Low Vitamin D May Cause Wintertime Blues
Why do I get tired during the wintertime months?
During the wintertime our levels of vitamin d drop significantly (more than 50 percent in the northern areas) because we do not get enough sun exposure and even if we do, the sun is not as strong in the winter, even in the South, and vitamin d levels can fall.
We recommend that you get your vitamin d levels checked because low levels can contribute to your fatigue. Vitamin D is also critical for every cell in your body, bone health and calcium absorption. If your levels are below 50 ng/dl (nanograms per deciliter) you must supplement. Bob recommends 5,000 to 10,000 IU of vitamin d3 per day which is a safe and effective dose for most people.
It is best to keep your vitamin d levels between 70 and 100 ng/dl. To do this, Bob has a supplement designed to help. Bob’s Best Vitamin D3 or Call 888-654-7776