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What is one of the most important supplements to take?

Vitamin D


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The Power of Vitamin D:
Research shows why eating Vitamin D supplements is a great way to stay healthy!

By Dr. Allen S. Josephs

Vitamin D continues to lead the pack. Recent studies suggest low vitamin D levels may affect mortality. In the journal Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, several studies indicated that vitamin D deficiency appears to be associated with excess mortality in the general population1. These sentiments were echoed in an article in Clinical Endocrinology, although researchers noted it’s still unclear whether vitamin D deficiency is a cause or consequence of poor health.

Other studies have shown that vitamin D helps maintain healthy blood sugar and insulin levels already within normal range. It also appears to promote healthy cell growth in various tissues and to support neurological and brain health and function. It may also have benefits for healthy joint function, and it’s essential for maintaining healthy bone metabolism.

Unfortunately, low levels of vitamin D are rampant in this country. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that 7.6 million children in the U.S. had vitamin D deficiency and nearly 51 million others were vitamin D insufficient. These widespread deficiencies were also noted in the adult population, especially in the elderly.

Therefore, find a vitamin D supplement you trust and START TAKING IT!
You will be healthier because of it.

1. Zitterman A, Gummert JF, Börgermann J. Vitamin D deficiency and mortality. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. November 2009 12(6): 634-639.

2. Pilz S, Dobnig H, Nijpels G, Heine RJ, Stehouwer CD, Snijder MD, van Dam RM, Dekker RM. Vitamin D and mortality in older men and women. Clinical Endocrinology. November 2009 71(5): 666-672.

3. Lee JH, O’Keefe JH, Lavie CJ, Harris WS. Omega-3 fatty acids: cardiovascular benefits, sources and sustainability. Nature Reviews, Cardiology. December 2009 6(12): 753-758.

If you have questions on what we take or need suggestions then let us know because of course I take vitamin D3 daily.

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