Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D – Part 2

This article was originally posted to our website February 19, 2019.
Did you know vitamin D is sometimes called the sunshine vitamin? Sunshine over mountains.

Taking opioids long term can cause depleted levels of vitamin D. So whether you’re a chronic pain patient using opioids or a recovering opioid addict, getting your daily dose of the sunshine vitamin is important. Why is it called the sunshine vitamin? Because vitamin D can be gotten through exposure to sunlight as well as through food. Linked below are some helpful articles about how to make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D, as well as last month’s blog post also about vitamin D:

Does Sunlight Through Glass Provide Vitamin D?

Do I Get Enough Vitamin D in the Winter?

Here’s what you have to eat to get a full day’s worth of vitamin D

15 Simple Nutrition Hacks to Get More Vitamin D into Your Diet

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Last month’s article about vitamin D: http://brianbothemd.com/everything-you-need-to-know-about-vitamin-d/

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