Vitamin D for Athletic Performance, Winter Wellness, and Immunity

To recover faster after your workout you need Vitamin D.

 Ski RacersTake your exercise routine seriously?  And do you prepare for recovery before you workout?  No?  Then read on….

A recent study by The Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), in USA revealed that taking vitamin D before you exercise can help you recover more quickly afterwards, making it the perfect supplement to pair with your workout.

Most of us are deficient in Vitamin D.  Vitamin D is a powerful nutritional supplement….

q       Cancer– Research is now estimating that 75% of cancers can be prevented by an adequate consumption of Vitamin D.

 q       Calcium Levels– Vitamin D controls calcium levels in the blood and contributes to bone growth strength.

 q       Immune System-Vitamin D is crucial in creation & function of ‘T-Cells’ that protect your body against bacteria and disease, and help to prevent degenerative disease.

 q       Inflammation– Lack of Vitamin D can cause inflammation in the body.

 q       Vitamin D supports Cardiovascular health. In combination with calcium, vitamin D has been shown to have beneficial effects for heart health, especially in overweight women who are reducing weight.

 q       Many studies have proven Vitamin D to be beneficial for depression and mood disorders.

 These are just a few more reasons to add Vitamin D to your daily regimen.

Fortunately, our bodies can synthesise vitamin D from the sun but during winter months we are not spending as much time outdoors and it is very easy for us to get deficient.

Maintain your vitamin D levels all year round with nutritional supplementation to ensure you are getting the proper amount of nutrients for your body, especially when you exercise. 

If you would like more information about the ‘Sunshine Vitamin’ and how it can help you please get in touch with me and I’d be happy to show you more.

 

 

 

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