There are many ways in which to improve your heart health, and it is beneficial that you use as many of the techniques as possible to keep yourself healthy and thriving. One of the best tips for improved heart health involves a specific vitamin combined with regular exercise. What is this vitamin and what can it do for your heart health when it is combined with a great workout regimen? It is time to learn the facts.
- Many modern day medications can be superseded with the right exercise and high Vitamin D.
- Many studies have still not fully proven Vitamin D’s ability to lower cancer risk and provide a longer life span.
- The optimum level of Vitamin D in your blood should not exceed 20 nano grams per milliliter.
“Even though no one is quite sure yet if vitamin D can help combat so many conditions, scientists at Johns Hopkins University just released a study of the survey responses and records of over 10,000 Americans spanning almost 20 years. They looked at the way vitamin D levels and exercise amounts affect heart health, and found that there seems to be a direct relationship between the exercise and vitamin D that supersedes the health benefits of either factor by itself.”
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