If you’re in the mood for a decent and digestible deep dive into Vitamin D, you might enjoy this article from Dr. Bill Sardi.
If you don’t have the time to read that much, I’ll summarize it for you.
- Should you supplement with Vitamin D?
- Yes, but it’s always better to get it from the sun directly.
- Do the medical elites manipulate studies on Vitamin D?
- Yes, which is why you must pay attention to how they value their pocketbooks over producing real science. This has implications in almost every industry, and that impacts you in more ways than you can imagine.
- There are lots of new studies on the topic ever since the scam-demic, but we don’t need a 100,000 publications to tell us what we’ve know for ages: that we improve our immune system dramatically with exposure to sunshine.
- Can you get enough Vitamin D from your diet?
- No, even if you chug tons of milk (highly NOT recommended) and eat three dozens eggs per day, you won’t get enough.
- Should I take supplements if/when I don’t get sunlight?
- Yes, but be mindful that some of them have toxic crap like soybean oil inside. It’s good to spend more on quality foods/medicine/vitamins.
- What’s a good daily dosage of Vitamin D?
- If you store up a lot in the summer, you’ll be at an advantage in the winter when there is less sunlight. However, in the winter, consider taking at least 8,000 IU. Since the Vitamin D gels often come in 5,000 IU units, I often take two of them for 10,000 IU. This is a bigger deal during those times when you get hit with nonstop rain/clouds for nearly a week.