Are you Vitamin D3 deficient?

 

D3 deficiency has serious consequences for good health. The vast majority of the population is deficient, and there’s reason to believe it underlies a wide range of major health problems.  It doesn’t just happen when you are older.

So how do you know if you’re deficient?  Check for these symptoms.
1. Bone Loss:

A diagnosis of low bone mineral density may be a major sign of vitamin D deficiency. Getting enough of this vitamin is important for preserving bone mass as you get older. Many older women who are diagnosed with bone loss believe they need to take more calcium. However, they may be deficient in vitamin D as well.

2. Getting Sick or Infected Often:

One of vitamin D’s most important roles is keeping your immune
system strong so you’re able to fight off the viruses and bacteria that cause illness.

3. Chronic Fatigue and Tiredness:

Feeling tired can have many causes and vitamin D deficiency may be one of them.  Many people could ditch the energy drinks if they upped their Vitamin D3.

4. Bone and Back Pain:

Bone pain and lower back pain may be signs of inadequate vitamin D levels in the blood. Vitamin D is involved in maintaining bone health through a number of mechanisms. For one, it improves your body’s absorption of calcium.
People with vitamin D deficiency are nearly twice as likely to experience bone pain in their legs or joints compared to those with blood levels in the normal range.

5. Depression:

A depressed mood may also be a sign of deficiency. In review studies, researchers have linked vitamin D deficiency to depression, particularly in older adults. Some studies have found supplementing with D improves mood.

When you notice persistent health issues like these, you may want to consider a quality D3 + Vitamin K2 supplement.  Why?  Just as important as vitamin D3 is taking vitamin K2! Taking Vitamin D without vitamin K could actually be harmful to your Health!

When it comes to calcium metabolism, vitamins D and K work together. Both play important roles. Vitamin D gets calcium into your blood and Vitamin K gets it to the bones and prevents the calcium from accumulating in your arteries, kidneys or heart.

You don’t want rogue calcium going to the wrong places, causing joint stiffness or arterial plaque. Vitamin K2 insures that your body uses calcium properly that is why  I love the liposomal forms because they ABSORB!!

That is the very reason I am sold on the Doterra Lifetime Vitality Pack .  It has a liposomal delivery system so you actually absorb what you take!    You can sign up for WHOLESALE delivery at :  www.mydoterra.com/haire   sponsor #790917  or message me and I can help!

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