Saturday, November 29, 2014
Many of the foods and beverages that we consume have little or no nutritional value. Are you getting enough Vitamin D3 in your diet? Symptoms of Vitamin D3 deficiency include, aches, pain, fatigue, weakness, bone pain and even frequent infections. Vitamin D3 is critical for keeping phosphorus and calcium in balance, while making sure that it's used properly. Did you know that Vitamin D lowers inflammation to prevent chronic disease and stimulate immune response systems?
Improving Your Health With Vitamin D3For this review, I received one bottle of Natures True Medicine Vitamin D3! After doing some research on Vitamin D3 sometime ago, I've added it to my daily regime. I take 10,000 to 15,000 units a day. I was very low in my Vitamin D, last year, but I probably should be checked again. Vitamin D3 is essential for your health. You need Vitamin D3 to maintain or improve your health. If you're deficiency in Vitamin D, you may experience restless sleep, muscle cramps, general fatigue, joint pain, muscle pain or weakness, inability to concentrate, headaches, constipation or diarrhea, and bladder problems.
There are nine serious medical conditions that have been linked to vitamin D deficiency, which are:
- Heart Disease
- High Blood Pressure
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Periodontal Disease
- Below 5 years old - 35 units per pound, per day
- Age 5-10 - 2500 units per day
- Adults - 4000-8000 units
- Pregnant Women - 5000 -10000
- 400 IUs for infants, children and adolescents
- 200 IUs for adults up to age 50
- 400 IUs for adults aged 51 to 70
- 600 IUs for seniors over 70
Be sure to check out all the articles on Vitamin D/D3 on my Pinterest board Called, Supplement: Vitamin D/D3! At the moment I've pinned over 100 articles on, how Vitamin D/D3 can help improve your health.
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