Vitamin D

I’ve always felt the most natural way something can be done is the most effective.

Over the past year, numerous studies have confirmed the same thing in a controversial area.

And it flies in the face of what most people have been taught to believe.

These studies have ALL found that nothing takes the place of healthy exposure to the sun to increase Vit D in your body.
In fact, supplementation does NOT lead to increased Vit. D overall.  

Do you ever notice how much better you feel in the summer time?
Do you know why?

Exposing skin to peak sunshine ultra-violet B rays for a 1/2 hour 3-4 times a week is the healthiest way to boost your vitamin D levels. 

The summer sun also increases your serotonin levels.

Of course it’s possible to get sunburned from the sun’s UVA rays, but impossible to overdose on vitamin D3 from UVB exposure.
Just be smart about your exposure time.

Summertime is the time to ditch the skin cancer paranoia and get plenty of reasonable direct sunlight to the skin.

You’ll notice your elevated mood and your increased energy after just the first day in the sun. 

After all, the sun is what gives life to everything on this planet.
It is far more beneficial for you than negative, when you respect it.
So give yourself the gift of a few minutes in direct sunlight.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Always looking out for you,

Dr Josh Wagner

One Response to Vitamin D

  1. permafrost says:

    but what d’où do in winter? I suffer from seasonal affective disorder, live in a northern area where sunlight is low for months, and my skin is dark. my Vit. D levels were on the floor (e.g. <13 ng/ml), and after normal supplementation (2000-4000 IU), only at 26 ng/ml. Couldn't increased supplementation (e.g. 50 000 IU) work with diet & sunlight to bring me to normal?

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