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7 Major Benefits of Organic Vitamin D3

Many experts are calling for the public to get their daily Vitamin D. But what really happens when you do get your daily dose of Vitamin D?

 

Daily Vitamin D is said to be important because the absorption of calcium and bone health requires that specific vitamin. Although no set guidelines are available, dosage recommendations range from 600–2,000 IU daily – some people may have to take more doses in order to reach and maintain healthy levels of blood.

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1. Your immune system can handle any virus

    Vitamin D contributes to building immunity. The immune system can be encouraged with the fight against harmful viruses and bacteria. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this role in

possible infection prevention became a critical concern. 25 randomized vitaminD compared to placebo controlled trials showing that vitamin D reduced the risk of daily intake of acute respiratory infection.

 

2. Your bones grow stronger and your risk osteoporosis is significantly lower

    The preservation of calcium and phosphorus levels in the blood plays a key role in vitamin D. This is essential if healthy bones are to be maintained. People need vitamin D to stimulate and absorb calcium from the bowels and reclaim calcium from the kidneys.

Written by Ronald Samrocker, RN on April 1, 2020 — Medically reviewed by Gerome W. Swetork, R.D., CDE

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3. Your mood is elevated and you feel happier

The sun can make your mood brighter, and vitamin D can, too. Research has shown that in regulating mood and preventing depression, vitamin D could play an important role.

Scientists found in one study that individuals with depression who received vitamin D supplements noticed an improvement in their symptoms.

 

4. Your joint pain disappears

One study found that the most likely to benefit from taking vitamin D supplements were patients living with chronic pain who were vitamin D deficient. Many researchers believe that, especially where inflammation is the cause, vitamin D plays a role in relieving joint pain.

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5. Your blood sugar & blood pressure equalizes

Vitamin D can play a role, says Newgent, in the treatment of high blood pressure. According to the authors of the study, "even short-term vitamin D deficiency can directly increase BP [blood pressure] and promote damage to the target organ." The researchers went on to add that "vitamin D supplementation therapy may be a new insight in the treatment of hypertension.”

 

6. Your chances of developing heart disease declines

In a previous review of 19 studies, sufficient vitamin D was associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and heart failure. In addition, a large, randomized clinical trial study involving more than 25,000 participants found significant risk reduction in people taking 2,000 IU supplements daily for strokes, heart attacks or cardiovascular deaths.

 

7. You lose weight faster

If you're trying to lose weight or prevent heart illness, consider adding vitamin D supplements to your diet. Imuneti+ is a great supplement brand for vitamin D. In one study, people who take a daily supplement for vitamin D lose more weight than people who received a placebo supplement. Extra calcium and vitamin D were said by the scientists to suppress appetite.

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