Can Supplementing With Vitamin D and Iron Help With Anemia?
When a study found a link between vitamin D deficiency and anemia in women, doctors started recommending vitamin D supplements along with iron to prevent and treat the problem.
The problem is that everyone's biochemistry is different and the body responds to supplements either positively or negatively–so the vitamin D recommended by that doctor could either help your health improve or cause further damage depending on various factors such as nutrient mineral interactions and how the nutrient is being utilized.
Watch this video from one of Dr. Robert Selig's workshops as he explains how patients with LOW POTASSIUM that take vitamin D for anemia actually end up WORSE.
Improving Anemia Is Not As Simple As Taking Supplements
When most people think of anemia, they think of the iron part of the equation, but it is important to note that iron goes hand-in-hand with copper–so you must look at BOTH mineral levels to target the problem.
Not only that, but then you must look at the nutrient pathways to make sure they are not blocked.
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The healing process can take time, effort, self-discipline, sacrifice, and being uncomfortable, but when all of the pieces are in place, you WILL see results.
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