Benefits of Vitamin D -
So Much More than Healthy Bones

Yes, strong bones are what most people think of when naming the health benefits of vitamin D.

But don't sell this nutrient short just yet.

Numerous studies are showing that vitamin D benefits go way way WAY beyond what we once thought.

And no, I didn't stutter.

We've known for a long time now that vitamin D, along with help from other hormones and nutrients, helps maintain healthy bones.

But new research is showing us that there is a big health gap between optimal levels of vitamin D and the extreme deficiencies that cause rickets in children and osteoporosis in adults.

The bottom line – being even mildly deficient is having a negative impact on our health.

Low vitamin D levels are proving to be a major player when it comes to our most common diseases.

Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to autoimmune diseases, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, muscle weakness, muscle wasting, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, insulin resistance, depression, arthritis, birth defects, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, periodontal disease, obesity, and many different types of cancer (particularly breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers).

So even saying that vitamin D benefits are substantial seems like an understatement.

It plays a huge role in protecting us from many common diseases and ensuring that our immune systems are in peak condition.



So let's look at more information about this powerhouse vitamin.

Vitamin D facts -  main functions of this incredible nutrient

Here's why odds are good you are vitamin D deficient.

Vitamin D deficiency symptoms – too little of this vitamin causes serious health problems.

Vitamin D testing – here's what test you'll need to determine your vitamin D levels.

Vitamin D levels – here's what's low, normal and too high.

Natural vitamin D – buy the right kind of vitamin D supplement to reap the most benefits

Vitamin D Dosage – how much are you getting and how much do you need to reap the benefits of vitamin D?

Sources of vitamin D – the best ways to get this vitamin.

Vitamin D and sun exposure – how to maximize your vitamin D from the sun and why most sunscreen is unhealthy.

Magnesium and Vitamin D – most people don't know about this critical connection.

Vitamin D Absorption - having difficulties taking your vitamin D?  Check out these recommendations.

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Magnesium Supplementation Before Starting Vitamin D 
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Using Magnesium Oil with Vitamin D 
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Sources of Vitamin D - Cholecalciferol and Ergocalciferol 
I think "natural" vitamin D is a bit of a misnomer when talking about oral supplement forms. It does exist in a minority of products -- those that distill …

Trouble Getting Vitamin D Level above 40ng/mL 
My original vitamin D level before supplementation was 18! Started taking 1,000 Units D3 a day my level went to ~30. Bumped up daily dose to 2,000 units/day …

Types of Magnesium for Vitamin D Supplementation 
I am interested in your take on vitamin D3 and how it needed magnesium in order to work. I believe you recommend a topical application of magnesium but …

Vitamin D Dose for Someone Dark Skinned and Overweight 
How much vitamin D should a dark skinned, overweight person with rheumatoid arthritis and high blood pressure take? I've been taking 1000 IU pretty regularly …

UVB Rays and Natural Vitamin D Absorption 
Since UVB rays are the ones you need to get your Vitamin D naturally I need to know during what time of the day are UVB rays available. Are they available …

Vitamin D Results Back from Doctor 
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Indians, like Americans, at High Risk of Vitamin D Deficiency 
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Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D 
Hi Approach Wellness, I found out about your site a few months ago. I have learned a lot from you already, thank you. I can't afford supplements …

Tinnitus, Neuralgia, Crohn's disease related to Vitamin D Deficiency? 
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Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency 
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