• Mary Collins

The Importance Of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a hormone the kidneys produce that controls blood calcium concentration and impacts the immune system. It is also known as calcitriol, ergocalciferol, calcidiol and cholecalciferol. People with low vitamin D can have a variety of issues, for example, Auto immune disease, tumours, Cancer, etc.,  But did you know that Vitamin D deficiency  can lead to virus reactivation! Our liver produces cholesterol and with stable Vitamin D levels the body can help the liver to boost the necessary production that we need to stay alive, never-mind healthy.  Knowing your vitamin D levels is the first thing you can do to get healthy.  A vitamin D level of isnanograms/milliliter to 50 ng/mL is considered adequate for healthy people.

level less than 12 ng/mL indicates vitamin D deficiency.  Anything less exposes you to becoming ill, and examples of symptoms can be, struggling with your metabolism, arthritis, fatigue and even depression. D:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26853300/

Your environment also has alot to do with the amount of vitamin D you have and whether or not you are actually able to absorb vitamins, because for example, exposure to some artificial light along with radio waves can lower the levels of your Vitamin D intake .  (There is some statistics that show 5G blocks Vitamin D absorption and connections to other health problems .)  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31793559/ Therefore, it is of great importance to have your hormone levels checked and to have a proper diagnosis of your overall health and environmental conditions.  For more information about this subject and the Swiss Mountain Clinic please visit : www.swissmountainclinic.com

Interview video of Dr Wiechel "The Importance of Vitamin D "