Why I Take Vitamin D3 in the Summer Dr. Junger
First portion of blog post follows
If ten patients walked into my office today, I know that nine of them would be deficient in vitamin D.
So when a patient recently asked me if they needed to supplement with vitamin D3 in the summer, my answer was, ”Yes.”
It may seem strange but most of us, even in summer, rarely get enough direct sunlight on a regular basis.
Many of us work in offices and spend most of our days indoors year-round.
Even if we take a week vacation where we are exposed to more sun than usual, this is rarely enough to offset common deficiencies.
And when we are deficient, our health suffers.
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I recommend that you aim to get your ng/ml above 50, preferably between 50 and 60.
- Does Less Sun mean More Disease video which also states that 9 out of 10 are deficient