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      Robert Harris

      1. A couple of recent studies have revealed that Vitamin D3 improves resistance to and helps shorten the illness of Covid-19.

      2. Studies have also revealed that most Parkinson’s patients have a Vitamin D3 deficiency. (When I was tested for the first time a few years ago, my reading was 15.)

      3. Doctors recommend a level of 40 or above.

      4. Doctors say that the oil-filled capsules are better than the compressed powder tablets.

      5. Doctors recommend 4000 IU per day.

      6. Capsules of 5000 IU a day are commonly sold everywhere.

      7. Vitamin D3 is also thought to be beneficial for Parkinson’s Disease.

      8. Getting out in the sun is a good way to allow your body to manufacture Vitamin D3. (Your skin must be exposed to the light.)


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      Mary Beth Skylis

      Thanks for that tip, Robert. My Dad takes vitamin D, too. But he lives in Michigan where everyone has a vitamin D deficiency. So, I’m not actually sure if he takes it for Parkinson’s or because it’s always overcast. Do you feel any different while you’re regularly taking vitamin D?

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