Vitamin D deficiency in your pregnancy

Vitamin D deficiency in your pregnancy

                                             Deficiency in your

Brought to U....    and

My memories
Vitamin D deficiency in your pregnancy
Posted in 2015
At this time, 40-60% of the entire U.S. population is vitamin D deficient, including pregnant women. The reasons for this widespread deficiency are many, and to begin to unfold this issue you can start with understanding there is a very short list of foods that contain vitamin D.
These foods are egg yolk, salmon and cod liver oil, however, most vitamin D is consumed through fortified foods like milk. For the 75% of the population that is lactose intolerant, fortified milk products are not a reliable source of vitamin D consumption.
Additionally, many factors influence the body’s ability to make and absorb vitamin D. These factors include: where you live, the season, how much time you spend outdoors without sunscreen, skin pigmentation, age, obesity, pollution, and having healthy intestines with optimal absorption capacity. These factors come in to play because Vitamin D is actually a hormone and needs sunlight, in order for the body to manufacture it properly.
At this time, a large part of the U.S. population falls into one, or more, of these categories:
Uses sunscreen
Is a senior citizen (50+), so it is not surprising that vitamin D deficiencies have risen to such proportions.

Vitamin D is beneficial for your own personal health. Vitamin D now has extensive research supporting its role in immune function, healthy cell division and bone health. Vitamin D is necessary for the absorption and metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. Many studies are finding a connection between low serum vitamin D levels and an increased risk of certain types of cancers, autoimmune disease, neurological disease, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular disease.
Vitamin D invests in the well-being of your baby by supporting healthy bone development. Deficiency with vitamin D is also related to preeclampsia.
Your healthy food contain Vitamin D and Sun light also contain Vitamin D.
These are the safest methods to get Vitamin D. It will help the pregnant woman and unborn child to develop Bone Formation. It also avoid defective child birth of Legs or Hands or Skull or all other Bone Structure

My advise
1.     Vitamin D is very important to our health
2.     Lack of Vitamin D causes more than 3000 health problems out of which are diabetes, hypertension, heart problems, bone problems ..............
3....  If you wants to give birth to a healthy child than you must expose your body in sun light in morning or evening sunlight if a).you are Fair color...15 to 20 minutes     b.If you are dark color ..25 to 25 minutes   to avoid to protect your health and to avoid health problems particularly bone structure
4.      Vitamin D is available in your healthy food  also.  Eat healthy food

Brought to U by


Popular posts from this blog

Risk of Pregnancy if you suffer from Thyroid

Disabled persons in Japan