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VITAMIN D ISN’T ACTUALLY A VITAMIN
IT’S A STEROID HORMONE, MISTAKENLY NAMED AS A VITAMIN
This hormone D regulates more than 1,000 bodily functions, including everything you need to be successful as a man — like fertility, growth, hormone secretion, and sexual function.
Most of the testosterone in your body is bound to a protein, essentially rendering it useless. Vitamin D ‘unbinds’ this bound testosterone, freeing it up to move around the body and repair tissue, improve sexual function, help burn more fat, and do everything that testosterone does.
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TO HAVE OPTIMAL TESTOSTERONE LEVELS
YOU ALSO NEED OPTIMAL
VITAMIN D LEVELS!
The research on vitamin D and it’s importance for your testosterone levels is pretty conclusive:
25% HIGHER TESTOSTERONE
A study from the journal, Hormone and Metabolic Research found when healthy males supplement with vitamin D daily for an entire year, they had more than 25% higher testosterone levels than the placebo group.1
DECREASED RISK OF LEVELS FALLING WITH AGE
An eye-opening study from University Hospital Zurich, found older men who supplement with vitamin D are more likely to have healthy testosterone levels as they age. Having optimal testosterone levels supports bone health, and the study showed it decreased risk of falling. 2
A 1939 study from Dr. Abraham Myerson found getting vitamin D from sun exposure can have a huge benefit for your testosterone levels. The study showed that just 5 days of UV light exposure to the men’s chest area increased testosterone levels by a whopping 120%. When their testicles were exposed to it, there was a 200% increase.3
THE LESS SHBG THE MORE
A study published in the Oxford Journal, Clinical Endocrinology, found that men with optimal vitamin D levels had significantly higher testosterone levels and lower SHBG count, than men who had insufficient amounts of the vitamin in their blood serum. SHBG is a hormone that attaches to testosterone and basically makes it useless in the body. So the less SHBG you have and the more testosterone you have (which can be accomplished with vitamin D), the better off you’ll be. 4
“PLATEAU” OF VITAMIN D AND TESTOSTERONE BENEFITS
This study from Harvard School of Public Health found there can be a “plateau” of vitamin D and testosterone benefits (though like I said, most men are likely deficient in this important vitamin and don’t fall into this category). In the study, they tested 1362 male subjects, and the results show that vitamin D has a positive association with serum total and free testosterone levels. However, when the amount of vitamin D in serum goes above ~80 nmol/L (pretty much optimal), the increase in testosterone plateaus5
STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ON TOP OF ITS HUGE TESTOSTERONE-BOOSTING BENEFITS...
Vitamin D is also an important nutrient for improving immune system health. Having an optimal immune system is key for protecting your body against pathogens, like viruses and bacteria.
A study published in the Central European Journal of Immunology found vitamin D plays a critical role in promoting an optimal immune response. It has both anti-inflammatory and immunoregulatory properties that are necessary for activating the immune defense system.6
KEEPS YOUR IMMUNE
SYSTEM ON “HIGH ALERT”
Another study published in the journal, Immunology shows vitamin D increases T-cells that basically keep your immune system on “high alert” at all times to promote a quick immune response to foreign pathogens like invading viruses.7
VERY IMPORTANT FOR
A review from the Journal of Investigative Medicine found vitamin D is so important for immune function that if your vitamin D levels aren’t optimal (again, they likely are NOT) then you have an increased susceptibility to infection, disease, and immune related disorders.8
VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY HAS BEEN LINKED TO LUNG INFECTIONS
Vitamin D deficiency has been linked in studies to lung infections. If you’ve been following the evolving information about the COVID-19 pandemic, then you know having any kind of lung or immune issue can potentially make you more likely to be affected by the virus.9
WHAT ISN’T COVERED ABOVE BUT HAS TO BE TOUCHED ON D3 AND ITS EFFECTS ON MENTAL HEALTH
In this study, researchers found that subjects with depression found that vitamin D supplementation helped with their symptoms. This can be pushed even further with testosterone’s relationship to depression, and how it reduces symptoms.
In short, Man Vitamin D3 is a must supplement for men to take if they want to be performing optimally physically, mentally, and hormonally.
I’ve always loved vitamin D3, and the research shows just how vital supplementation with it is, especially in the winter when we typically get less sun, but the reality is, we get less sun now more than ever because of the sheer volume of time we spend indoors, where our skin isn’t allows to access Vitamin D from the sun. And, I’ve supplemented with it pretty consistently over the past decade or so.
However, when it comes to Vitamin D supplementation, I don’t like including it with other supplements in a supplement blend because dosage is important. Sometimes you need 2,000 IU’s, other times 4,000, and other times up to 8,000.
Liquid seems to absorb better than the powder form of the supplement, which is why we use gel caps. When you get it in drop form, however, it’s harder to determine how much you’re actually consuming, again,
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