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In Winter, Take This

In Winter, Take This

During the winter months it’s critical to consider taking a D-3 supplement. Unless you live in the southernmost parts of Florida, there’s a really good chance you’ll end up deficient in vitamin D-3.

And when you consider the role this vitamin plays in your health, from bone health, to heart health and immune health there’s a good reason not to go deficient in it.

Plus, there’s sufficient evidence to show that vitamin D-3 supplementation can help you maintain a sunny and cheerful mood despite the fact the sun’s not shining as long or as bright as it does in the summer months.

We’ll hit on some of these points here in just a second.

But, what you really ought to know is that our version of vitamin D-3 is one of the most powerful you could buy. Each capsule offers 7500 IUs of D-3 which is 2-3x what the average supplement sold in stores will give you.

We’re going to make a mention later for how to make sure that this much D-3 doesn’t have adverse effects on your health.

Most important is to know where you can get it.

You can purchase this bottle at our store, online, or on Amazon. All you have to do is click here to grab it.

Why Taking a Vitamin D-3 Supplement Could Make You Smile More

Vitamin D-3 is often referred to as the sunshine vitamin as we get it from converting UV that hits our skin into this vitamin (that also functions like a hormone).

We know that sunshine is important for life, and almost all of us would agree that we feel better when the sun is out.

There’s a good reason for that.

It would appear that we need vitamin D-3 to help maintain a balanced mood. Though, it’s still not clear how this works,

In a 2013 meta-analysis, analysts noticed that study participants who reported feeling down in the dumps more often than not tended to have lower vitamin D levels. They noted that statistically when a person was low in vitamin D that was a good predictor that they would suffer from some kind of disruptions in mood.

This led the researchers to theorize that as vitamin D is essential for normal cognition, any alteration to the supply could play a role in making people feel less than stellar. 

There is evidence to show the area of the brain that typically deals with mental well being is also a place where vitamin D receptors exist, lending support to the notion that a vitamin D deficiency could be part of people’s mental health struggles.

And this is just 1 of the myriad of ways vitamin D helps to regulate health.

It’s easily one of the most important nutrients you could ever hope to have in your body and as winter approaches there’s a good chance you’ll become deficient.

And this is especially true if you’re older (age is a good predictor of a deficiency), not eating well, have a darker skin tone (darker skin makes it harder to process sunlight and turn it into D-3), if you’re obese, and live at higher latitudes.

We offer a super potent D-3 for one reason, our clinical research shows it’s one of the best ways to elevate blood serum levels.

You can take 7,500 ius daily without issue provided you’re also getting vitamin K-2 in your diet. These 2 vitamins work hand in hand to help build bone and clear out the arteries and you can’t take high doses of D-3 safely without at least getting 100mcg of K-2 daily.

Go here to get a bottle today or to read the dozens and dozens of reviews we have on this critically important supplement.  


Talk soon,

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