You Need to Take More of This

Is your body begging you for vitamin D? Find out the 7 signs of vitamin D deficiency and how to ensure you get enough of this crucial vitamin.

0:00 Introduction: Top signs you're deficient in vitamin D
1:03 Vitamin D testing explained
1:54 Benefits of vitamin D
2:00 Causes of low vitamin D
2:28 Vitamin D dosage
2:55 Important vitamin D cofactors
3:18 Prevent vitamin D toxicity

Daily dosing of vitamin D is crucial.

Here are the top symptoms of vitamin D deficiency:
1. High blood pressure
2. Lowered mood
3. Inflammation
4. Weak immune system
5. Sleep problems
6. Skin issues
7. Low back pain or muscle pain

Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins for overall health. It’s essential to make sure you’re getting enough. Unless you’re taking vitamin D or are getting plenty of sunshine every 24 hours—you’re likely vitamin D deficient.

We also have to consider the factors that hinder vitamin D levels, such as:
• Obesity
• Insulin resistance
• Diabetes
• Lack of sun exposure
• Lack of vitamin D in the diet
• Aging

Consider taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 daily. If you’re worried about vitamin D toxicity, keep in mind that if you go out in the sun for only 30 to 45 minutes, you’re getting about 20,000 IU of vitamin D, so 10,000 IU is not much for your body to handle.

You should also get plenty of magnesium, zinc, vitamin K2, and boron when you take vitamin D.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 59, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients, so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose, and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! Do you have any of these vitamin D deficiency symptoms? Follow these tips, and I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @danielmcgregor8803 says:

    You’re a Godsend doc.

  • @ChimmyChooChoo says:

    Dr. Berg, a lot of health insurance companies are no longer paying for vitamin D level tests for children. They’ll pay for non-sexually active teens to get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea but not D. We gladly paid for the test out of pocket. Vitamin D has been a staple in our household since our kids were toddlers. Thanks for the information.

    • @ArohaStill says:

      In Canada too, it’s not covered by our system under regular blood testing or lab requests you have to pay 50 dollars for it.

    • @sukhvindergrewal5697 says:

      It’s 65 $ in BC Canada u have to pay

    • @galwaygirl22 says:

      It’s not a test that’s ever carried out in UK or Ireland unless begged for even then 🤷

    • @nicholasdavino9139 says:

      Yes and I have to pay extra for the vitamin test . 😮

    • @SicSemperTyrannis777 says:

      That’s because doctors no longer care about your health. Everything has become that 1/4 bag of chips you get at the grocery store for double the price. Doctors have to go through anatomy class to graduate, most all refuse to admit the difference between a man and a woman.
      I’m no doctor nor am I a biologist. I’m just a hillbilly who loves his wife and despises stupidity. I thought everyone knew that women have one more rib than a man. 🤷‍♂️

  • @nononoaaaargh says:

    Vitamin D is Vitamin ME!!!

  • @everydazetuesday says:

    good timing. i was recently told by a doc that my 10000iu per day was toxic. scarey doctor😮
    i stopped…. by day 4 i had recurrances of certain skin problem and another problem or 2…. day 5 10000iu…. and day 6, everything was normal again.

    • @prettyboy311 says:

      good luck 🤞🍀

    • @rng81 says:

      Time to change the doctor. If you can actually find a good one these days, i can’t. Studies show that D3 starts having sideeffects when you take at least 40.000 IE per day, who does that?

    • @dakoderii4221 says:

      They also give out D2 instead of D3, and without any K2. If they also give magnesium, they will give you magnesium oxide, which doesn’t absorb. This is “evidence” natural health isn’t very effective. Time to pull out the drugs! It’s science! 🤦‍♂

    • @truthseeker1959 says:

      @@dakoderii4221Why D2?

    • @carla89cc says:

      Doctors have no training in nutrition. They even told me they know nothing about vitamins! They won’t test for Vit D levels in Canada. They only push pills for Big Pharma!

  • @lstnlne7399 says:

    thanks been watching your channel for a decade great
    information and teaching style
    registered nurse 68 yrs old trying to stay healthy 😊

  • @fidelcatsro6948 says:

    Dr Berg notes for you!

    Here are the top symptoms of vitamin D deficiency:
    1. High blood pressure
    2. Lowered mood
    3. Inflammation
    4. Weak immune system
    5. Sleep problems
    6. Skin issues
    7. Low back pain or muscle pain

    Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins for overall health. It’s essential to make sure you’re getting enough. Unless you’re taking vitamin D or are getting plenty of sunshine every 24 hours—you’re likely vitamin D deficient.

