What You Need To Know About Vitamin D3 and Protection Against Viruses and Bacterial Colds

Vitamin D - How important is vitamin DFinally, after 100 years of deception and trillions of dollars in profits from the germ theory, the profound and multiple effects on human immunity of vitamin D3 are now known.

Why vitamin D? First, did you know that macrophages — the immune cells that guard your body and watch for invaders and engulf abnormal cells until help arrives — have vitamin D receptors? That means they check whether or not you have enough vitamin D before they signal there’s danger. Not enough vitamin D, and your immune system doesn’t respond.

Your immune system literally relies on having adequate vitamin D to operate. And did you know vitamin D directly induces the production of antimicrobial peptides, and that other immune cells like NK cells and t-cells rely on vitamin D for their strength as well?

Be sure you’re getting enough and by that I don’t mean 400 iu’s
daily. Most people have to take as much as 10,000 to 15,000 iu’s
daily to boost their Vitamin D3 levels up to 60-70 ng/ml which is
what will protect you against many different diseases. Have your doctor measure your D3 level and then increase your dose of D3 until it reaches 60-70 ng/ml.

 

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