For years doctors have mistakenly told their patients (you) that you only need 400-800 IU of Vitamin D daily (if they even mention it at all). Those days are gone and Every doctor should be recommending at least 4,000 IU of Vitamin D3.
Many doctors will tell you taking more than 800 IU of vitamin D is dangerous, this is just not true, and these two research studies prove that. Vitamin D is a vitamin and a pro-hormone, and is vital for the proper function of many biochemical reactions in your body.
Women armed with this knowledge can cut their risk of infection during pregnancy by 50%, and reduce their risk of both preterm labor and preterm delivery by over 50%. Every woman who is pregnant, or trying to get pregnant, should know about this research…
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