Vitamin D and Kidney Disease (Short)

What should your blood test vitamin D level be so you can get the ideal optimum full body and kidney support? That’s what this video’s about. Make sure to subscribe to our channel if you’re new. Now, if you have chronic kidney disease, 80% of people are deficient in vitamin D, so you get a need to take D three and over the counter vitamin D supplement.

And when you correct out deficiency, you have tremendous benefits now on your blood. 30 is the cutoff, 30 nanograms per milliliter. So 30 is what you’re looking at. Anything below 30 is deficient above 30, you’re. Now that range can go all the way up to a hundred. So you want to try to get your vitamin D level around the 50 to range even 60 and 65 can be okay according to a lot of the research that’s come out now.

That’s where you get the ideal kidney benefits. It’s so many good things happen for your body, so try to get to those levels.A large percentage of Americans are deficient in an important vitamin, vitamin D. Upwards of one-half of Americans of all ages have low levels of vitamin D.

A lot of research and studies show how important vitamin D is to the body, especially the strength of bones. In addition to maintaining healthy bones, newer research determines that vitamin D may also protect against heart disease. In fact, people with the lowest vitamin D levels had a 40% higher risk of cardiovascular disease in one study. So how is vitamin D connected to the kidneys and chronic kidney disease? The kidneys play an important role in helping the body utilize vitamin D. Vitamin D comes from two sources in people. It could either be exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet B radiation. Or, it is absorbed from food or food supplements.