“I can think of no better Vitamin D supplement than Max D3,” Dr. Mikles states, “I suggest it to my patients because each Max D3 tablet not only gives you a full 5,000 IU of body-building Vitamin D (more than most supplements).
Camp Verde, AZ (PRWEB) September 06, 2011
Vitamin D is an extremely important nutrient for us. According to studies supported by The Linus Pauling Institute (Linus Pauling was the original advocate for fighting disease at the molecular level) , Vitamin D plays an important role in osteoporosis, high blood pressure, diabetes and reduced immune function in the elderly.
Vitamin D is difficult to get naturally. The richest source of the nutrient is the sun, through UVB rays. But getting enough sun to produce adequate levels of Vitamin D can be risky. According the National Institute of Health, in order to get adequate levels of the nutrient, you would need to spend about 5-30 minutes in direct sunlight, without sunscreen, every day, during peak hours. Most of us, even if we have access to that much sunlight would not want to do that because of the harmful effects of UVB rays, which are cumulative through our lives. Vitamin D can also come from food sources, but this form is not as active in the body as that which comes from UVB rays.
The latest information from the IOM (Institute of Medicine) suggests that in the United States, fewer than 6% of individuals have even adequate levels of Vitamin D in their bodies.
According to the Linus Pauling Institute (Linus Pauling was the original advocate for fighting disease at the molecular level) everyone needs to take Vitamin D supplements in order to maintain optimal health. Recent studies at hospitals, universities, and medical research facilities have all concluded that respiratory infections, autoimmune disorders, COPD, inflammation, influenza, asthma, arthritis, and bacterial infections are often linked to vitamin D deficiencies, and Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s Disease] without Vitamin D, there could be at constant risk for infection.
The Best Vitamin D Supplement
The Institute for Vibrant Living developed their Vitamin D Supplement, MaxD3, with the understanding that many people don’t like to take nutritional supplements. They can taste bad, be hard to swallow and difficult to digest. So they created a product that people could actually enjoy taking.
Max D3 not only provides the important 5000IU of Vitamin D that the body needs daily, but comes in a delicious, berry-flavored tablet that melts in the mouth. It is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream and goes right to work protecting the body. Because it is so quickly assimilated into the body, it won’t upset the stomach!
“I have a difficult time swallowing vitamin pills,” says one IVL client, “and I know that they sit in my stomach like a rock. I’m sure glad I found MaxD3. The little tablets taste better than candy and melt away in just a few seconds so I don’t have to choke them down.”
“I can think of no better Vitamin D supplement than Max D3,” Dr. Mikles states, “I suggest it to my patients because each Max D3 tablet not only gives you a full 5,000 IU of body-building Vitamin D (more than most supplements), but it melts in the mouth in just a few seconds for a burst of delicious berry flavor!”
Visit ivlproducts.com to get more information and to order Max D3. For 56 cents per day avoid many diseases that would otherwise bring you down!
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