By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
May 2, 2018
- An overlooked cause of vitamin D deficiency
- Magnesium and vitamin D work hand-in-hand to protect your health
- How to get more of the “missing” mineral
As unbelievable as it may sound, at least 40% of Americans are vitamin D deficient. And depending on what measure is used as the cut-off for deficiency, it could be as many as 75%.
This is a huge problem. It’s also why I recommend that everyone have their vitamin D levels tested.
But what happens if you’re low on this nutrient? Will taking a vitamin D supplement bring your levels back up to part? And what if you are taking vitamin D supplements and still insufficient in this nutrient?
Well, today I want to alert you to another deficiency that may actually be robbing your stores of vitamin D. Continue reading