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Vitamin D Reduces Negative Effects of Stress – Really Cool Research!

Vitamin D Reduces Negative Effects of Stress – Really Cool Research!

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there's a ton of videos talking about vitamin d and mood but i'm not really interested in talking about the mood because it can be very like subjective to talk about oh vitamin d helped these people say that they feel better well okay yes there is a lot of validity because there's a lot of volume of those .

Studies but i actually want to talk about like more hard data and mechanistic action with vitamin d and mental stress and can vitamin d having sufficient amounts of vitamin d potentially help protect you from the negative impacts of mental stress it's pretty wild stuff so let's go ahead and let's break it down so to first .

Understand we actually have to look at a study that takes a look at the heart which sounds kind of wild right what we're going to look at is a study that took a look at what's called mental stress induced myocardial ischemia myocardial ischemia is where you have a restriction of blood flow to the heart which results in a lack of oxygen which .

Can be very bad right so when you take a look at people that have existing risk factors with like coronary artery disease you can look at hard data with vitamin d and get some pretty good solid results so this at least gives us something a little bit more tangible than looking at vitamin d levels being low or .

High and then giving someone a questionnaire on their mood not saying that's bad it's just not as concrete now there are some things we already know about vitamin d that could have to do with stress and even the heart right vitamin d definitely plays a role with the metabolism of what are called catecholamines okay catecholamines are .

Our stress response like our adrenaline our epinephrine things like that when we don't metabolize catecholamines right it means that they are more circulating when there shouldn't be circulating there are fight or flight response so sure we want them to be there when they need to be there but if vitamin d plays a role in the metabolism of those .

Catecholamines that could play a role in how it impacts our stress levels and our body's response to stress even at the cardiac level the other one that's discussed a lot is vitamin d and the endothelial function okay vitamin d plays a role in how our like vascular system sort of responds to stress too i'm not going to focus so much on that .

One because that's not my wheelhouse but i do want to dive into a study it's pretty interesting it was published in the journal psychosomatic medicine took a look at 255 individuals with coronary artery disease and again it was setting out to measure mental stress induced myocardial ischemia mental stress that induced reduced blood flow to the heart .

So what they did is they gave them a mental stress situation they put them under mental stress and they were imaging their heart so they were able to see when they are under stress what's it doing to their heart okay now before they took this test they measured their vitamin d levels okay so of this whole group of 255 people 12 .

Percent of them ended up with myocardial ischemia they ended up having restricted blood flow to the heart not a good thing right but of those 12 percent a huge number of them just so happen to be the ones that were deficient in vitamin d correlation does not equal causation but what the researchers did is they said .

Let's adjust for confounding factors so they adjusted for all kinds of things that could be at play different variables and still it ended up with wow lower vitamin d levels seem to be linked with less ability to deal with mental stress those that had sufficient levels of .

Vitamin d seemed to be the ones that were able to withstand mental stress without the ischemia without the negative impact well that's really flabbergasting well what the heck is the mechanism right like or what's going on it likely has to do with serotonin vitamin d plays a very powerful role .

With serotonin and we'll talk about that in just a minute but i want to jump over to some foods for a minute let's specifically focus on fatty fish in this particular case we're probably looking at things like salmon we're looking at things like sockeye salmon uh keto salmon all kinds of stuff like that sardines we're looking at even tuna to .

Some degree although it's not a fatty fish but there's still some omega-3s in it we're looking at like mackerel all the high like omega-3 vitamin d rich fish and by the way if you're gonna eat fish you really should try to get the ones that have like a little bit of the bones in it i know it sounds crazy and even .

The skin because you have more vitamin d in that getting vitamin d from a whole food form i'm going off on a tangent a little bit is always better because you have the vitamin a that's alongside it they kind of work in tandem okay and you're allowing just all these different things to take place in a little bit more of a biological way so anyhow let's .

Look at this data so fatty fish because of the vitamin d seems to be linked with higher heart rate variability now heart rate variability is a measurable metric that tells you your ability to deal with stress in a lot of ways a higher heart rate variability means that your heart has the flexibility to accommodate a stressor whether it be a workout mental .

