OKC/Moore • Dallas • Tulsa Vitamin Deficiency
S cience continues to discover how important our vitamin levels are to our health. As we age our body's needs and our absorbtion changes. If we do not address our key vitamin levels we can experience a wide-range of symptoms from dizziness to sickness. Common vitamin levels evaluated include B12, B Complex and Vitamin D. Your Vitamin D levels directly impact your health. Low Vitamin D has been linked to:
- cardiovascular disease
- congitive impairment in older adults
- weight gain
- loss of bone density
- immune system problems
Vitamin D is critical to bone health, mental acuity, and immune system health. See above for more information on the symptoms of low Vitamin D levels.
Vitamin B12 impacts your mood, energy level, memory, heart, skin, hair, digestion and more. Vitamin B12 is also an essential vitamin for addressing adrenal fatigue and hormonal balance.
Vitamin B Complex
Eight B vitamins comprise Vitamin B complex including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12. Vitamin B Complex help the body convert food into glucose, which provides energy to the body.