Common Deficiency, Common Cold

December 19, 2018

Aches, symptoms of depression, weakness, and especially fatigue are symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency can also cause a weakened immune system… which may be measurable by the number of colds you get this year. Make sure that you’re taking a simple step to fight back against sneezing, coughing, and other cold symptoms by allowing your body to be at its best with the Vitamin D it needs with Cardio CVS Complete.

Vitamin D is one of the most commonly deficient nutrients, especially in first world countries where more time is spent indoors (other risk factors include having darker skin or being overweight). Being deficient doesn’t mean a full on deficiency. People with Vitamin D deficiency may develop more severe diseases like rickets, where bones are weak, possibly deformed, and break easily. Being deficient can mean just not having enough—daily nutrient recommendations suggest the minimum amount required, and that may be below what is needed for optimum health and wellness.

If you get colds more often then your coworkers, it may be you need more Vitamin D. Getting it naturally is a good place to start—head outside for some sunlight. During winter, even outdoorsy types get less sun, which can contribute to Vitamin D deficiency (and possibly SAD aka Seasonal Depression).

If getting sunlight isn’t an option or isn’t working, make sure you’re also getting Vitamin D from a supplement and Vitamin D rich foods like fish and dairy. There are also many fortified foods, but they contain a cheaper, inferior form of the nutrients they contain. Stomach issues can result from low Vitamin D levels making it harder to absorb the needed nutrients and correct course! Make sure to choose a high quality nutrient like Cardio CVS Complete.

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