Use Vitamin D To Lose Belly Fat

Use Vitamin D To Lose Belly Fat

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Use Vitamin D to Lose Belly Fat

If there’s one great thing about America, it’s our food.

We are surrounded all the time by restaurants, grocery stores, and fast-food chains. And these places never run out of food… We can eat it anytime we want.

But as you probably know, this usually leads to eating more than we actually need… And that makes it super-easy for us to gain weight.

Of course, that’s way better than scrabbling for food and often starving (which is what many of our ancestors did)…

But having so much food available to us comes with its OWN set of problems – including weight gain.

Because it’s so easy to gain weight now, there are a ton of “magic” solutions hitting the market all the time.

From weight loss surgeries that can cause nutritional deficiencies to diet pills that can cause heart attacks, most of these “easy” solutions have some pretty big downsides.

But there is one thing that you can buy for CHEAP at any drugstore, grocery store, or online…

It’s a supplement that seems to be seriously good at keeping weight off…

And it is safe for most people to take.

The magic supplement – vitamin D3

This study was done on kids. But according to the US government, 41.6% of American adults are deficient in Vitamin D…

So it’s also worth looking at supplementation if you are an adult.

“The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2005 to 2006 data were analyzed for vitamin D levels in adult participants. Vitamin D deficiency was defined as a serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentration of ≤20 ng/mL (50 nmol/L). The overall prevalence rate of vitamin D deficiency was 41.6%, with the highest rate seen in blacks (82.1%), followed by Hispanics (69.2%)”

Most milk has extra vitamin D added to it (but not the same kind of vitamin D that you should take as a supplement) because vitamin D deficiency is associated with weak bones.

But, most people don’t know that too little vitamin D can also be linked with increased body fat accumulation and developing obesity.

“Vitamin D deficiency is typically associated with impaired bone health – in recent years it has been increasingly linked with increased body fat accumulation and obesity, with the precise nature of this relationship currently under intense investigation by researchers.”

This link between obesity and vitamin D made the researchers curious about what supplementation with vitamin D at safe levels would do…

…whether it would help to prevent and even reverse obesity.

The study was done with 232 obese kids. 117 of them got Vitamin D and the rest of them were the control group.

One of the things I really like about this study is that it was conducted over a year, which gave enough time to get statistically significant results.

It turns out that the vitamin D group of kids ended up with significantly lower body mass indexes.

“Levels of vitamin D, body fat, and blood markers of liver function and heart health were assessed at the start of the study and 12 months later. The study reported that children given vitamin D supplements had significantly lower body mass index, body fat, and improved cholesterol levels after 12 months of supplementation.”

These results are significant.

Since Vitamin D is relatively safe to take at appropriate doses of under 4,000 IUs per day, and since so many people are Vitamin D deficient, it’s worth trying.

But remember, you do have to remain consistent over a period to see positive effects on weight.

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, which means your body stores it…

So it is possible to develop toxicity if you go overboard. Here’s how to avoid that.

Vitamin D Toxicity…

It’s hard to get to toxic levels of vitamin D, but it is possible if you try.

In doses of 100,000 IUs a day or more, you can develop toxicity so be careful. Almost everyone can use a much lower dose to get maximum benefit.

This is a tough dose to get to and most vitamin D supplements are sold in safe doses.

So, unless you are trying to get to a crazy dose, there isn’t much to worry about.

Ultimately, taking a quality vitamin D3 supplement (the kind you should look for) in safe doses can have many health benefits.

And that includes lowering your risk for obesity.

It’s worth trying, especially if you have low vitamin D to begin with (and many of us do).

Always talk to your doctor about making any changes such as adding vitamin D.






Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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Prevalence and correlates of vitamin D deficiency in US adults. 

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