Simply Nerdy Mom: Vitamin D3 Vegetarian-safe Capsules

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Vitamin D3 Vegetarian-safe Capsules




Our body needs Vitamin D and typically most of our Vitamin D comes from sun exposure (about 80% of it) or from foods like fish and dairy. A surprising number of people have a vitamin D deficiency and don't even realize it. I'm a stay at home/work from home mom who really doesn't get outside much because I'm so busy with the house, kids, and my work and I definitely don't consume enough dairy or fish (I just don't like the taste of seafood). I had the opportunity to try out these supplements and decided to give them a try. I noticed right away that I haven't been as tired feeling after taking them so that's definitely a plus. I remember when I was younger my parents use to tell me when I felt tired to go out and get some energy from the sun so maybe there's a bit of truth to Vitamin D giving you enough energy to keep you from feeling tired. I've read that they also can be taken to help with PMS as well as gum disease (which I suffer from). I can't really say that I've noticed any difference in either of those things since taking these supplements, though I am curious about those things from taking these pills long term.

In addition to keeping me from feeling so fatigued all the time, I've noticed an overall change in my mood. I'm generally in a much better mood than I was before taking them. That's possibly from not feeling so tired all the time.

From what I have read, Vitamin D is great for pregnant women as it cuts pre term pregnancy risks so that's a plus as well!




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