    We also have to consider the factors that hinder vitamin D levels, such as:
    • Obesity
    • Insulin resistance
    • Diabetes
    • Lack of sun exposure
    • Lack of vitamin D in the diet
    • Aging

    Consider taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 daily. If you’re worried about vitamin D toxicity, keep in mind that if you go out in the sun for only 30 to 45 minutes, you’re getting about 20,000 IU of vitamin D, so 10,000 IU is not much for your body to handle.

    You should also get plenty of magnesium, zinc, vitamin K2, and boron when you take vitamin D.

    Thank you Dr Berg!
    😺👍

  • @user-yd3et5er9j says:

    Taking all the stuff he mentioned + 30K vit D, daily…..no side effects, I just keep getter better

    • @Globetrotter-1 says:

      I take zero vitamin D supplements. Zero 💊 side affects. 😂

    • @sabrinapittsley2304 says:

      @@Globetrotter-1depends on age and gender. Women through menopause definitely need it, which my doctor never recommended and now have osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. And as you’re older, you start losing just about everything. lol😮

    • @yosefvargasx says:

      What kind

    • @thierryh.5963 says:

      ​@Globetrotter-1 do you live ina cave ?

    • @bonwrentaylor2743 says:

      @@Globetrotter-1 Yet !! The side affects of not supplementing will come in time and definitely as you age ……that’s when your smugness will diminish too, by the way !

  • @Mirzaid12345 says:

    I m from kashmir and I absolutely adore you and love you dr Eric berg

  • @rng81 says:

    4,5 years now since the last time i have been sick. Been taking 10.000 IE D3 with K2 every day since then. My parents too. It just works and is so cheap.

  • @advex4428 says:

    I remember very well, when people started to figure out that you should have enough K2 with D.
    A few years later Mg followed. Now we have Boron on the list.
    In 20 years it may be practically every vitamin and mineral.

  • @soldieroftoughlove7635 says:

    your body is begging for..SUNSHINE,you know that ball of life giving energy unavoidable unless youre scared of it.

  • @waltershoults8803 says:

    Dr Berg , it straightened out my whole being , sleep , mood , back pain and just poor sleep altogether, after 5,000 units of D 3 and now I’m right back on top again. Thx doc I owe it all to you 🙏🎯👀🌎🥰

  • @Daner949 says:

    It’s amazing how companies will not fun studies and vitamin D.
    It would be a huge financial loss for these companies if everyone healed themselves with vitamin D! Thank you, Dr. Berg!

    • @SpamMouse says:

      Because they can not patent Vitamin-D.

    • @1Bonnie777 says:

      That is very true. The government won’t fund it either. Anything that is the truth, they won’t fund it. Neither will they fund scientists who can prove the earth is flat. Neither will they fund scientists who can prove there is no such thing as evolution. True! You aren’t allowed to prove anything that goes against their agenda.

  • @stephaniephouotrides2435 says:

    I’m in the sun 8 hours per day and have never felt better. I supplement w vit D during fall and winter when we get more cloud cover. Dr B is spot on, as always

  • @merymoor says:

    I stopped taking my Vitemin D3 for 2 weeks on a very S****d advice of D toxicity after blood test, I’m back to annoying paintful issues that are mentioned here. Every single issue that you don’t need. I will start taking D3 this time with magnisium and k2. Thank you Dr. Berg❤

    • @45graham45 says:

      What is S***d advice?

    • @merymoor says:

      having or showing a great lack of intelligence or common sense.

    • @allison471 says:

      Vitamin D toxicity is extremely rare and no reports of truly ever happening I believe 1 and it was a Dr. experimenting on himself …

    • @speshwemmick6225 says:

      @@merymoor 😂😂👍🏼 Always listen to your body I say. No one knows it better than you. I refused to take statins and went for D3, Magnesium and K2 supplementation. Doctor no longer pestering me over them as my cholesterol levels are perfect! Bonus is that arthritis in my knee joints has improved immensely and I have more energy!!!!! I wish you optimum health friend!

  • @jozefien1702 says:

    Don’t forget to take your magnesium when you take vitamin D people very important. Because vitamin D needs magnesium to get activated and lots of people are low in magnesium to because our soil is depleted and our food does not contain high amounts of it anymore. Took a good form of magnesium not oxide that is poorly absorbed.

  • @robertspencer5219 says:

    I’ve been taking at least 100,000 IU for the past 4 years with no issues. I’ve been feeling much better. Recently started increasing my iodine/iodide as well with Lugols.

  • @auntieanne-wr9oh says:

    Whoever reads this., I pray for you to cure all your diseases and to remove all your pains from your daily life. 🙏🙏🙏

  • @Boyhowdy875 says:

    I had a very bad doctor tell me not to take vitamin D and that it is only for people who are in nursing homes. This advice was given without even testing me for my vitamin D level. Needless to say I do not see that doctor anymore.

  • @michaelibk418 says:

    More than 12 Million subscribers and you still get an answer, thank you very much. That is not standard on youtube.

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