80% of Americans may have insufficient vitamin D levels.
Almost 44 million women and men in the U.S. are at risk for osteoporosis.
Vitamin D is essential for absorbing calcium that you need for strong bones.
Research shows that if you get enough calcium and vitamin D in your diet throughout your life it can reduce your risk of osteoporosis.
There are different reasons why you may need more vitamin D such as your skin tone, your age, your weight, your activity level, how much sun you get, where you live or what season of the year it is, and you may already be deficient.
Recent research shows that vitamin D—the “sunshine vitamin”—offers a multitude of benefits including supporting healthy heart function, immune and bone health. But, depending on where you live, the time of year, and your skin color—you may be among the many Americans who aren’t getting enough of this essential nutrient.
Did your doctor tell you that blood results show you are deficient in vitamin D? Did you know that recent research shows low levels of vitamin D affect asthma, cancer, depression, heart disease, diabetes and even weight gain (WebMD story today)?
Vitamin-D3 is clinically proven to be the most potent form of vitamin D. You can take a vitamin D3 supplement in combination with your multi-vitamin or nutrition foundation program.
I just posted this talk sheet about Vita-D3 for people who would like more information about a natural supplement to help raise their vitamin D levels.