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Vitamin D: Effectiveness, Benefits and Safety

Cheryl Inghram

Cheryl is our Undercover Superstar, as she manages the entire production of our monthly eMagazine we call Home Cures That Work, our blog and our social media accounts. She recently married and moved from Chicago to the Sunshine State, where she enjoys kayaking, camping and scuba diving with her husband. Cheryl also loves to bake, run, do mission work and travel.

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  1. […] I also recommend alfalfa, which builds red blood cells and helps prevent hemorrhaging.  Adequate vitamin D is also very important during pregnancy. Thirty-five (35) IU per lb of body weight is my standard […]

  2. […] Vitamin D helps us to absorb and use calcium.  Without a constant supply, the calcium is taken out of our bones to make our muscles and nerves work.  Osteoporosis is just a mild form of Rickets.  Osteopenia is a little milder, and so forth.  The scale looks like this: […]

  3. […] yourself to sunshine for just 20-30 minutes a day. However, supplementation is also helpful if your vitamin D levels are extremely low. Taking 35 IU per pound of body weight is a great daily dose to keep your blood […]

  4. Phyllis

    What is a good number for vitamin D. Mine was 20 at the dr.

  5. admin
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    Typically, a level of 20 nanograms/milliliter to 50 ng/mL is considered adequate for healthy people.

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