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The winter blues got you down? Vitamin D may be your answer. The only way we get Vitamin D is through sun exposure or supplementation. In the winter, we are not outside receiving the sun’s rays on our skin allowing us to produce Vitamin D in our bodies. Vitamin D is needed to create the hormonal cascade in our bodies, effecting all aspects of health.
According to the Vitamin D council, the below are some of the functions of the body that Vitamin D helps with:
As for seasonal depression, there are many receptors in your brain for Vitamin D and scientists are currently studying the link between depression and low levels of Vitamin D.
To create and maintain health, the Vitamin D Council recommends these daily minimums for Vitamin D supplementation:
Infants: 1000 IU/per day
Children: 1000 IU/per day per 25 lbs of body weight
Adults 5000 IU/per day