Vitamin D & Low Testosterone – 28% increase?!? [New Research]

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How Vitamin D affects your hormones, specifically your testosterone levels?

One human clinical study showed that taking about 3500 units of Vitamin D daily, increased total testosterone levels by about 28% and free testosterone by about 23%

My suggestion for most people is to take about 5000 units (125 mcg) of D3 daily, with 50 mcg of Vitamin K2. Both should be taken together to support bone health and healthy calcium absorption.

The reason Vitamin D is so powerful is that it’s not really a vitamin. It’s technically a hormone, a steroid hormone in fact.

Unfortunately, most of us are deficient in Vitamin D.

And this is because you can primarily produce vitamin D from sunlight. This means going outside, for at least 30-45 minutes on a sunny day and making sure that big body parts get a lot of sunlight… such as the legs and back.

Thus, why most of us are deficient because we aren’t getting enough daily sunlight… especially around the important peak hours of 10 am to 2 pm.

Trust me when I tell you that you should for sure consider adding the correct dosage and type of D3 + K2 supplementation to your daily diet.  Especially if you want a healthy boost in your total and free testosterone levels.

The combination of D3 + K2 is super powerful, healthy and very inexpensive.

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