Amazing! 75% of U.S. grown people are short on Vitamin D! (1) In India, low levels of Vitamin D are out of hand in people older than 50 while a small 18.6% of people have normal bone mass. (2) Two-thirds of previously diagnosed osteoporosis patients have low Vitamin D levels. (3) Vitamin D is too valuable to be disregarded. So, Satterwhite Chiropractic wants all of our Oxford chiropractic back pain patients to be sure they're getting enough Vitamin D!
Vitamin D is essential for your health: bones and bone mass, immunity enhancement, and even infection decline and allograft rejection avoidance after organ transplant. (4)
As a result, have your Vitamin D levels checked. What level is optimal? Roughly 30 to 32 ng/ml or above. (1) If you have Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or colitis, it's even more valuable as Vitamin D deficiency risk is higher for you. (5) And failed back surgical syndrome patients show Vitamin D inadequacy, too. (6) One writer just comes out and says that perhaps Vitamin D should just be given to everyone because of its huge deficiency for so many, its comparatively inexpensive addition to daily life, and its strong benefits in treating so many diseases! (7) Good idea for many of our Oxford neighbors, too.
How much Vitamin D3 is safe? As much as 300,000 IU taken orally for 6 months! Crazy, huh? But one research paper says that this amount may carefully and adequately correct Vitamin D deficiency in adolescents. (8) A different paper says that to achieve optimal Vitamin D status, daily intakes of at least 1000 IU or more of Vitamin D are required. (1) For osteoporotic patients taking pharmacologic therapy for their osteoporosis, higher doses of at least 800 IU daily is advised. (3) Nutrition is one of Satterwhite Chiropractic's many chiropractic services.
So, contact Satterwhite Chiropractic for your next chiropractic . Along with our spinal manipulation treatment, we'd be more than happy to talk with you about your Vitamin D condition and how best you can reach the optimal level for you.
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