Brain Fog and Vitamin D Deficiency...

Question: I was extremely tired and my Dr. did blood work and came up with a very low Vitamin D deficiency of around 13 ng/ml.


My understanding is that it should be around 30-100 ng/ml. Is that correct?

Also, I assume this had to be going on for quite a while since it was so low. I have
had some trouble at work with processing my thoughts and understanding some procedures.


Could the Vitamin D deficiency be a contributing factor to my brain fog?

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Is your scattered thinking due to Vitamin D Deficiency?
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen

'Brain Fog' can be a symptom of a LOT of different things- including vitamin d deficiency. It sounds like you have had a recent medical workup, but it's always important to rule out anything serious or dangerous.


If that's all fine and your doctor has given you a clean bill of health, that's where I come in!


Brain Fog and fatigue are likely to be a combination of several different things, at least one of which is likely to be:

* Food allergies or sensitivities
* Nutrient Deficiencies
* Subtle Intestinal Infections
* Overwhelming Toxicity
* Hormonal Imbalance


Sensitive laboratory testing that doctors don't use, but that I do- COULD help you to find out the reason why you are fatigued and not thinking straight.


It's not a quick and easy road to get better from these long-standing problems that have built up over time, but if you are willing to do some lifestyle changes and be open to some new ideas, you could definitely begin to get back to feeling good again- sometimes better than you have in a long time.





Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune Health.com




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