Fibromyalgia And Vitamin D
An estimated 5 million American adults suffer from fibromyalgia.
This condition can cause excruciating pain at the slightest touch, along with fatigue, depression and other vexing symptoms.
It’s one of my readers’ most common health complaints…
No one knows the cause — or cure — for certain. But there’s new, strong evidence that a vitamin D deficiency may play a large role.
So in this video chat, Jasmine LeMaster and I take on some recent reader questions. We discuss:
- The simple, natural therapies everyone with fibromyalgia should know — and use!
- The role that a lack of vitamin D may play in this common disease
- Is raw milk safe? Is it better for health than the pasteurized kind?
[Note: The daily dosage I recommend in this video is 500 IU of vitamin D3 and 90 mcg of vitamin K2. That’s an appropriate and quite conservative starter dosage. If you tolerate this level well, feel free to take this dosage in the morning and again in the evening, for a daily total of 1,000 IU D3 and 180 mcg of K2.]
By: Brad Lemley; Natural Health Solutions