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A Simple Way to Get Stronger and Perform at a Higher Level

Being healthy and physically fit doesn’t have to be complicated. But it does require some attention to the scientific details. 

If you want to feel and perform well, you’ll need to optimize your vitamin D3 level. Studies have clearly shown that  vitamin D3 improves muscle reaction time, strength, balance, and coordination.  You can refer to a previous post on this subject here.

But wait.  There’s more!  

A new study entitled Nutrients: Vitamin D and Human Health published in the journal Nutrients showed that vitamin D3 facilitates faster muscular recovery and prevents tissue damage following intense exercise... 

Researchers assessed the vitamin D level and the amount of force a physically-active adult could exert before and after intense exercise. Each study participant performed intense exercise by pushing against a force plate with one leg while the other leg acted as a control.  The subjects’ strength was tested on days one, two, three, and seven following the exercise.  Based on their measurement data, it was clear that participants with the highest vitamin D3 levels also had a faster rate recovery and less muscular damage. 

The bottom line:

If you want to go faster, get stronger, and recover quicker, assess and optimize your vitamin D3!  We know it works because we frequently hear about the benefits from our Core 4 Program members. And the breadth and depth of its effects of are multiplied when combined with the regular use of whole-food micronutrients, nitric oxide, and essential amino acids.

Is it time to check your vitamin D3 level?

Your personal potential for muscular strength and recovery depends upon having enough (55 to 65 ng/ml) vitamin D3.  If you’re regularly using our RemeD sublingual spray, then you're getting the job done.  But regardless of your current supplement routine, it's important to assess your vitamim D3  level on a regular basis.  And you can do it with a simple, at-home finger stick assessment. No painful blood draws (or doctors' appointments) are necessary.