Vitamin D3 - The Sunshine Vitamin!by Anita Flego
Sunbathing up to 20 minutes daily should be prescribed in doctors offices
Vitamin D has strong antibiotic properties, and some studies indicate that optimal blood levels will prevent the flue far better than flu shots!
Your bare skin needs to be exposed to direct sunlight for at least fifteen minutes each day to produce enough vitamin D to meet the body’s daily needs. It is important to know that it is ultraviolet B (UVB) rays creating vitamin D. UVB light is the strongest between 10am and 2pm
All cells, tissues, and organs in the human body have vitamin D receptors, meaning that they await the arrival of the vitamin to perform various vital functions.
It is created under the skin by ultraviolet light. To get sufficient vitamin D, the body’s bare skin needs to be exposed to sunshine or we have to use supplements. It is important to note, that it is scientifically more beneficial to get this vitamin from the sun than it is from a supplement, plus it’s free!
Vitamin D has strong antibiotic properties, and some studies indicate that optimal blood levels will prevent the flue far better than flu shots
Dr. Zoltan Rona, MD.MSc recommends to supplement 10,000 IU as the optimal daily dose of vitamin D. At that does he has never seen anyone run into side effects or toxicity symptoms in his over thirty years of practice. However, always get professional advise from you health practitioner to find out your safe dosage of vitamin D3.
Vitamin D is used from head to toe and is needed for optimal health, including the following:
immune system health, adrenal gland health, brain and nervous system development and function, digestion and nutrient absorption, fertility, mood, mind, memory and behaviour, aging prevention and longevity, respiratory health and more.
Vitamin D deficiency can rise major problems in numerous tissues and organs, leading to disease such as atherosclerosis, blood-clotting disorders, kidney stones, osteoporosis and more than thirty-six other diseases.
Vitamin D3 deficiency can cause possible challenges like; chronic pain, depression, insomnia, psoriasis and more.
Some of the best food sources are; halibut, carp, cod liver, salmon, mackerel, Portobello mushrooms, sardines and raw milk.
It is the ultraviolet A (UVA) light that is responsible for skin damage, aging and wrinkles. UVA light is able to pass trough window glass while UVB light cannot travel trough glass. Both UVA and UVB can cause sunburn, so try to avoid long sun exposure.
- UVA rays are thought to cause cancer, while UVB rays that create vitamin D, protect the body from melanoma and other skin cancers
- The lower your blood level of vitamin D, the more your body manufactures fat and the heavier you get.
- Vitamin D deficiency is common in those suffering from chronic migraine headaches