Product Size: 2 fl oz (59 mL)
Servings Per Container: about 59
Have you checked your Vitamin D level? If not, here are the reasons why you should.
Did you know that Vitamin D deficiency can lead to depression, bone loss and increase your likelihood of diseases? Vitamin D deficiency can cause a host of problems, including thyroid problems, muscle pain and immune deficiency.
Vitamin D is one of the primary non-pharmacological agents that you should consider to protect yourself against low-radiation damage and even radiation-induced cancer. Together with calcium, it promotes bone health. In combination with Vitamin K, it strengthens the immune system and aids bone and arterial health.
Boost your Vitamin D level. Spend as long as it takes supplementing Vitamin D (1,000-10,000 IU/day) and getting outdoors without sunscreen for at least 20 minutes with 40% of your body exposed to the sun to optimize your vitamin D levels. And don’t forget to add Vitamin D-rich foods in your diet.
Adequate levels of vitamin D helps boost your immune system so you will have stronger protection against many ailments and is good for treating depression. Always remember that having adequate blood levels of Vitamin D (at least above 50) is necessary for a better brain function and for overall health.