Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin D deficiency is usually diagnosed by checking the concentrations of calcidol in one’s blood. Calcidol (also called compound 25-hydroxyvitamin D) is actually a precursor to calcitriol (the active form of vitamin D).

A question that is very often asked, is “What are the symptoms if you are vitamin d deficient?” – There are many possible effects of low vitamin D levels, below are the most important serious vitamin D deficiency symptoms: (more…)

Continue Reading

The Sunshine Vitamin – Vitamin D3

Most of us live and work indoors and sometimes we may not see the sun for days. With the skin cancer scare and the avid use of sun block, we are not getting enough Vitamin D3 from the sun. We were meant to get a minimum of 20 minutes of sunlight in the nude daily….!!!  Also the darker your skin is, the farther away from the equator you are, and the further away you are from the summer months, the less likely it is that you will produce adequate Vitamin D levels from sun exposure alone. (more…)

Continue Reading

Getting The Most Out of Exercising this winter

It can be tough to stick with your exercise program  in the cold winter months, but  there’ is no reason to hibernate and store away your fitness gear. Keep active through winter to boost your mood and keep in shape. Exercise is an essential part of any healthy lifestyle, whatever the season. Adults should aim to do a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week.

(more…)

Continue Reading
Close Menu
error: Content is protected !!