When you walk outdoors, you are immediately exposed to the sunshine, allergens, and contagions. So what’s new, right?
Today, it’s more important than ever to keep your vitamin D levels high in your body to help fight colds, the flu, and all 17 variants of the Rona.
I have written many articles about the importance of vitamin D, but as we slide into the winter months (or are forced to remain indoors due to ill-advised lock-downs), you should add vitamin B3 niacin to your vitamin D to get more bang from your vitamin D buck.
Add B3 To Your Vitamin D
You will get more positive effects from taking vitamin D with 50-100 mg of pure B3 niacin at the same time because vitamin B3’s job is to dissolve fats and remove toxins that have coagulated within the fat in your body – this releases the vitamin D stored within your fat.
When vitamin D is absorbed through your skin from exposure to the sun or is introduced from food and supplements, it gets stored in your body’s fat cells where it remains inactive until it’s needed.
This is important because using a process called hydroxylation, your liver and kidneys turn the stored vitamin D into the active form that your body needs to fight viruses and allergens.
Better Absorbed With Meals
A fat-soluble vitamin means that it does not dissolve in water and is absorbed best in your bloodstream when paired with high-fat foods. So, it’s best to take vitamin D with a meal, or shortly after your meal, to enhance its absorption.
This is where B3 niacin comes into play …
B3 niacin has a big role in the regulation of fat and the toxins that deposit in your fat, especially in your liver and bloodstream.
Niacin has many health benefits because it increases your circulation, and this in turn, aides things like your sex drive and hair growth.
So now you can see that if vitamin D seeks protection while it waits in your fat cells to activate, and B3 niacin’s primary role is to enter your fat cells and detox them, you can see how supplementing with both vitamin D and B3 enhances their health benefits in the prevention of colds, the flu, and the Rona variants.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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