Stimulus whatever a lower heart rate variability means you're really sitting in the sympathetic nervous system and your body doesn't have a lot of give so this study was published in the journal psychophysiology took a look at 47 participants they had a fatty fish group and a non-fatty fish group and it turns out at the end of the study that the .

Fatty fish group had a higher high frequency heart rate variability score and they ended up measuring better in terms of dealing with mental stress so does that mean that going out and eating a piece of salmon or can of sardines is magically going to fix all your issues no it certainly doesn't but it kind of continues to beg the question .

Is it a vitamin d situation that is at play there people that are maybe deficient in vitamin d so when you look at vitamin d like with sardines and everything like that you're also looking at other things right you have omega-3s that are in the mix you have all these other things that have been shown in research to be good for the heart i want .

To get into the mechanisms in just a second i will say today's sponsor is a company called thrive market and the reason i mention them is if you're looking for things like sardines or you're looking for even like salmon jerky or mackerel or anything like that i would definitely recommend you check them out they're a .

Sponsor on this channel they have been for a number of years but there's a link down below so that way if you want to try out thrive market you can save 25 off your first order but also get a free gift and you do use that link down below i mean you don't just have to get fatty fish you can get all kinds of things all the pantry staples you want macadamia .

Nuts stuff like that and again that link is going to save you 25 off your first order so definitely recommend you check them out and a big thank you to thrive market for the continued support on this channel as well so use that link down below so there's a lot of ambiguity when we look at stress and mood because it's obviously confounding factors right .

So we take those into consideration but i do want to address the mechanistic action of vitamin d and serotonin so a lot of our ability to deal with stress comes with the proper functioning of our serotonin pathways serotonin is the neurotransmitter that helps us feel good helps us feel calm and relaxed so where .

Does vitamin d come into play the active form of vitamin d3 is signaled through a region of our brain called the vdr okay now this signal impacts the gene expression of a couple of different things in this particular case it's affecting the expression of what's called tryptophan hydroxylase this is something that is very important is an .

Enzyme that is important for the proper really combination of tryptophan to ultimately make serotonin i don't know if you know this but tryptophan the amino acid that's in a lot of meat and turkey things like that is a real solid building block of serotonin okay so vitamin d3 affects the gene expression of the enzyme that allows us to use .

Tryptophan so if we're potentially low in vitamin d3 we are potentially not able to synthesize as much of that or utilize that much of the tryptophan this situation affects the gene expression of what is called a serotonin reuptake transporter now you've probably heard of serotonin reuptake inhibitors you've heard of ssris a transporter is similar .

It's just what allows the transport of serotonin and allows the transport of that reuptake so long story short if we are messing these pathways up we are messing up the ability to create serotonin all the way down to what's called the maoa and everything like that too so we're disrupting a pathway to create serotonin this can not only .

Affect your mood but it can potentially affect sleep too because if we're not creating serotonin serotonin is a precursor to melatonin so it is a little bit of one of those situations like which came first the chicken or the egg are you not sleeping well and then you're stressed out and that's affecting things or your serotonin levels low and .

You're not producing melatonin and not sleeping well you can see how you can just go on and on and on but a common denominator that continues to rear its ugly head seems to be low levels of vitamin d okay now i'm not a doctor i'm some guy on the internet but i can probably make the solid suggestion that adding a little bit of fatty fish or .

Adding some good vitamin d in a natural sourced way is probably not a bad thing when you consider that a lot of people in the world especially in america are deficient in vitamin d so as always keep it locked and here on my channel and i'll see you tomorrow

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Eight Foods That Increase Your Vitamin D Levels

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If you went on your computer and you tried to find foods that were rich in vitamin d your head would be spinning okay because every blog out there is going to try to compete for your attention and try to tell you that some random raisin is going to have one iota of vitamin d and if you only eat six dump trucks full then you're going to .

Have enough vitamin d for a half a day bottom line nothing comes close to fish okay fish has a bunch of vitamin d but i'm not just going to rattle off a bunch of kinds of fish i am but i'm also going to give you other options too let me first recap okay vitamin d is not just about bone health that is the most .

