Today, November 2nd, is Vitamin D Day; a project led by the non-profit groups, Vitamin D Council, Vitamin D Society and GrassrootsHealth.
“Vitamin D deficiency is a global pandemic that has serious health consequences for children and adults. Improvement in the world’s vitamin D status could significantly reduce risk of many chronic illnesses including cardiovascular diseases, type II diabetes and many deadly cancers as well as infectious diseases including upper respiratory tract infections, influenza and tuberculosis.”
-Michael Holick, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics at Boston University School of Medicine
For additional Vitamin D3, I use and recommend, Shaklee Vita-D3.