The Amazing Healthspan Benefits of Vitamin D3
Vitamin D deficiency is probably the cause of more than 60% of the diseases in the world today. A rapidly growing and currently extensive number of peer reviewed clinical trials have demonstrated that maintaining optimum serum levels of Vitamin D drastically reduces the risk of acquiring many diseases. These reduced risks are presented in the accompanying Slides. To view these Slides please click on the Benefit Tabs at the top of this panel.
Experts recommend that your blood level should be maintained year round at between 50-80 ng/ml (125 – 200 nmol/L), as this allows the body to have some vitamin D in reserve, and it duplicates the higher levels found in young, healthy individuals who spend a decent amount of time in a sun-rich environment.
GROUND BREAKING NEW RESEARCH (Link here) from UCSD (University of California, San Diego) finds daily intake of 4,000 to 8,000 IU is needed for optimum disease prevention.
There is a lot of confusion regarding the attaining and maintaining of optimum levels of Vitamin D in relation to supposed toxicity. In order to allay these undeserved fears, the following facts should be noted:
ALL CAUSE MORTALITY
An ever increasing number of clinical studies demonstrate the benefits to be derived by optimising serum vitamin D3
levels to either prevent or treat the following conditions:
The number of peer reviewed studies relating to the benefits of Vitamin D in the prevention and treatment of a large range of diseases is extensive and the results compelling.
Maintenance of optimum serum levels of 25(OH)D offers you a safe protocol which will enable you to reduce your personal risk of contracting cancer, cardio-vascular disease, multiple sclerosis, diabetes and many more diseases by over 50%.
Vitamin D will provide a positive impact on both your healthspan and lifespan.
For the efficient uptake of serum 25(OH)D, you need sufficient levels of cofactors.
You have been presented with a vast array of data on Vitamin D. Data that will provide you with the knowledge to make informed decisions about your health and wellbeing.
To see what the experts say, see Vitamin D quotes.