Although important boring thing to talk about no one is getting excited about the carton of milk that's fortified with vitamin d everyone is focused on well i want to lose some fat i want to have more muscle i want to feel good okay the journal molecular sciences had published a pretty interesting review journal that took a look at a lot of .

Just overall big pieces when it came down to vitamin d okay it's summarized that vitamin d is critical when it comes down to cell apoptosis which is like the pre-programmed cell death that is required for just proper function and survival of our cells it was very important when it came down to cell differentiation so being able to .

Divide being able to have our cells actually function and then when you look at most immune cells most immune cells have a vitamin d receptor on the surface indicating that vitamin d is so imperative for our overall immune system and then one thing that people don't realize is that vitamin d gets sequestered in fat cells so the more fat .

That you have on your body the more vitamin d is locked up that's why when you see in various studies that when people lose weight without even changing their diet their vitamin d levels go up because it's no longer being sequestered by the fat cell anyway the point is vitamin d is not a vitamin it is a hormone and it is critical one more .

Study and then i'll get into the foods the animals of nutrition metabolism had published a study that took a look at elderly patients over the age of 60 okay and it gave them a mega dose of vitamin d like it was a 90 000 to 150 000 ius per month and it measured that over time their leg strength significantly improved without ever touching a weight .

Without even doing any kind of resistance training okay because vitamin d has hormone properties and it can actually help our musculoskeletal system it's not just strengthening our bones so you usually want to aim between like 800 and probably 2 000 ius of vitamin d per day but you do not just want to get it from a supplement form let me like .

Reiterate supplement forms are still going to be synthetic forms of vitamin d which are going to potentially make it so that you are deficient in retinol vitamin a okay then you throw off this whole balance that's the idea behind eating fish is at least you're typically getting the vitamin a along with it anyhow let's .

Jump into this the first one you're gonna hate me for this but it's the most important it's a food slash supplement that is cod liver oil okay yes i know it sounds gross and you're probably gonna turn off this video but hear me out on it 250 micrograms per 100 gram serving plus it is ridiculously high in omega-3s and .

Ridiculously high in the bioavailable vitamin a okay it is very important in terms of like a well-balanced like perfectly crafted natural way to get your vitamin d along with the vitamin a that supports that whole process there's a study that was published in the journal advances in therapy that took a look at subjects that had rheumatoid .

Arthritis and it gave them one gram of cod liver oil per day for three months and two-thirds of the subjects within that study said that it was a good treatment option for them it helped them with their ra now there could be a lot of reasons behind that the point is is cod liver oil is beneficial and it's one of the best ways to get vitamin d that's .

Why it's first on the list next step is going to be cremini mushrooms portobello mushrooms and mataki mushrooms and you're probably thinking this guy's so full of it these are plant sources of vitamin d plant sources of vitamin d aren't the same well you're right but there's something that we definitely need to get out in the open vitamin d2 .

Which you get from like a plant source still activates via the sun uv light okay and it still has very similar properties inside our body in fact it's practically undetectable okay the issue is not that it's a different kind of vitamin d so much it's the fact that our vitamin d transport proteins inside our bodies have a stronger affinity for .

Vitamin d3 so if you were to consume some fish along with some mushrooms the vitamin d3 from the fish is going to bind to the transport protein leaving the plant form the d2 almost useless because it has a stronger affinity so it doesn't mean that you don't get a benefit out of eating mushrooms you just have to eat more of them there's like .

1.7 x greater like likelihood of the d3 working than the d2 because you need more so you have to increase that significantly so point is yes by all means have the mushrooms cook with them load up with them have as much as you possibly can because in my opinion you can't really go wrong with them okay the next up is going to be canned salmon .

Canned salmon is going to have more vitamin d in it than wild caught like fresh salmon which sounds crazy because i would much prefer to eat fresh when it comes down to vitamin d content when it is canned you're increasing the dry weight and the dry weight is going to not only increase the essential amino acid dry weight protein content but it's .

