1 in 2 Americans are deficient

Plus the top 6 consequences of running low
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 Zero-Hassle Returns

More than 50% of all Americans are Vitamin D deficient…
And about 70% of all elderly Americans are deficient.
But how big a deal is this?
Let's see what science has to say…
Top 6 Consequences of a Vitamin D Deficiency
#1 Your immune system powers down.
Many people equate Vitamin D with immune health… And the science confirms it:
A Finnish study found that people with low D have a 2.5x harder time avoiding whatever's going around.(1)
#2 Your fatigue gets "coffee-resistant".
Recent data collected from 200 nurses shows a strong connection between sluggishness and a D deficiency.(2)
#3 You're more likely to get the blues.
Numerous studies have linked low D with dissatisfaction and depression.(3)
#4 Your heart could be in trouble.
Research from the American College of Cardiology shows a direct link between insufficient D and coronary challenges.(4)
#5 Your brain could be in trouble.
A 2014 study showed that older adults with low D have a greater risk of cognitive decline.(5)
#6 Your bones could be in trouble.
Vitamin D is required for your body to absorb calcium… And calcium is CRUCIAL for strong, healthy bones.
Without enough D, your skeleton can quickly become soft and brittle.
"Ok, Tina… Ok… I get that I need it daily…
"But Can't I Just Get Vitamin D From the Sun?"
If you live in the southern United States, and can get outside for 15-20 minutes every single day…
You can get a decent amount of the Vitamin D you need.
The average American spends 93% of their life indoors.
That's why more and more people choose to supplement… But as you may know:
Not all supplements are created equal.
Choose Wisely: Natural vs Synthetic Vitamin D
Many brands opt for synthetic nutrients, simply because it's more cost effective.
However, the production of synthetic nutrients is very different from how plants naturally create them.
That's why your body may react differently (and sometimes unfavorably) to synthetics.
When it comes to Vitamin D, not only is the synthetic form (D2) about 50% less potent…
A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that D2 actually reduced Vitamin D levels in the body...(6)
So as a rule, always opt for the natural (D3) form.
How Many "IU's" Is Best?
The daily dose for Vitamin D is listed as international units (or IU's).
If you shop for a D product, you'll see a wide range, averaging from 1,000 – 4,000 IU's…
But here's the thing:
If you're deficient in D (and 1 in 2 people are)...
A 2021 published study concluded you'll need 5,000 IU's daily.(7)
But… And this is a big, BIG "BUT"...
Even if you take as little as 500 IU's a day…
You should NEVER Take ANY Vitamin D Unless You Also Take THIS
In addition to being an immune all-star…
One of Vitamin D's most important jobs is to move calcium from your gut to your bones.
But without help from the "GPS nutrient" – Vitamin K2…
Vitamin D gets lost in your body.
Instead of delivering Calcium where it's needed (like your teeth and bones)...
It'll wander into places it doesn't belong (like your soft tissue and arteries)..
Meaning Calcium can quickly build up in places that are SUPER dangerous for your health.
Without K2, there can be dire consequences of taking Vitamin D by itself.
That's why, when it came time to make Just Thrive's long-awaited Vitamin D product…
Not only did we source the most bioavailable form of all-natural D3…
We made sure to pair it with the highest potency form of K2 (derived from non-GMO chickpeas)...
So you can feel confident you're getting the best in foundational immune, energy, bone, and heart support.
With gratitude,
Tina Anderson
Just Thrive | Founder
P.S. So many companies get it wrong when it comes to Vitamin D. Not only do they use useless synthetics, they forget to include the D's most important ally – Vitamin K2!
To protect yourself from ineffective (and harmful) supplements... And take control of your best health  
[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5541280/
[2] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26755458/
[3] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23636546/
[4] https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/03/140327100810.htm
[5] https://n.neurology.org/content/83/10/920
[6] https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/84/4/694/4633079
[7] https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/7/2170
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