency in kidney transplant patients
Researchers have recently found that vitamin D deficiency is common in kidney transplant patients in Southern California.
New study shows low vitamin D levels may relate to more severe coronary artery disease
Coronary artery disease occurs when there is a build-up of plaque in the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart.
Take your Choice
I have included Vitamin D3 in many of my formulations in small doses and in larger doses in supplements that are used in more critical conditions such as Serranol.
Serranol Click Here
3,000iu D3 per serving (x3 caps) Plus Curcumin, Ecklonia Cava & Serrapeptase
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1,000iu D3 per serving (x3 caps) Plus 9 more ingredients
D3 Capsules Click Here
5,000iu D3 per serving (x1 caps) Plus Coral Calcium
D3/K2 Spray Click Here
1,000iu D3 per serving (x5 sprays) Plus Vitamin K-2 MK7
A strong healthy body come from a healthy lifestyle – definitely including Vitamin D3. Supplements should be taken as part of a healthy lifestyle.