Also going to improve the vitamin d content okay so you are getting that good source plus a lot of times when it's canned it's immediately like it's frozen right when they catch it and then they can it so you end up having less potential oxidation of the polyunsaturated fats that are pretty fragile to begin with okay some of the .

Kinds of canned fish that i recommend like come from a company called wild planet and i put a link down below for thrive market so some of the things in fact almost all the things i'm talking about whether it's cod liver oil whether it's canned salmon some of the other things i'm going to talk about you can get through thrive market so you go .

Online they're a sponsor on this channel so you go use that link down below and then you can sort by different diet types so if you're doing paleo if you're doing keto if you want to sort by canned goods that way you can sort for like canned salmon and stuff like that it makes it that easy it's the easiest way to shop and then it gets delivered right .

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One is awesome for sushi fans eel specifically smoked eel same kind of idea with like the canned salmon when eel is smoked you get a higher dry weight okay so you're looking at a difference between like 26 27 micrograms of vitamin d per 100 grams serving versus like 38 so it's a pretty .

Significant amount now whether you are low carb or fasting or whatever eel is still a good option just be careful that the eel sauce that they use isn't totally loaded with sugar if you're getting sushi you can still have them make it without the sauce a lot of times the eel doesn't always have the sauce so you can get it without that but a little .

Bit's not gonna hurt you either way next up is halibut halibut is unique okay there are other fish that have higher levels of vitamin d the reason that i am a fan of halibut is because of the high selenium content so when it comes down to vitamin d when it comes down to like these larger fish you typically want to .

Be careful with mercury right okay but what we haven't really talked about in the world of mercury out in this world too much is that mercury binds to selenium and halibut has a very high level of selenium in it so a lot of this evidence is starting to look at things called like selenoproteins which come from selenium and play a role in terms .

Of how our liver deals with mercury right the bottom line is that our mercury that we consume it binds to selenium and it has a huge affinity for selenium a million times it's next in line so basically you have mercury that binds to selenium okay if selenium wasn't there it would bind to .

Sulfur it is 1 million times more likely to bind to selenium has a 1 million times higher affinity for selenium than the next in line of sulfur so if you have sufficient amounts of selenium you have a better chance of being able to bind and lock up that mercury and deal with it better and not have it cross through the blood-brain barrier and .

Cause issues mercury is an issue i'm not discounting that but if you're deficient in selenium it's potentially a bigger issue so get your vitamin d in without the mercury we have to jump over to eggs for a second there was a study that was published in the journal nutrition that showed that hens that were outside in the sun ended up having eggs that had .

Three to four times more vitamin d content here's the issue when you look at an egg yolk there is about five to six micrograms of vitamin d per 100 gram serving okay one given egg yolk is like 15 to maybe 20 overall like grams right you're not getting 100 so you'd have to eat quite a few so in order to even get to the .

Adequate amount of vitamin d that you would need in a day you would need to eat 15 to 20 eggs granted that data is not necessarily referencing the same data that comes from the journal nutrition that implies that if their pastor raised tens they might have three to four x the amount the simple .

Fact of the matter is that you probably shouldn't try to get all your vitamin d from eggs okay it is a land source that is not going to be as effective as what you would get from a fish source okay so in that case maybe get maybe a third of your vitamin d from eggs if you want to go that route just make sure you're going with the pasture-raised eggs so .

They have that higher level there next one is going to be smoked trout and i say this because there's a big area of the world that likes lakefish more than seafish right and lakefish is generally kind of poo-pooed upon like people for some reason don't like to i don't say that has nutritional value trout has a very high level of vitamin d considering .

It's a lake fish but if you smoke it once again which it's a lot easier like even costco has a tremendous smoke trout option you're getting a higher vitamin d level so that's a great option there plus you're looking at very low if no mercury content because you're looking at lake fish versus sea fish and the last one that i want to throw in there .

Is sort of a snack just to kind of consistently keep vitamin d levels a little bit higher it's going to be dried shiitake mushrooms again you can find these at costco you can find them at stores now okay it's a more concentrated dry weight so you're getting more of that vitamin d just remember it's that vitamin d2 which isn't going to be as .

