Mar. 18.

Vitamin D and Flu Prevention

The medical community is quick to encourage adults and children to take the flu vaccine every year to prevent catching the influenza. However, it does not guarantee the prevention of the flu. In fact, many people had caught the flu or got very ill after receiving the flu vaccine. This vaccine contains poisons that can cause serious injury or an adverse reaction. There are alternative methods that work well without contaminating your body.

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Vitamin D is one of them. This vitamin has been ignored for too long by the medical community. They are now catching on how very beneficial this vitamin is in preventing diseases and depression. Many people do not know there is a connection between vitamin D deficiency and influenza. Vitamin D and flu prevention must be taken seriously in order to keep people healthy. Most people get their vitamin D from the sun, foods, and supplements. The sufficient amount of vitamin D that people need from the sun will vary, depending on the amount of time they spend in it, the pigmentation of their skin, and how much they weigh.

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Doctors recommend that we get 15 minutes or more of sunlight daily. Fifteen minutes are great for fair-skinned people, but not good for people with darker skin pigmentations. They need more sun exposure or supplements from whole food sources to get the sufficient amount of vitamin D, especially for those who live up North.

You can get tested to see if you are deficient in vitamin D. A doctor or nutritionist will recommend your daily intake based on your  results. When taking an adequate amount of this vitamin,  the flu will be kept at bay. Vitamin D is the best kind of flu prevention and not the flu vaccine.

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