Stuff You’ve Gotta Know About Vitamin D
Did you know that Vitamin D isn’t really a vitamin? It’s more like a hormone.
(It’s a precursor for the mineral calcium, which has more functions for human beings than any other mineral.)
Did you know that after you go in the sun, your body needs a few hours to convert the substances collected on your skin to Vitamin D in the body?
(Hardly anyone knows this. That’s why I’m writing this blog. It’s a tip that could actually be lifesaving.)
If you’re going to get Vita D from the sun, get regular exposure during daylight hours, and then don’t take a shower for several hours!
Tank up on it during the spring, summer, and fall. Then, during the winter, take 5,000 to 10,000 IU of D3. You got that? D3, not D2!
The most assimilable forms will be in olive oil capsules, rather than hard pills.
Too many of us get very little of it, because we’re office workers who never get outside, or we live in climates with intemperate weather much of the year.
Next post, I’m writing a little about THYROID hormone, which affects many if not most American women—and some men, too.
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Your post should say 400 IU of D, not 400 mg