How To Check Your Vitamin D Levels
What Have You Got To Lose?
Reduce Risk Of Severe Disease 90%
The COVID-19 Pandemic can be a scary time with many questions and few answers. If you are concerned or worried about potentially contracting or have already contracted the corona virus, there are steps you can take to potentially lower your risk of illness or potentially make your case less severe. The most proactive step you can take is to increase your Vitamin D level.
While controlled trials and testing are yet to be completed, strong data from 20 different European countries have shown the probability of contraction and/or severe cases of the COVID-19 virus greatly decreases with higher Vitamin D levels. Optimizing your Vitamin D levels could potentially reduce your risk of severe COVID-19 by 90% and your risk of dying from it by 96% according to two published studies on COVID-19.
Studies from the Philippines and Indonesia showed that higher levels of Vitamin D are associated with reduce disease severity and risk of death. Vitamin D is an affordable and easily attainable supplement that EVERYONE can access. If testing continues and these findings are incorrect… so what? A good Vitamin D level is nothing but beneficial for your health. What have you got to lose?
Reduce The Risk Of Dying From COVID 96%
The risk from acting now is much less than the risk of doing nothing. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin for your body and making sure you don’t have a vitamin deficiency is important regardless of the current situation. According to the Mayo Clinic, is useful in the management of many other conditions such as:
Vitamin D Levels <20ng/mL is considered deficient, ≤20-30ng/mL is insufficient, with optimal levels being 50-70ng/mL.
How to Test Your Vitamin D Levels
Ask your doctor about your Vitamin D levels today! If you don’t have a regular physician or if you would prefer someone in the field with multiple years of experience in vitamin deficiencies, contact us at Innovative Health and Longevity. IHOhio wants to give everyone the ability to take charge of their health and be able to have access to their own vitamin levels regardless of where they are or how much they make.