Could low levels of Vitamin D be the cause of dementia or Alzheimer’s?

www.alzheimersorganization.org/vitamin-d-and-alzheimers

It’s been a battle to keep my vitamin D3 levels up in the winter. My mom was diagnosed with rapid Alzheimer’s about six years ago.

I have chronic Lyme Disease, which affects my neurological system. I have recently been having issues with my feet, legs, hands and arms. The numbness and tingling are maddening at times.

As I dove deeper into the Covid virus and found that my husband and I had long Covid, the beginning of summer, that lasted over a month. I found this could have been the reason for the numbness and tingling in my body. All contributing factors.

I’ll share more on that in a different blog.

So as I dug deeper into my medical issue, and the desire to head off Alzheimer’s, there was one mineral that kept coming up. Vitamin D3.

I’ve also for the past three years went vegan and organic. I did just recently add our own home grown organic fed chicken eggs.

I was loosing to much weight and needed more protein.

I am outside gardening a lot in the summer. Yet I know my vitamin d3 levels are still low.

So I found food grade vitamin d3 supplements to help in my health care.

I wanted to share my findings. And as always do your own research and talk to your healthcare provider! Hopefully they listen to you and want to help you in your journey to healthy healing.

Vitamin D3 Liquid 1000 IU Per Spray, Vegan D3 Vitamin for Women and Men, Garden of Life Mykind Organic D3 Plus Omegas – Vanilla Flavor – 125 Servings – 2 fl oz Liquid Whole Food D3 Vitamin Supplement https://a.co/d/dUFN0c5

Vitamin D3 | Vitamin K2 | Vitamin D3 K2 Spray | K2 D3 Vitamin Liquid Supplement for Adults & Kids | Supplement for Calcium Absorption Strong Bones | Vegan | Non-GMO | Gluten Free | 1 Fl Oz https://a.co/d/fWYrExC

Back with more soon

WWYHS

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