Why Your Doctor Tests You For Vitamin D

It’s wonderful that we can go to our doctors and get tested for every possible malady in one lab visit. And all of those scores are good to know.  But sometimes the doctor tests you for things and he or she may not mention why they tested you.  Most of the time when I ask customers what their Vitamin D level is they say the same thing to me….  “I think my doctor tested me for Vitamin D,  but she didn’t say anything. So, I assumed it was okay.”

If you knew, what I know about Vitamin D, you would ask a lot more questions about your Vitamin D level.  You see, I used to have really high blood pressure.  My Dad and his girlfriend used to have really high blood pressure. But funny thing, since we started using the Vitamin D3 spray, our blood pressures have dropped.  My blood pressure dropped 40 points.  I think her blood pressure dropped 40 or 50 points as well.  Even Dad’s blood pressure is dropping too.  And believe me, I’m not saying that your blood pressure will drop too. But I think that this is one of the many reasons that Vitamin D is called a “vitamin of interest” in the medical community now. Watch this video by Diane Sawyer about why it is so important to find out your vitamin D level.  Click on this link –  Diane Sawyer talks to a famous doctor about Vitamin D.

Diane Sawyer on the Importance of Vitamin D
Diane Sawyer on the Importance of Vitamin D

And different science labs across the globe are testing it daily.  Visit the site www.VitaminDCouncil.org for more information about that.  If you are looking for a more effective way of getting Vitamin D3 into your system… they can be ordered at the Spray of Health TEN Store.

 

Vitamin D is a Vitamin of Interest
Why Should You Care About Vitamin D?

 A few years ago, Vitamin D was thought to only allow calcium to be absorbed for good bone health. New research suggests that vitamin D may be one of the best vitamins of all for your body as scientists have uncovered up to 2,000 different genes-roughly one-sixth of the human genome-that are regulated by the nutrient. That means almost everything in your body relies on it. Knowing that, shouldn’t you see what level your Vitamin D is being absorbed at this time.  If it’s under 30 you are deficient. And if you have a chronic illness, you need to talk to your doctor about getting it up to 60 or more.

It is being researched for it’s affect on various chronic illnesses.  Some of these illnesses are Hypertension, Lupus, Arthritis, Breast Cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s …. etc.   Given the fact that doctors are now testing everyone for it, and so much research is being done on it’s possible benefits, I would says that is a good reason to look into what your level is.  This is a video about Vitamin D …  Watch This!

If you find that you are Vitamin Deficient… you may try the Vitamin D spray instead of taking pills. The intra-oral spray is 98% absorbent, because of the molecular structure of an intra-oral spray. You see, it absorbs into your buccal mucosa on the insides of your mouth cheeks.  It’s convenient because you can spray anywhere you are.  My Vitamin D3 level has gone from 30 to 58 in 3 months.  To find out more about the Vitamin D spray…    A D Power spray testimony.

To purchase any of the sprays go to www.TenSprays.com

 

 

 

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