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Low levels of vitamin D are associated with higher levels of inflammatory markers and can play a part in cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Learn what you can do to make sure you're never lacking on this important vitamin!

While vitamin D is normally associated with the winter blues or your bone health, some studies have found that low levels of vitamin D is associated with higher levels of inflammatory markers and can play a part in cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

Some experts also suggest that having low Vitamin D can aggravate inflammatory conditions, so vitamin D therapy is now being considered an important part of treating these diseases. In general, it’s a good idea to have your vitamin D levels tested; according to a recent study, more than two-thirds of teens and adults in the U.S. are vitamin D deficient!

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2 Steps to Fix It!

These are the two ways you can fix it:

  • Get vitamin D from sunlight (shoot for 10 to 15 minutes in the sun each day if you can!)
  • Supplement it (see below for my fav supplements)


I made the above video as part of the curriculum of my Gut Health, Anti-Inflammation & Bloat Blaster Program which is the ONLY coaching program that will teach you how to eliminate the biggest offenders that may be the culprit behind your weight gain, causing bloat and inflammation & teach you to implement wellness practices to ease your body back into its healthiest state – free of bloating, inflammation and all the illnesses that can develop because of it (including cancer, diabetes, obesity, and the list goes on!).

My Favorite Vitamin D Supplements

NatureWise Vitamin D3 

Garden of Life D3 Vitamin


My Favorite B12 Supplements

If you eat a completely plant-based diet, you’re likely lacking in vitamin B12, which is included in a multi, too. The natural and most readily absorbable form of B12 is methylcobalamin.

Jarrow Formulas B12


Garden of Life B12 Vitamin 

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Xo, C

* The above supplements are suggestions. Brands I have used for both me and my coaching clients -brands that I trust- but If you are taking any prescription medications, you should discuss adding in supplements with your medical doctor prior to taking any.

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