Vitamin D3 And Natural Back Pain Relief

One more benefit of Vitamin D3!

The “Sunshine Vitamin” reduces back pain.  At least, that is what we can determine from a study that said more than 80% of the people aged 15-52 were deficient in Vitamin D3.

If you turn that around, sounds to me like having sufficient Vitamin D3 helps keep you from having back pain.

Every time I read about Vitamin D3 it has another new benefit.  You name it, and this naturally great vitamin helps it.  Don’cha love it?

When sunshine hits your skin, it creates D3.  Isn’t that marvelous how your body knows exactly what you need?

Yet, people are told to slather on the sunscreen.  That prevents this natural event from happening.  🙁  In fact, it is possible that some of the ingredients in sunscreens may not be good for us.

So how can you get this important vitamin and boost your health and prevent back pain?

1.  From the sun.  Let sunshine hit as much of your bare skin as possible around the middle of the day.  About 15 minutes is the amount that seems to be sufficient and won’t cause a burn for most folks.

2.  From supplements.  Vitamin D3 tablets are cheap.  Most doctors recommend 1,000 units a day (read the label on the bottle.)  When you are out in the sun all day in the summer, your body naturally creates 25,000 units of D3.  So it seems like it would be pretty hard to take too much by mouth.

The reason to take D3 is because that is the form that your body generates naturally.  That is the best form of D.

Remember:  I am not a doctor and I don’t even play one on TV.  I am a reporter.  I share good news with you about how to relieve pain naturally.

You may be able to help relieve your back pain with Vitamin D3.  And, if you feel you need more help, I’d like to invite you to go to and check out my articles there.


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  1. On the topic of Vitamin D, the importance of vitamin D in the development of cancer was further confirmed by a 2009 study by Sylvia Chistakos, Ph.D., of the UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School. Her research, shown in The Journal of Biological Chemistry, showed that the active form of vitamin D induces the development of a protein that can inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells.

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