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Can I Overdose on Vitamin D

Myths about taking vitamin D

Just like anything, you can overdo it. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing, as they say. We know that every cell in the body has a vitamin D3 receptor. It’s essential to bone health, muscle health, and neurological function. Vitamin D is probably one of the most, if not the most important nutrient to have. And it’s also one of the most deficient nutrients that people don’t have. 

Don’t I need to take vitamin K2?

No, you don’t have to. That is, if you are taking vitamin D like I recommend. There’s a big difference between D2 and D3. Most people don’t absorb D2 as well. So if you don’t have good quality vitamin D, you better have some vitamin K as well. You can get that from food. That includes: dark leafy green vegetables, kale, spinach, lettuce, turnips, broccoli, carrots, blueberries, grapes, cheese, beef, liver, chicken, butter, sauerkraut, egg yolks. 

If you’re deficient in these foods, and you don’t have a vitamin D that has fat solubility (like D3), then you better take vitamin K2. It’s all about quality, not quantity. Often times I pair vitamin D with Zinc. Zinc plays a huge role in the production of hormones in your body. They work really well together when they’re paired for immune system function. 

There's often vitamin D receptors being blocked by pathogenic bacteria in the body that causes vitamin D to struggle to bind. We know that zinc helps with a lot of bacterias, a lot of pathogens.

 

We use silver products as well as some other things to knock down the pathogens in the body, since there are so many. That’s why we have a whole product line here at Wellness Warrior that helps boost the immune system and helps with cellular health. Remember to go to freevitamindeal.com to take advantage of this amazing offer I have for you. I’m giving you a free bottle of vitamin D and zinc! You just have to pay shipping and handling. 

Then you have to just stick with it. It takes 90 days, primarily for the body to make a change in cells. 6 months of consistently doing something to make a permanent change, and takes up to 12 months of constantly doing something for your body to interpret that as a new physiology. It can take 3 years before your epigenetics start turning on for more health. So click the link and go to freevitamindeal.com. Share it with your friends and family. Everyone needs this information.

 

 

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