Episode #179 – How Vitamin D Protects Against Respiratory Infections

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, Episode #179 – How Vitamin D Protects Against Respiratory Infections

, Episode #179 – How Vitamin D Protects Against Respiratory InfectionsIn This Episode:

  • How vitamin D defends you from collateral damage due to inflammation. 
  • Why your skin tone affects the amount of sun exposure YOU receive compared to others.
  • The 6 best ‘sunny’ food sources for vitamin D doses.
  • What nutrients you also need to feed yourself to convert vitamin D into its active form so you get the most out of it.
  • Natural ways to boost vitamin D levels and how much you require to replenish yourself after combatting a respiratory infection. 

In this day of rising deaths due to respiratory health issues, most people have started to take extreme measures to protect themselves from getting any respiratory infections! Dr. Jockers shares a study revealing the powerful benefits of having sufficient Vitamin D supply in the body, particularly in establishing a defense barrier against infections. Discover what these amazing benefits are, how to check if you are lacking with this nutrient and the natural process of boosting the production of Vitamin D in your system

“Vitamin D helps balance your immune system and allows it to attack pathogens more accurately.”

– Dr. David Jockers

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