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How To Test Your Vitamin D Levels

In Parts One and Two of this mini-series on the importance of vitamin D, we have explored two major problems: Vitamin D deficiency is at epidemic levels, with up to 60% of Caucasians being deficient and an even higher proportion of folk who naturally have darker skin colouring such as Hispanic and Afro-Caribbean. Deficiency occurs due to lack of exposure to the sun, overuse of sunblock, lack of intake through diet (especially and inability to use the nutrients due to digestive function being compromised by gluten, H pylori, parasites and yeast and fungal overgrowth). Vitamin D deficiency may lead...

Vitamin D – The Vitamin Gwyneth Paltrow Was Missing!...

I don’t want to write a big, long article that’s hard for you to read, so this article will be short and to the point. Vitamin D is essential for bone health, gut health and immune function. Gwyneth Paltrow declared in 2010 that she had the lowest levels her doctor had seen and, as a result, she had developed ostopaenia (thinning of the bones). Vitamin D deficiency is rife in the Western world and these deficiencies are causing a myriad of health challenges. This article series teaches you what vitamin D does, how deficiencies can cause your health to...