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Vitamin D Level of 6
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Health Queen

Hi Patricia,

I don't know why it's taking doctors SO LONG to figure out that so many people are Vitamin D Deficient- and seriously so!

It's so simple to test for, in fact you can even Check Your Vitamin D Level Right in Your Own Home!

But in answer to your question, 10,000 IU's per day isn't particularly aggressive, but will still get your Vitamin D Levels up- and yes, it could make you feel better. But you need to get your Vitamin D Level rechecked in 3 to 4 months to make sure that it is rising into the OPTIMAL level of between 40 to 80 ng/ml.

But I hate to tell you that it's unlikely that you are going to feel 100% better just by taking Vitamin D. If your Vitamin D Level is THAT low, then where else have you not been taking care of yourself and what other nutrients are you deficient in???

Interestingly, there is a test that can tell you EXACTLY what nutrients you are deficient in. It can tell you about whether you are metabolizing carbohydrates well, if you are deficient in essential fatty acids.

It can even tell you what amino acids you are missing and whether you have enough Vitamin b 12, Vitamin C and lots, lots more.

This great test is called The Organix Profile and is done on a single urine specimen done right in your home.

It can also help to find out other reasons why you might be tired, like:

* Overgrowth of Yeast in the Intestinal Tract
* Inability to Detoxify Substances
* A poor ratio of good to bad bacteria in the intestines

And a lot more.

Patricia, finding out that you have Vitamin D deficiency is a good start, but it really sounds like you are getting a warning sign that you just haven't been taking care of yourself and that you need to start making some changes to get well and stay well. Are you ready to start getting well?

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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

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