Purpose of running this test:
The Vitamin D Blood Spot test may be helpful to assess your need for supplemental vitamin D, which is a factor in blood sugar balance, as well as bone integrity. Lead or cadmium are especially damaging to bone. High levels of these toxic metals may impair bone health and suggest a greater need for bone support, including vitamin D.
If you live in an area with decreased sunshine, or suffer from seasonal affect disorder, you should also monitor your vitamin D levels. Individuals in low sunshine areas may experience Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD). Supporting healthy levels of vitamin D along with low doses of SAM-e (S-adenosyl methionine) may help. Low levels of vitamin D have also been associated with certain health conditions including Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and colon cancer.
|Result||This table contains the rationale behind my suggestions. These suggestions are for your consideration. Defer your choices to your own health care practitioner, as always.|
|Imbalances in Vitamin D||Consider Vita D-Light Spray for enhanced absorption through the mucous membranes of your mouth. In addition, Vita D-Light Spray contains a source of Rosemary and Sage that may help transport the vitamin into your cells. Also, you can consider Vitamin D softgels. Depending on your levels of calcium and magnesium on a HMT and UEE, you can consider Cal/Mag/VitD/VitK. For osteoporosis or osteopenia, consider low dose Bone Support nucleotide blend and Bone Support capsules. Do regular Bone Resorption Tests to be sure you are making a difference. If blood sugar imbalances are your issue, consider the FOK capsules. If you have seasonal affective disorder, consider SAM-e beginning in late October through March, or equivalent months in other regions. The use of a B complex such as Ultimate B is suggested when SAM-e support is being utilized.|
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