Effective you're gonna have to consume quite a bit of it you're not gonna get your vitamin d intake for the day by eating a bag of dried freeze-dried mushrooms but you're at least contributing to the bottom line a little bit and at the end of the day at least you're getting some beta-glucans which help out the gut as well so as always .

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2:36 – Cod Liver Oil
3:30 – Cremini, Portabello, and Maitake Mushrooms
4:44 – Canned Salmon
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6:46 – Halibut
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9:25 – Smoked Trout
10:01 – Dried Shiitake Mushrooms

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Vitamin D and COVID-19: Dr. Berg Interviews Dr. Seheult on Treatment and Prevention

Vitamin D and COVID-19: Dr. Berg Interviews Dr. Seheult on Treatment and Prevention

Vitamin D and COVID-19: Dr. Berg Interviews Dr. Seheult on Treatment and Prevention

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0:00 Introduction: Dr. Roger Seheult on vitamin D for COVID-19
1:05 The latest research on vitamin D for COVID-19
8:00 Does vitamin D help reduce covid duration, intensity, and complications?
12:44 Is it possible to get enough vitamin D in your diet without supplements?
20:08 Why it’s important to take magnesium and zinc with vitamin D
22:50 How vitamin D affects autoimmunity
26:30 Genes and covid susceptibility
27:48 More tips for covid
31:48 Thanks for watching

In this video, we’re going to talk with Dr. Roger Seheult about COVID-19 and vitamin D.

Listen in to this fascinating interview where we talk about the benefits of vitamin D for COVID-19.

Interview highlights:
• Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to covid infection and covid symptom severity
• Vitamin D may help reduce cytokine storm factors
• Normal vitamin D levels may reduce the risk of hospitalization due to covid infection
• 25-hydroxy vitamin D is the most effective form for covid
• Vitamin D isn’t just a vitamin—it also acts as a hormone
• Vitamin D is a powerful immunomodulator
• Gene expression can be affected by vitamin D
• Vitamin D can help reduce viral infection duration, intensity, and complications
• Regular vitamin D supplementation can help reduce the frequency of acute chest infections by 50%
• Most vitamin D comes from the sun
• Age, weight, time spent outside, and skin tone can affect your ability to get vitamin D from sunlight
• Genetic defects can make you more susceptible to covid
• Black cumin seed may help with covid severity and symptoms
• Sunlight—regardless of vitamin D production—may help reduce covid severity

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Can you get enough vitamin D from food? No, and I’m going to prove it.

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0:00 Introduction: Can you get enough vitamin D from food?
0:14 Vitamin D amounts in food
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It’s important to know that you can’t get the vitamin D you need from food.

I believe a good maintenance amount of vitamin D is 10,000IU. 10,000IU is not toxic, and there are specific reasons why you need that much. Check out my other videos on vitamin D for more information.

I want to share with you different foods that contain vitamin D, the quantity of vitamin D each of these foods contains, and how much of that specific food you would need to consume on a daily basis to achieve a good maintenance level of vitamin D (10,000IU).

3oz. Mackerel—1006IU—10 servings
3oz. Salmon (wild)—988IU—10 servings (30oz.)
1 cup Mushrooms (white)—732IU—14 cups
3oz. Trout—645IU—15 servings (42oz.)
3oz. Salmon (farm)—570IU—18 servings (54oz.)
1 tsp. Cod liver oil—448IU—22 tsp.
1 can Canned tuna—268IU—32 servings (129.5oz.)
3.5oz. Herring—216IU—46 servings (56oz.)
1 cup Yogurt—154IU—65 cups
3oz. Beef liver—42IU—238 servings (714oz.)
1 Egg yolk—37IU—270 eggs

While you should consume these foods, you shouldn’t rely on them for vitamin D. It would be better to get your vitamin D from the sun or a supplement.

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98 Percent of Sleep Apnea Cases Have Low Vitamin D

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Learn how low vitamin D could be behind many cases of sleep apnea and other sleep problems.

