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This Single Nutrient Deficiency Affects 1 Out of Every 2 Women, Leading to Faster Aging, Pre-Dementia, Mood Swings, and Pelvic Floor Weakness… Are You One of Them?

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Unmasking the Silent Thief of Youth and Energy in Women

The elusive "Fountain of Youth" is a tantalizing concept all women dream of. 

We’ve all had those moments, looking in the mirror, wondering if there was a potion that could promise enduring youthfulness and grace just waiting to be found.

Scientists have scoured the Earth for natural age-defying wonders — supple skin, an agile mind, boundless energy.

They've come full circle back to a well-known friend: Vitamin D.

It's often called the 'sunshine vitamin' because it's what our bodies naturally produce when we bask in the sun's rays.[1]

But here's the stark reality:

Despite the fortification of many processed foods with vitamin D, a staggering number of women are still falling short.

According to government estimates, a whopping 97% of women do not meet the estimated average requirement (EAR) of vitamin D from food and beverages alone.

This means that almost one in every two women is deficient in this essential nutrient.[2]

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Each one of our sisters, friends, or colleagues might be aging ahead of her time, without even knowing she is deficient in Vitamin D.

We shouldn't let that be our story, should we?

For women, especially those transitioning through perimenopause and menopause, this deficiency could mean additional challenges like: vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood swings, (lower back pain, hair loss) and brittle bones.

The Vitamin D Deficiency Epidemic

Vitamin D is often hailed as a super nutrient and the best-kept secret for helping women stay young.

However, in recent years, women have been facing a silent epidemic: Vitamin D Deficiency.

It's a puzzle that has lingered in my mind for quite some time.

Despite Vitamin D's numerous benefits, many women are constantly coming up short.

Let's unravel the reasons behind this all-too-common shortfall.

Sun Protection Habits: SPF-rich sunscreens might be protecting your skin, but it is important to think about how they might be impacting the body’s Vitamin D creation.[3]

Age-Related Factors: Especially if you're 50 or older, the odds of a Vitamin D Deficiency increase with each passing year.[4]

Health and Surgical Factors: Ongoing health issues, especially those affecting fat absorption, or surgeries like gastric bypass can play a role in Vitamin D production.[5]

Weight Considerations: Carrying extra weight can have an effect.[6]

Indoor Preferences: Spending a lot of time indoors, or having a deeper skin complexion can all be factors.[7]

Environmental Factors: Living in areas with little sunlight and frequent indoor activities can especially affect those with richer skin tones.[8]

Lifestyle Choices: Desk jobs, wearing covering clothing, or a preference for indoor activities can influence your vitamin D levels.[9]

Remember, this deficiency is more than just a number on a page. It's an unseen foe that saps your energy, robs you of your vitality and speeds up the aging process.

Common Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency

Most women grappling with chronic diseases are silently waging another battle: a deficiency in vitamin D, a nutrient essential for myriad bodily functions.

You see, you have vitamin D receptors all over your body — in the small intestine, large intestine, T and B lymphocytes, brain, mononuclear cells, and skin.

Vitamin D can have a strong potential influence within your body, akin to a master conductor ensuring every section of an orchestra resonates in harmony.

Vitamin D is also crucial for insulin production, immune function, bowel function. It even affects your hormones, brain, and heart muscle.[10]

Why is Vitamin D so indispensable, especially as you age? Because when you're deficient, a range of symptoms can manifest like...

Brain Aging

Brain Aging

Leading to brain fog, atrophy, and forgetfulness.[11]

Breast Abnormalities

Breast Abnormalities

Scientists believe vitamin D plays a role in breast cell growth.[12]

Hormone Imbalance

Hormone Imbalance

Disrupting your body's natural harmony.[13]

Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal Dryness

Affecting your intimate moments.[14]

Insomnia

Insomnia

Turning peaceful nights elusive.[15]

Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Fatigue

Draining your daily vitality.[16]

Weakened Immune Response

Weakened Immune Response

Making infections frequent.[17]

Fragile Bones

Fragile Bones

Affecting the quality of your life.[18]

Deep Backaches

Deep Backaches

Interrupting your well-being.[19]

Mood Swings

Mood Swings

Diminishing your inner joy.[20]

Muscle Soreness

Muscle Soreness

Limiting your active lifestyle.[21]

Hair Loss

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Diminishing your radiant confidence.[22]

The emerging global vitamin D deficiency crisis is not just worrisome, but downright alarming.

It's a reality too significant to ignore, given the pivotal role of vitamin D in our health.

Why You Probably Aren’t Getting Enough Vitamin D

Here’s the thing. Other than processed foods that are fortified with vitamin D, there aren’t a whole lot of foods that are packed with vitamin D.

Sure, there’s cod liver oil, sardines, and beef liver, but most of us don’t regularly pile our plates sky-high with any of these foods.

So that brings us to the other way we get vitamin D — the sun.

When the sun hits your skin, an organic compound called 7-dehydrocholesterol absorbs UV B radiation and then it is converted to previtamin D3 which in turn isomerizes into vitamin D3[23]

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This process is your body’s primary source of vitamin D, but it can also spell serious danger for you. 

Why? 

