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Do you know someone with Heart Disease?

Updated: Aug 18, 2023

You need to see this new research!

If you were to dedicate your life to reading through the pallets of research about Vitamin D, you'd likely come to the same conclusion as the researchers who've done that research:

Vitamin D is crucial for many, many aspects of your health.

While Vitamin D is not a panacea for all ailments, it does influence the function of nearly every cell in the body. Researchers have discovered that nearly every cell in the body has Vitamin D receptors. From defending the body against invaders to growing strong bones, from decreasing the growth of abnormal cells to controlling dangerous inflammation, Vitamin D is instrumental in maintaining health.

What about Heart Disease?
Heart Disease (also called Cardiovascular Disease) is the leading disease killer worldwide. A study published in early December 2021 shows that being low in Vitamin D can put you at a higher risk of developing high blood pressure and heart disease.

This study found that those that are the most deficient in Vitamin D have more than double the risk of developing heart disease. Want to see the study? Click HERE.

In 2016 a study was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Cardiology that found that Vitamin D improved heart function in patients with chronic heart failure. In this study, they gave 229 patients that met the criteria of having both heart failure and Vitamin D deficiency a daily dosage of 4000 IU Vitamin D for one year. The researchers observed that the intervention "was associated with a significant improvement in cardiac function. "

We know Vitamin D is incredibly important for health and longevity. Have you had your Vitamin D level checked recently? You can learn more about our Vitamin D Home Test here.

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