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No impairment in Fibromyalgia
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Tiffany,

No, there is no vitamin d 'impairment' in fibromyalgia. One researcher who understands how pervasive vitamin d deficiency is went to Hawaii and tested a healthy group of young people with a self reported weekly sun exposure of 20 HOURS per week- and they were deficient. This was NOT surprising to him and was exactly the confirmation that he was looking for to show that we need a LOT of vitamin D.

Also, a relative magnesium deficiency of much of the population is a likely cause of some of the epidemic of vitamin d deficiency. See my pages on:

Fibromyalgia and Magnesium


Magnesium and Vitamin D

So, I think that you are looking at this backwards. You don't have vitamin d deficiency because of fibromyalgia, you have fibromyalgia because of vitamin d deficiency.

There is a LOT that you can do for Fibromyalgia and you do not need to 'live with it'. Most people with Fibromyalgia have serious nutritional deficiencies, have multiple food allergies, have impaired ability to get rid of toxins and have severe adrenal fatigue. Address these and your symptoms are likely to improve dramatically...

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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