vitamin D

Compelling reasons to take vitamin D everyday

Compelling reasons to take vitamin D everyday

  • Boosts Immunity
  • Reduces Fatigue
  • Fights Infections
  • Offers Adrenal Support
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Reduces/Eliminates Allergy Response
  • Increases Energy

… and more!

November is Vitamin D Awareness Month, and Nov 2nd is World Vitamin D Day! The goal with these awareness campaigns is to educate people on the importance of vitamin D for health and to prevent vitamin D deficiency – which is especially important now with research showing the connection between vitamin D deficiency and increased risk of COVID-19 infection and severity.

Make sure your vitamin D level is good. Take vitamin D everyday. Scientists recommend a level between 40-60 ng/ml (100-150 nmol/L) or more. I recommend a blood test at a pathology lab, and then if it’s low take 1 x Vitamin D3 Premiumdaily – test again in 3-6 months and get it up to the optimum level.

The first Randomized Controlled Trial on vitamin D3 and COVID-19 has shown a 96% lower risk of ICU admission for those receiving vitamin D (as 25(OH)D to quickly boost vitamin D blood levels) along with the standard treatment, compared to those receiving standard treatment alone. These results support many previous observational studies showing a relationship between vitamin D levels and intake and COVID-19 severity.



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Originally published on in 2020.

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