One Vitamin to Rule Them All…

One Vitamin to Rule Them All…

There’s one single vitamin that is better for men than all the other vitamins combined…

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One Vitamin to Rule Them All

Do you know anybody who gets grouchy and moody in the wintertime?

This is pretty common when days are shorter… and in colder climates that aren’t close to the equator.

Many people experience a shift in mood in the winter months that leaves them feeling grumpy and out of sorts.

This can be related to a decrease in the amount of vitamin D that people get during the time of year with short days and long nights.

So if you feel this way, you’re not alone. It’s incredibly common.

Your body produces vitamin D from sunshine… Your skin converts sunshine into this essential vitamin.

So when you don’t get enough sunshine you start to feel miserable.

But even when it’s not wintertime, many people are vitamin-D-deficient.

And since vitamin D is an essential nutrient for your body, this can cause really big problems.

Prevalence and Predictors of Subclinical Micronutrient Deficiency in German Older Adults: Results from the Population-based KORA-Age Study

Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly common.

In a recent study in Germany, one out of two adults over the age of 65 was vitamin-D-deficient.

One in two persons aged 65 and above has suboptimal levels of vitamin D in the blood.”

And it’s estimated that at least 1 billion people worldwide don’t have enough vitamin D.

That’s about one in seven people…

And that’s only counting the minimal levels that are supposed to be in your blood.

“An estimated one billion people worldwide have vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency.”

In my opinion, there are many more people who have suboptimal levels of vitamin D that affect their health…

Even though, technically, they wouldn’t be considered vitamin-D-deficient.

Many factors can lead to vitamin D deficiency.

“Individuals at high risk for vitamin D deficiency include those living far from the equator, those with medical conditions (such as obesity, liver disease, celiac, and renal disease), the elderly, and those with darker skin…”

I’ll reiterate the factors from that quote that can put you at risk of vitamin D deficiency:

  • Living far from the equator
  • Obesity
  • Liver disease
  • Celiac disease
  • Renal disease
  • Being elderly
  • Having darker skin

There is one more thing not on this list that I think it is a huge factor in so many people being deficient in vitamin D:

We don’t spend a lot of time outside anymore.

Many of us go from our house to our car to work and back to our house again.

This lifestyle drastically limits the amount of time we spend in the sun.

Since the sun makes vitamin D in our body, this often results in vitamin D deficiency.

So, even if you’re not in one of the high-risk categories above, it’s a good idea to get your vitamin D levels checked to see if they’re low.

Your body needs vitamin D…

Vitamin D is one of the most essential vitamins in your entire body.

Every single part of your body uses vitamin D in one way or another.

Every tissue in the body has vitamin D receptors, including the brain, heart, muscles, and immune system, which means vitamin D is needed at every level for the body to function.”

So if you’re low on vitamin D, you’re putting yourself at risk.

The good news is that it’s easy to get enough vitamin D.

The type you want to take is called D3.

It’s widely available – and fairly inexpensive.

And supplementation works!

“Our study also shows that regular intake of vitamin-containing supplements goes along with improved levels of the respective vitamins…”

It may even improve your mood (especially doing during those long dark winter months).

Vitamin D supplementation may improve mood…

There aren’t many things that affect so many systems in your body so profoundly.

However, vitamin D is one of those things.

And this actually makes sense – because your skin takes sunlight and makes vitamin D out of it.

Since every human has access to their own vitamin-D-making factory, it is something that the body uses extensively.

But most people don’t get enough sunlight anymore, so taking a vitamin D supplement can really help.

In our newsletter, we talk a lot about vitamin D and other supplements that can really benefit your health.

It’s free, and you can get started receiving it today – check it out here.

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