Vitamin D3

Cardio Cocktail Contains 5,000 IU’s of Vitamin D3

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Cholecalciferol is the most active form of vitamin D. During pregnancy it has many benefits including prevention of birth defects, neurological disorders and psychiatric disorders. Vitamin D3 is also shown to be beneficial in preventing learning disabilities low birth weight and deficit schizophrenia. For adults Vitamin D 3 also has many benefits. It appears to reverse inflammatory changes associated with age-related memory impairment. It helps prevent cancer (especially breast cancer), and in diabetics helps normalize blood sugar levels. Researchers showing that it can delay the onset of Parkinson’s disease and has been found to be helpful for individuals suffering with chronic pain.

Vitamin D 3 takes on hormone like action when it is converted to calcitriol by the liver and kidneys. Calcitriol controls phosphorus, calcium, bone bolism and neuromuscular function. It is the only vitamin that the human body can manufacture from sunlight. Surprising researchers is showing that a vitamin D 3 deficiency is link to depression, back pain, cancer, insulin resistance and pre-eclampsia during pregnancy, macular degeneration and impaired immunity. The fear of skin cancer has caused many to become deficient in this important vitamin. Many believe that the recommended daily intake of this vitamin is too low. (Recommended daily intake 400-600 international units). The medical literature suggests that at least 1000 to 2000 IU of vitamin D 3 per day is necessary to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Mainstream media however continues to report from outdated medical research that suggests 200 IU per day of vitamin D 3. This is provoked the anger of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition lashing out at mainstream media for their outdated advice. 400 IU’s of vitamin D 3 per day barely raises blood concentrations of vitamin D. In many patients researchers found that 2000 to 4000 IU’s of vitamin D did not provide optimal levels in the blood. These patients needed to consume 8000 IU’s of vitamin D 3 to obtain proper blood levels. In each ounce of Cardio Cocktail there are 5000 IU’s of vitamin D. This is more in harmony with the recent research that calls for increased dosage of vitamin D 3.

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