Magnesium 2 of 2

Magnesium dosing, as I wrote in the last blog post, is important. How so? Well, magnesium is released from cells to stabilize them; to calm nerve cells, and to calm…

Magnesium 1 of 2

Magnesium is one of my favorite minerals and is also one of our most important. Magnesium is involved in almost as many if not as many cellular processes as vitamin…

Sleep

You were probably wondering when I would address something that directly affects you. If you are like most people, you haven’t slept well in years, and maybe decades. If you…

Metabolism

So far, we have covered some of the basics of vitamin D3 and one of the three primary areas it affects us is sleep. Another effect is on metabolism. As…

Vitamin D3 and Sperm Count

Topical media speaks about the recent findings of male sperm counts dropping in westernized countries to half of what they were a decade ago. The implication is the reduced fertility…

Madison-HannaH effects

What is the Madison-HannaH Effect? It is the name I have given to all the processes that the body activates once there is an optimal blood level of vitamin D3….

Vitamin D3 toxicity

In a previous post I explained how vitamin D3 is a hormone. However, it is grouped with other substances called fat-soluble vitamins and this has caused many people to avoid…

Influenza and Vitamin D3

Influenza, the flu, is a seasonal viral disease. Its seasonal nature has been inaccurately attributed primarily to: 1) People are in closer contact in the winter because they are inside…