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SunscreensHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Beware of using sunscreens. Thanks to the Cancer Industry, many of today's sunscreens block the sun's (good) UV-B rays (that would prevent your cancer), and do not block the sun's (bad) UV-A rays that cause cancer.
SupplementsHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Take the natural D3 (cholcalciferol or calcitriol), the hormonally active form of vitamin D. Avoid the inferior D2 form of vitamin D that medical doctors tend to prescribe. You need to specifically ask for "vitamin D3", as opposed to "vitamin D2" or "vitamin D".
Test yourselfHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Before you start taking a vitamin D supplement, determine your vitamin D status, by getting a blood test known as '25(OH)D', or "25-hydroxyvitamin D".
Watch out for medical labs because their "normal" range is only 20 - 56 ng/ml. And because the normal range should be 50 - 65 ng/ml for everyone, including adolescents, adults, children and seniors.
Vitamin D deficiency is commonHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency?
Vitamin D deficiency is very common. You might be vitamin D deficient if, for example, your fingers cramp after you eat a large watermelon. Or, for example, if you sleep poorly.
The symptoms of vitamin D deficiency are cramps, nervousness, restlessness, poor sleep, constipation, muscle weakness, osteoporosis, pain when walking, obvious bone deformities, knock knees, bow legs, rickets, osteomalacia, hypocalcemia, or bone cracks on x-rays. (4)
So, how can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Get some UV-B sunshine, or take up to 10,000 IU per day of vitamin D, and you will treat your vitamin D deficiency.
What is normal?How can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Get UV-B sunshine, or take up to 10,000 IU per day of vitamin D, and you will treat your vitamin D deficiency.
If you want optimal health, you can't rely on the "normal" range that medical laboratories and MDs promote.
Their current range is 10 to 55 ng/mL (25 to 137 nmol/L), which is fine, if you want to prevent rickets, but NOT enough for optimal health.
For optimal health, the normal range should be 50 to 65 ng/mL (125 to 160 nmol/L).
So, how can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Take up to 10,000 IU per day of vitamin D, ensure you take a large enough dose for optimal health, and you will treat your vitamin D deficiency. ...More >>
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