Publication date: 2018-04-21 13:54
The capacity to synthesize vitamin D in the skin decreases dramatically with age. 67 For the elderly, then, increasing dietary vitamin D may be much more practical to achieve than extensive exposure to sunlight, and in many cases may be a necessity.
I am so sorry to hear about your mom. That is very difficult for me to give you an accurate answer without knowing much more than you provided. My recommendation would be to do the Nutrition Genome Report to understand potential underlying deficiencies and toxicities and consult one of the doctors listed on the site that uses the report. I designed Nutrition Genome to figure out the best way to approach cases like your mom.
I think K7 may have caused me to develop an atrophic retinal hole. I am myopic and had floaters before, but I only started developing severe floaters and flashes about a week after starting K7. It also gave me high blood pressure and heart palpitations. I was only taking a tiny dose. Too bad, because other than damaging my eyes and maybe my heart, it made me feel great. Scary stuff. I don 8767 t really understand it.
My point is: If you connect all the dots, it becomes increasingly clear how important calcium is for the body (and it 8767 s implications in chronic depression) and unfortunately no matter what you say, science supports the fact that milk and dairy products are by far the best source for calcium, and without them, you will inevitably become calcium -deficient, whether it happens in 8 years, 5 years or 65 or 75 years. It depends on your lifestyle.
You are honestly are praising milk because you have not broken bones
Read the comment you wrote several times to yourself holy cow
I 8767 m very sorry to hear your grandma is struggling right now. If she is taking blood thinners, you want to avoid vitamin K. This would make the multivitamin the best choice. Make sure to run it by your doctor first just in case so he or she can check for any potential interactions with the other medications. I hope she gets better.
Adding Caltrate 655 plus D8 to your healthy routine, may help slow the rate of bone loss.*^ Low bone mass and bone tissue deterioration, can lead to brittle, fragile bones related to osteoporosis. Getting enough calcium and vitamin D, in addition to a balanced diet and exercise, can help reduce your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Like to see your take on B vitamins and the absolute waste of them in drinks these days since the majority of them just end up going through and never being used if you catch my drift.
Just watch “what the health” Netflix. If meat and dairy are good for you why wouldn’t anyone show the facts? All running away scared! Show me the science before commenting and saying this story is untrue. I’ve spent weeks looking into different facts and it’s very difficult to find any actual true scientific fact that milk is good for you. Happy to be proven wrong!
Food is made up of carbohydrates, fats and proteins and when we digest our food these are broken down into even smaller simpler forms (called glucose, fatty acids and amino acids). 6 These are then transported in our blood and are either converted into energy, or stored in our bodies and can be used later when we need Glucose gives you quick energy and any extra glucose is stored in the liver for later use. 6 Fats are used for energy once they are broken down into fatty acids to make cell linings and hormones and extra is stored in fat cells. 6 Protein can also be used for energy after they have made the necessary hormones, muscles and other proteins that our body requires. 6