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Getting Sun Simply Isn't Enough

You know that your immune system is responsible for fighting off any infections your body may encounter. You want to make sure that your immune system works as well as it possibly can. The good news is, there is plenty you can do to boost your immunity.

Studies published in the Journal of Investigative Medicine demonstrated that people with low levels of Vitamin D have a greater risk of getting autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Without enough Vitamin D, your body’s immune system just isn’t as capable of fighting off infections.

Vitamin D and COVID-19

When it comes to COVID-19, there is a relationship between low levels of Vitamin D and increased rates of death due to the virus. Living in Minnesota, we simply do not get enough Vitamin D. You should have 60 nanograms per milliliter present in the body at all times. Most people here have about 15, to give you an idea of the level of deficiency you may have.

Find Out If You Need More Vitamin D

Did you know that we do Vitamin D testing on-site at Parkview Chiropractic Clinic? You can come in for a test and find out what your level is. If it’s low, we’ll tell you what to take to get your numbers up to where they should be, giving your immune system a little more of what it needs.

Be Blessed,

Dr. William Kriva and the Parkview Chiropractic Clinic Team

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