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Vitamin D3 Deficiency

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Vitamin D deficiency is easily diagnosed so investige whether you have Vitamin D deficiency and treating it if you do.

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Vitamin D Foods

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Although the list of Vitamin D foods is fairly short, there are a handful worthy of mention that can help you increase your Vitamin D intake.

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Diet Soda: Not on Anyone’s Diet

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I just returned from a whirlwind trip to Atlanta to have my Endodontic brother-in-law give me a root canal. He did a fantastic job – definitely worth going across the country for.

I couldn’t help but notice the population there seems to be made up of a very high percentage of overweight and obese people. I also noted the “World of Coke” headquarters as we were driving through downtown.

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Sources of Omega 3: Flaxseed Oil vs Fish Oil

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Is there a difference when it comes to Omega-3s? Only fish oils provide Omega-3 in the form of EPA and DHA. Omega-3 from flax seed oil is in a different form called alpha linolenic acid (ALA).

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Low Vitamin D Symptoms

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Vitamin D deficiency symptoms are fairly significant and need to be addressed with the best Vitamin D supplement.

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Vitamin D Deficiency Treatment

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We’ve been hearing plenty of talk about Vitamin D recently and just how important it is to your health. There’s good reason for it. There are plenty of vitamins we take because we know we’re supposed to, but Vitamin D is one of the rare ones that can almost immediately make you feel better or worse depending on your current levels.

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Vitamin D Deficiency Causes

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There are some very common Vitamin D deficiency causes, which helps explain why so many people (over 85% of people in the United States) have Vitamin D deficiency.

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