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Vitamin D3

Here are just a few more great benefits of Vitamin D3 Premium:

  • Supports intestinal permeability and manages Zonulin levels
  • Enables normal mineralization of bones and teeth
  • Enhances insulin production and supports beta cells in the pancreas
  • Supports emotional health and cognitive function

There are too many to mention (see earlier post), but it’s nice to know more of the amazing benefits of Vitamin D3 – SO important for respiratory function too.

Immune system strength

 

  • Get back to basics: eat a healthy diet, get enough sleep
  • Take Vitamin C – I recommend Ester C, Scorbi-Cee and Super-Cee 
  • Take Vitamin D3 Premium – one a day
  • Take immune-supporting nutrients like a good B Complex and Zinc 
  • Exercise a little each day – even just a walk improves immunity
  • Find ways to relieve your stress
  • Work on your weight to remain at a good, constant weight
  • Worth repeating – take plenty of vitamin C daily to avoid oxidative stress.
Immune Support

People ask me continually how to protect themselves during this time of Covid-19.  With the latest more infectious variant coupled with all the end of year visitors among us from all over the world, increased infection rates are of concern.…

Hairloss Prevention Strategy

Are you struggling with hair loss? Is your hair thinning or falling out? Not funny, is it! And it seems to happen a lot at change of season – have you noticed?

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A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study published by Barnett et al. look at the effect of Zinc on the body’s immune response. The study posed the question – Could a zinc deficiency, or deficiency in other immune-important nutrients such as vitamin D3, be putting a damper on your immune response?

After water, collagen is second most abundant ingredient in cartilage. It is the “glue” that holds the cartilage together, you can see why it helps arthritis and joints in general. Collagen is made up of mainly of the amino-acids glycine, proline, hydroxyproline and arginine, all of which help our body look younger, stay active and even help support the gut.

Vitamin D3

While the world experiences what is being termed a ‘second wave’ – and in some parts a third wave – we are hoping that doesn’t happen here in South Africa, although there are still many cases being identified.

There are so many symptoms of possible vitamin D deficiency, but I want to give you a few unusual ones you might not know about. Would you ever imagine any of these could be as a possible result of too little vitamin D3?

  • 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!

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