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5 Reasons Why You need a Daily Dose of Vitamin D


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While recent research has begun to suggest that sunbathers might live longer than people who spend their days hidden behind closed blinds, that’s not an excuse to simply go and catch some rays without any protection. As beneficial as the sun’s light can be – particularly as a source of vitamin D, UV radiation still comes with a serious risk of cancer.

Fortunately, if you want to get the vitamin D you need without risking the deadly exposure, you could always turn to supplements for your regular fix. The following are some of the reasons why you need to stick to a daily amount of vitamin D in your diet – even if you don’t hit the sunbeds to get it.

Reasons Why You need a Daily Dose of Vitamin D

1. Vitamin D Fortifies Your Frame

5 Reasons Why You need a Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Looking for a simple way to get stronger that doesn’t involve piling on extra weight at the gym? Vitamin D could be the perfect solution. This incredible substance fortifies your bones by coating them in calcium, meaning that you’ll be less prone to fractures, and capable of greater feats of strength. According to research, a dose of around 2000IU (the IU stands for international units) should be enough to boost the hormone parathyroid, which regulates calcium levels and lowers your risk of injury when playing sports or working out.

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This does not mean you will have bones that are as strong as Wolvervine’s bones and his bones are just like everyone elses accept his bones are covered in adamantium. So, no, you will not be able to do the things Wolverine does not take the blows that he can take and continue on moving. Do not forget, he has extreme healing abilities as well. Also, do not forget, Wolverine is a fictional character. This is real life.

2000IU is fantastic for your bones but it does not mean you will be able withstand the force of a 800 pound tree branch that falls on your head or shoulders from a 40 foot height. This does not mean you will be able to withstand a 50 mph motorcycle crash and come out perfectly unscathed. So still be careful with your actions and what type of tasks you take on.

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