Did you know the following illnesses can be linked to low Vitamin D3 levels:
- Heart disease
- Mental Illness
- Auto-Immune disease (Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and MS)
- Rickets and osteomalacia
- Muscle weakness and poor neuromuscular co-ordination
- High Blood pressure
- Chronic pain
- Poor Immunity and susceptibility to infections
- Hyperparathyroidism which creates osteoporosis, kidney stones, depression, aches and pains, chronic fatigue, muscle weakness and digestive imbalances.
It is essential to get Vitamin D3 levels measured before you start supplementing. The recommended dose is 2,000IU a day with meals.
In good health,
Shana Burns, CN