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0:00 Introduction: Sleep apnea and low vitamin D
0:23 Vitamin D for sleep apnea
1:12 Which type of vitamin D is best?
1:27 Vitamin D deficiency and sleep problems
3:22 Taking vitamin D for sleep problems
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Let’s talk about sleep apnea. According to a certain study, 98% of people with sleep apnea have a vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D significantly reduces inflammation. Many times, the tissues in the back of the throat and the back of the sinuses are inflamed, causing sleep apnea.

Vitamin D supports an overactive immune system. When a person has an overactive immune system, certain tissues in the body can be inflamed and obstruct breathing.

Vitamin D also has a direct effect on your sleep cycles. It helps you get into a deep sleep. Without vitamin D, it’s difficult to get into delta wave sleep.

We’re talking about vitamin D3, not vitamin D2. There have been some reports that vitamin D2 could actually cause insomnia.

A vitamin D deficiency can affect both sleep apnea and sleep quality in general. Low back pain and snoring are linked to a vitamin D deficiency.

Low vitamin D can also cause high stress, low mood, and unbalanced cortisol, which can all affect your sleep. Teeth grinding is associated with low vitamin d as well, which can affect your sleep.

It may be beneficial to take vitamin D with magnesium. Magnesium can help with the absorption of vitamin D, and it can also help with leg and foot cramps at night.

Vitamin D is also majorly associated with insulin resistance. If you have insulin resistance, you won’t be able to absorb vitamin D very well. If you have low vitamin D, your chance of developing insulin resistance goes up.

If you have sleep problems or sleep apnea, consider taking at least 10,000IU of vitamin D right before you go to sleep. Also, make sure to take magnesium with it.

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Vitamin D Actually Feeds Your Microbes

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0:00 Introduction: Vitamin D feeds microbes
0:53 Your microbes produce nutrients
1:42 Subclinical vitamin D deficiency
3:38 Vitamin D deficiency in winter months
4:37 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about vitamin D and your microbes.

Vitamin D is essential for feeding the healthy bacteria in your gut. In fact, gut microbes are dependent on the vitamin D you get from the sun or ingest.

Along with fiber, vitamin D helps support microbial diversity in your gut. Low vitamin D can throw off your microbiome ratios.

Supporting your microbiome with vitamin D is also crucial for normal levels of butyrate. Butyrate is the small-chain fatty acid that helps regulate your blood sugar levels, feed your colon cells, energize your body, and improve your insulin sensitivity.

Additionally, a poor microbiome caused by low vitamin D can contribute to a deficiency in B vitamins. This is because microbes are a primary source of many B vitamins.

The majority of the population has a subclinical vitamin D deficiency. Oftentimes, a subclinical deficiency isn’t detected in a blood test.

40% of people in the US and Europe have low vitamin D, and up to 85% of people in Arabic countries have low vitamin D.

Vitamin D deficiency can increase your risk of…
• Cancer
• Diabetes
• Heart attack
• Autoimmune disease
• IBD
• Allergies
• Asthma
• Dermatitis
• Regular colds
• Depression
• Weight gain

Vitamin D is essential for the integrity of your gut epithelium. Since 80% of your immune system resides in your gut, an issue with your gut wall (or even leaky gut) can cause serious immune problems. It may cause your immune system to attack your own healthy cells. This is why low vitamin D is associated with autoimmunity and inflammation.

It’s more difficult to maintain normal levels of vitamin D in the winter months. To help combat this, you can take at least 10,000IU of vitamin D daily.

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The Real Reason for a Vitamin D Deficiency

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0:00 Introduction: The real reason for vitamin D deficiency
0:18 How much vitamin D can you get from the sun?
0:30 Why most people don’t get enough vitamin D from sunlight alone
2:10 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about the real reason for vitamin D deficiency.

Why is it so difficult to get enough vitamin D to maintain normal levels?

It’s virtually impossible to get vitamin D from food sources. You’d have to consume a lot of fatty fish every single day to maintain normal levels of vitamin D.

