#1 VITAMIN D Danger You Must Be Aware Of | Dr. Mandell

Many people are taking Vitamin D and there Vitamin D levels continue to stay low. The main reason is low Magnesium.
Without magnesium present, Vitamin D is stored in the body and not used. The body depends on magnesium to convert Vitamin D into its active form within the body. Magnesium also helps Vitamin D bind to its target proteins, as well as helping the liver and the kidneys to metabolize Vitamin D

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  • RedDog says:

    Happy Sunday everyone. Dr Mandell I am thankful for you and all the information you share with us. God bless you and everyone else. I have so much respect for you. You are a amazing person.

    • motivationaldoc says:

      Thank you my friend wishing you and your family many blessings. 😊🙏

    • Rosemary Brewington says:

      I completely agree with you ❤️

    • SILVER PRO says:

      @motivationaldoc Hey Doc i am vitamin d Deficient and try to take vitamin d but everytime i do it speeds up my heart and i have no heart problems so i am wondering maybe it is something with the vitamin d.

    • Scott Schlemmer says:

      Agreed. There is legit and there is fake. This man is legit to the hilt and he isn’t greedy, doesn’t sell snake oil, subscriptions or tee shirts. just information that can be easily correlated if you look it up.

    • ajitha unnikrishnan says:

      ​@motivationaldocI have a doubt Dr..magnesium tablet daily v hv to take

  • Lucky 🍀 Chucky says:

    Thank you for being so amazing Doctor! God bless! ❤

  • Sharon Scott says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you Dr Mandel for all of your important information.
    God bless you for all the hard work you are doing to help us stay healthy.

  • Paulus Tarsus says:

    I was unwell some time ago (back problem), and was bedridden for a month. Depression set in as I lay in the dark bedroom with no will to live. A subsequent blood test revealed a complete deficiency in the D vitamin (all from being ‘in the dark’). Needless to say, once a course of D3 was introduced my mood improved. Pity it didn’t repair my back but who am I to complain? D3 Rules.

    • “JCX says:

      The sun uplifts your mood as it stimulates things like melatonin in your brain and that helps you get better sleep at night. Take the D3 but try to get out in the sun for at least 30 minutes or more, no sunscreen or sunglasses as all that repels the benefits of sun. I make it a point to go outside everyday when the sun is out it really helps the overall health and mood.

  • Veez_ Vee says:

    I have absolutely zero respect for doctors now. But you Sir are the exception to my rule 💜

  • Skeptical Caveman says:

    Vitamin D3 and magnesium is not enough, you also need vitamin K2 (not K1) to store the calcium into the bones. K2 removes calcium from the blood into the bones, therefore K2 is very important for cardiovascular health.

  • denise butcher says:

    I have been on slow mag since I started high blood pressure medication per my little county doctor God rest his soul. Thank you for sharing this information with us ❤

  • Shadow Moon says:

    One of the very few doctors I trust.

  • billybatson22 says:

    You would be hard pressed to find a better channel on YouTube. This man has done so much for us all. Thank you Doc!

  • Apache says:

    I love listening to you Dr Mandell, you are an important wealth of health information for which I am sincerely grateful. Blessings to you ❤

  • Lynn Schmidt says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell for this information I actually did not know. Blessings to you and your family and everyone. Amen.

  • David L Hamilton says:

    Over the past few years, I’ve been following your guidance . All my health issues are reversed. I received a perfect health report from my doctor. Except to cut back on my vitamin D.

  • “JCX says:

    Yes my doctor prescribed D3 and Magnesium when i was severely deficient. But we also need to add K2 and Zinc for good absorption. Vitamins work in synergy with other vitamins so its good to know what is needed to get the most out of your vitamin intake because you might end up otherwise just having an expensive urine. 😊

  • User-Ctdr2 says:

    Thanks Dr Mandell for the comprehensive information of Mg + Vit D including the daily intake recommendation. Happy Sunday everyone!

  • JOHN LAROCCO says:

    Blessing to you Dr. Mandell for this video and highlighting the critical need for magnesium in the diet to activate D3 and other functions. No more cramps in my calf after soaking my feet in magnesium flakes or fluid regularly.

  • kckgirl78 says:

    I’m so grateful you share what you know, Dr Mandell. God bless you! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  • M. S says:

    Thank you. My brother, an internal medicine and wellness doc, just added Magnesium to my supplements. There are doctors devoted to health and others devoted to their bank account. Health doctors, like you and my brother, are angels on this earth.

    • wally says:

      so why did it take him so long to add it to your supplements, did he just graduate and get his medical license? Why didn’t he tell you this many years ago, this is not new news or research info.

  • Pam N. says:

    Excellent guidance and information. Dr. imparts and educates with a refreshing and enormously helpful clarity. Allows for we “lay persons” non-medical professionals, to understand. Thank you.

  • Vicki West says:

    That was very helpful! As a 65 year old woman my calcium levels have started dropping. I had stopped my magnesium and vitamin D due to expense, but recently purchased them because I was having leg cramping. Thanks so much for the reinforcement!

  • Nora Connelly says:

    I recently learned that I have autoimmune disease and my vit D level was at 16. I immediately started learning everything I could about vit D and appropriate levels. The doc says 60 but I learned it should be more around 100. I also learned how important it is to our immune health. However, I did not know that I needed to combine it with magnesium in order for my body to absorb it properly and I can say that I have symptoms of low magnesium so I will start to incorporate it with food and supplements. I turn 50 this year and let me tell you, so far, getting older is not so fun!! Is there a resource that you can recommend where I can find thorough information on these topics?
    Thank you for all you do here on youtube. I follow you and along with the good info, you have me laughing or smiling.
    Take care & God bless!

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