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Check Your Vitamin D Levels to Break Through Your Weight Loss Plateau

By the way, you’re now looking at my 9th email in this series. You already know a lot about busting plateaus, but how about this:

There are 10 more still to come.

10 more new habits or strategies for you to try out. Who knows, maybe today’s suggestion might crush down the wall that blocks you from the ultimate body you’ve always dreamed about.

Anyway, check this one out…

Plateau Buster #7

Check Your Vitamin D Levels

Did you know that your body’s vitamin D levels have an effect on your weight loss results?

A 2013 study (1) shows evidence that there is a relationship between the “sunshine vitamin” and weight reduction. Is it possible that vitamin D deficiency is the reason for your weight-loss plateau?

Entirely. While it’s true that sun exposure triggers your body’s production of vitamin D, it’s a scientific fact that relying upon sun exposure only isn’t enough. From where you live, to smog and sunscreen usage, these all affect your body’s vitamin D production.

So in order to make sure that your vitamin D levels are OK, your best bet is to ask for a 25-hydroxyvitamin D test from your physician, which shows whether you’re in need of vitamin D supplements or not.

Oh, yeah, I said supplements because vitamin D is contained in very few foods naturally. Fatty fish such as salmon or tuna, and fish liver oils are among the best when it comes to naturally supplementing yourself. Small amounts of vitamin D are present in beef liver, egg yolks or cheese. However, I still recommend dietary supplements.

See you next time.

Your friend in fitness,

Mark Patrick

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Reference
1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3705328/