Sunlight provides about 1,000IU of vitamin D for every ten minutes of direct sunlight—but only if you:
• Live close to the equator.
• Are young (aged skin doesn’t absorb as much sunlight)
• Go outside during the middle of the day
• Are laying down with minimal clothing to maximize skin exposure
• Are outside when there aren’t any clouds or pollution to cause shade
• Aren’t obese (body fat decreases the penetration of sunlight)
• Don’t have dark-colored skin (melanin decreases UV absorption)
• Don’t have a genetic defect with your vitamin D receptors
• Don’t have any gut problems, inflammation, or microbial imbalances to block vitamin D
• Have a gallbladder and normal bile release to fully utilize fat-soluble nutrients

As you can see, it can be very difficult to get enough vitamin D naturally. Many people have issues that inhibit the absorption of sunlight and vitamin D. This is why it’s important to use a high-quality vitamin D supplement.

You want to get at least 10,000IU of vitamin D daily if you have a vitamin D deficiency.

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Why Soda Melts Your Bones

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Soda has the potential to melt your bones. Learn more.

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0:00 Introduction: Is soda fine in moderation?
0:10 How soda can melt your bones
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Soda has the potential to actually melt your bones. Let’s talk about why.

There are different ingredients in soda, such as high-fructose corn syrup and phosphoric acid, that can negatively affect your health.

A few ingredients in soda and their impacts on your bone health:

1. High-fructose corn syrup:
• Depletes vitamin D
• Depletes calcium
• Causes calcium dumping from the kidneys
• Depletes magnesium (Magnesium deficiency increases the risk of osteoporosis. Magnesium is needed to build bone and absorb vitamin D. Magnesium deficiency will also cause the parathyroid to rob calcium from the bones.)

2. Phosphoric acid:
• Increases the risk of osteoporosis and osteopenia
• Weakens the teeth
• Decreases the absorption of iron and zinc

3. Caffeine:
• Leeches calcium from the bones

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The Most Common Nutrient Deficiency in IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

The Most Common Nutrient Deficiency in IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

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Those with IBD commonly experience these four nutrient deficiencies—find out why!

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0:00 Introduction: The most common nutrient deficiency in IBD
0:11 What is IBD?
0:32 #1 – Iron deficiency and IBD
1:33 #2 – Vitamin D deficiency and IBD
2:53 #3 – Vitamin B12/folate deficiency and IBD
3:22 #4 – K1 and K2 deficiency and IBD
3:47 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about the most common nutrient deficiency in irritable bowel disease (IBD). This also includes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

In these conditions, you have a massive amount of inflammation and an overreaction of the immune system. Gut inflammation reduces the absorption of nutrients.

The most common nutrient deficiencies in those with IBD are:

#1 – Iron deficiency
Iron deficiency occurs in those with IBD because of blood loss and decreased iron absorption due to inflammation. You can develop anemia if your iron drops too low. The best sources of iron are animal products (especially beef and organ meats) and spirulina. Always get your iron from the foods you eat, not supplements. It can be easy to build up too much iron with supplements. 80% of those with IBD are iron deficient.

#2 – Vitamin D deficiency
70% of those with IBD have vitamin D deficiency because IBD-related inflammation blocks the absorption of dietary vitamin D. Additionally, your age, weight, skin tone, and location can affect your vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is important for calcium absorption, small intestine lining repair, and reducing inflammation. 10,000 IUs of vitamin D3 daily is ideal for normal vitamin D levels.

#3 – Vitamin B12 and B9 (folate)
Vitamin B12 and B9 come from your healthy foods and gut microbes. When you have gut inflammation, your microbiome often lacks important bacteria. This can limit your ability to produce and absorb B vitamins. Low vitamin B12 and B9 can cause fatigue, anemia, and many other issues.

#4 – Vitamin K1 and K2
Vitamin K1 and K2 are also made by your microbes. An unhealthy gut can decrease your levels of these two nutrients. Vitamin K1 helps prevent bleeding by causing your blood to clot, and vitamin K2 supports the strength of your bones and helps keep calcium out of your arteries and joints.

If you have IBD, make sure you replenish these nutrients.

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Vitamin D’s Interesting Effect on Aging (Telomeres)

Vitamin D’s Interesting Effect on Aging (Telomeres)

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1:14 – Vitamin D & Telomeres
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5:50 – Increasing Vitamin D Levels

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