VITAMIN FROM THE SUN OR FROM SUPPLEMENTS?

Written by Angelo

Categories: supplements | Healthcare

10 September 2017

100 million dollar question ...

Adaptation: Angelo

Many ask us what is better between taking vitamin D from supplements or sun exposure.

The answer for a human evolution enthusiast like me is self-evident: OBVIOUSLY FROM THE SUN!

Unfortunately, one would have to live outdoors all year (or almost) to have normal levels. Many people in the West cannot do it for obvious reasons related to work and various commitments.

For this purpose, an interesting trial just published that has been compared comes to our aid 2 groups of dark-skinned Indian subjects who increased the concentration of 25OHD3 either with sun exposure or supplementation (1000 IU / day for 6 months).

Well, the sun exposure group saw, in addition to the increase in vitamin D, also a sharp decrease in cholesterol levels (total, HDL and LDL). Conversely, with supplementation the subjects had an increase in concentrations of total and HDL cholesterol.

Therefore supplementation and exposure are not "the same thing”As many pseudo-experts suggest.

INSOMNIA. THE EVIL OF THE NEW CENTURY, among 1000 other things, tells you how to maximize your endogenous vitamin D production in a natural way.

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