Because even short amounts of sun time can put you at risk for exposure to UV radiation, which damages your skin. 

UV radiation is considered a carcinogen, meaning it causes skin cancer.[24]

Here’s the other problem with vitamin D synthesis from sun exposure…

Most of us don’t get outside enough even to trigger the synthesis process because we’re inside so much.

Then there’s the matter of cloudy days during the winter that don’t bring enough UV-B rays you need to make vitamin D.

Supplementation is undoubtedly the solution, but here's the catch: Your vitamin D levels might be coming up short, failing to provide the health benefits you need. And this shortfall has a compelling explanation.

The Vitamin D Showdown: D2 vs. D3

As a specialist in women's health who has worked with over 20,000 women in my clinic in NYC, I've uncovered a concerning truth about many vitamin D supplements on the market today.

If you're taking vitamin D, it's vital to understand this…there are two kinds of vitamin D: D2 and D3.

The two basic types of vitamin D are D3 (cholecalciferol) and D2 (ergocalciferol).

D3 is the type that is made in your body and found in certain foods.

It is considered a much more “active” form of vitamin D, meaning your body can use it better and it actually contributes to raising the levels of vitamin D found in your body.

But a lot of the manufacturers out there cut corners and fill their supplements with the far less superior D2, because it’s less expensive to manufacture.

D2 simply isn’t as effective at raising your vitamin D blood levels as D3. And isn’t that the point of taking a vitamin D supplement?

When choosing a Vitamin D supplement, it's vital to know which form of the vitamin you're taking.

For women seeking optimal benefits, Vitamin D3 is often considered the gold standard, especially when combined with Vitamins K1 and K2.

The Vitamin K Problem

Did you know that consuming vitamin D without vitamin K can put you at risk for increasing calcium in your blood?[25]

Yep, vitamins D and K are both fat-soluble vitamins that play a central role in how your body metabolizes calcium. Vitamin D promotes the production of vitamin K-dependent proteins, which require vitamin K for carboxylation.

That means that when you supplement with vitamin D without the addition of vitamin K… calcium can build up in your blood and potentially increase your blood pressure. Yikes![26]

Vitamin K is diverse, a cluster of compounds deeply interwoven with our health since the 20th century.

Vitamin K1 (Phylloquinone): The Green Goddess

Sitting prominently in leafy greens, K1 dominates the vitamin K spectrum for many women:

Blood Clotting: Supports normal clotting processes.

Antioxidant Action: A potential shield against early aging signs.

Brain Boost: Plays a role in cognitive support.

Nerve Cell Care: Supports neuronal health.

Inflammation Defender: Known for its anti-inflammatory-like effects.

Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone): The Fermented Charm

Found in fermented delights and specific meats, K2 also owes its existence to our gut bacteria. Its benefits extend to:

Heart Health: Ensures proper calcium utilization, potentially guarding arteries.

Bone Health: Promotes calcium absorption, fortifying bones.

Brain Health: May support cognitive health with aging.

If you're interested in vitamin D3 and all of its anti-aging and women’s health benefits (and who wouldn't be?), allow me to introduce you to our groundbreaking vitamin D3 supplement: Vitamin D Protect Plus for Women Over 40.

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So what’s a woman to do if she wants to make sure she’s getting enough vitamin D for her breasts and her bones…but NOT compromise her skin or increase her risk for heart disease?

Supplement with a high-quality vitamin D3/K1/K2 supplement, of course.

But where do you find one of those?

Let me tell you a quick story about that.

A few years ago, I was deep in the throes of a severe vitamin D deficiency. I was feeling out of sorts, tired all the time, emotional, anxious…it was not fun.

My doctor ran a bunch of tests and finally came to the conclusion that I was deficient in vitamin D. Now, with what I knew about vitamin D supplements, I went on a hunt for the best vitamin D3 supplement I could find that also had K1 and K2 in it.

And I couldn’t find one.

Eventually, I made my own!

And here we are >> Introducing the all-new Rootganic Vitamin D Protect formula.

A blend of bioavailable and active D3, plus K1 and K2.

It’s the highest-quality, most potent combination of vitamin D + K on the planet.

And I’m so proud to bring it to you.

Our conception of Vitamin D Protect wasn't just about health.

It's a pledge, a beacon of hope, guiding women towards renewed vitality.

We've pushed boundaries, not just stopping at vitamin D3 but introducing the essentials of vitamins K1 and K2—creating a trio to optimize your health.

Advantages of Total Fem Vitamin D Protect-5,000:

Vitamin D Protect is more than just a supplement; it's a daily dose of sunshine, tailored to support and bolster your health from within.

Formulated with the finest ingredients, our product ensures optimal Vitamin D levels for women, especially those above 40.

Not only is it enriched with the superior form of Vitamin D3, but it is also synergistically paired with Vitamins K1 and K2 to amplify potential health benefits.

Vitamin D Protect is proudly manufactured with the highest standards and certifications, Vitamin D Protect promises purity, potency, and quality in every capsule.

Embrace the essence of holistic well-being and let Vitamin D Protect set you apart on your health journey with its many benefits.

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Crafted with vitamin D3, a superior and more readily assimilated variant compared to vitamin D2

Contains K1 and K2 for anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects*

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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