Vitamin D Supplementation


Spending time under the sun helps maintain vitamin D sufficiency, but unfortunately I don’t see then sun very often as I am working 10 hours a day in an office.

It is known that in the Pacific Northwest, majority of people lack Vitamin D in their diets. Sufficient levels of vitamin D are crucial for maintaining a strong immune system and healthy heart.

Because the body naturally doesn’t produce enough vitamin D and only very few foods have been found to have small amounts, supplementation can be beneficial. Studies suggest taking around 2000 IU of Vitamin D3 per day will maintain Vitamin D sufficiency.

Here is a link to buy the Supplements I use daily.









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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Just so your aware that wasn’t a very good link, there was no particular vitamin D products just pet vitamins & a couple of multi-vitamins. Perhaps click on the exact product you use & copy that URL. Hope this helps 😁

    1. Thanks for the tip! I had to tough time trying to link it with the features of on wordpress.

      1. I find if you just copy the URL exactly as is on what ever page your on it usually works fine.

  2. Mushrooms are a great and natural source of vitamin D 😉

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