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vitamin D3 level for weight/fat loss

vitamin d3

Many people are deficient in Vitamin D3 and don’t even know when they are prone to weight gain and pre diabetic. Most of them don’t know about vitamins which are essential for strengthening the immune system, weight and fat loss.

Vitamin D3 is an essential nutrient for the body that plays a critical role in maintaining overall health and Wellness. When it comes to fat loss, maintaining optimal levels of this vitamin is crucial, as it can help to support the body’s metabolism and energy production which can ultimately lead to weight loss. In this article we will explode the correct level of Vitamin D3 for fat loss and how to support weight management.

vitamin d3

Vitamin D3 and fat loss; – It is also known as cholecalciferol, is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally produced by the body, when the skin is exposed to sunlight. It can also obtain from certain foods such as fatty fish, egg yolks and dairy products. It is essential for the body as it helps to regulate calcium and phosphorus absorption, which is critical for the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. However, It plays a crucial role in metabolism and energy production which can support fat loss.

Research has shown that maintaining optimal levels of Vitamin D3 can help to promote weight loss and reduce body fat. A study published in the journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism found that people who supplemented with Vitamin D3 and followed a reduced calorie diet lost more weight than those who followed the same diet but did not supplement with Vitamin D3. The study also found that supplements decrease in abdominal fat, which is significant risk factor for chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

The correct level of Vitamin D3 for fat loss can Vary depending on individual factors such as age, sex and overall health status. However, the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for Vitamin D3 for adults is 600 to 800 IU per day. It is essential to note that, it is a fat-soluble vitamin, meaning it can build up in the body if consumed in excess, leading to toxicity. Therefore, it is recommended to obtain healthy level through a combination of Sunlight exposure and dietary sources.

we can also speak with a Health Care provider before starting any supplementation.

The following deplete vitamin D3 in the body; –

– Carbonated drinks, soft drinks

– Smoking

– Over consumption (more than 2 to 3 cups) of tea and coffee per day

– Over usage of laxatives and diuretics

– Cholesterol lowering medicines

– Over consumption of junk foods

– Lack of exercise

– Deficiency in calcium level

Now, clinical studies show that Vitamin D3 deficiency may cause four of the most common cancers; 

– Breast cancer

– Prostate cancer

– Colonic cancer

– Skin cancer

Good sources ; – 


– Brussels

– Sprouts

– Sprouted moong

– Fish

– Egg yolks

– Low fat dairy product

– Chicken

– Exposure to sunlight.

You must check your Vitamins level every 6 months. Don’t just make sure it reaches the lowest level, rather try to make sure it gets closer to the higher range of your lab test. 

Dr.Hetal Patel


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