THE SUNSHINE VITAMIN

AN IMPORTANT VITAMIN FOR ELDERLY and everyone living in the northern states..and long cloudy winters.

 

Low energy, aches and pains, brain fog, mood swings, difficulty sleeping...sound familiar?

 

These issues, along with many other "age-related" health complaints, could merely be symptoms of a common vitamin deficency. And can be corrected easily and inexpensively.

 

Did you know that roughly 3 people in 4 in the United States have low levels of vitamin D.  

Having enough D3 is important for many reasons, such as maintaining healthy bones and teeth; it may also protect against a range of other conditions..

 

It supports the health of the immune system, brain and nervous systems.  Regulates insulin levels and aid in diabetes management.  It supports the lung functioin and cardiovascular health.  

 

It can influence the expression of genes involved in cancer development controling cell cycles

 

There are many studies regarding the great benefits of vitamin D3..Because I live in Wisconsin and sadly don't get much sunshine time especially in winter, but also at my age I'm not playing outdoors even during our great summers as I did in my youth.  I take 5000iu every day and have been for some time now.  I have a very good energy level. I feel the D3 is my help in keeping as healthy as possible.

 THE FDA ONLY RECOMMENDS 600IU research proves this too low ..in America we are lacking the very important D3

 The subject came to mind as have been enjoying a few hours a day in the pool and sunshine while visiting family in Florida

 

I will be indoors much to much all winter..I live on the second floor but I have a nice porch, I really should try to be out on it every day even on the cold days..just to absorb the D naturally...I will try  ! 

 

What will you do to boost your Vitamin D??? 

 

 

"THIS US THE DAY THE LORD HAS MADE, LET US REJOICE AND BE GLAD IN IT"  118:24

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT...........

Because they did not have a reservation at a busy restaurant, an elderly man and wife were told they'd have a 45 minute wait for a table. 

"young man, we're both 90 years old," the husband said. "we may not have 45 minutes"

They were seated immediately.   

 

KEEP LIVING LIGHT. LAUGH A LOT.

 

 

Latest comments

07.10 | 19:43

Hi Geri, for some reason your emails have been going into my junk mail folder. Glad I thought to check or I would have missed all,this good information.

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28.09 | 21:54

Interesting I wonder if it really works

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20.09 | 18:53

Happy Fall Geri-buttons!

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26.08 | 21:11

Loved it❤ but sometimes a hard thing to remember.

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