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Solution # 1

The first product I would like to introduce you to is Vitamin D 3

Vitamin D3, also known as cholecalciferol or colecalciferol, is the substrate (the raw material) for the steroid hormone, 1,25(OH)2D3, also known as calcitriol, involved in many vital functions in most cells of the body. Vitamin D3 is formed in the skin under the influence of UVB in sun- or artificial UVB light. Only a few foods contain some vitamin D3.

This is by far the best vitamin that will warm up your hands. Yes I personally take them. After taken Vitamin D 3 within about 20 minutes you will start to feel the warm feeling of your fingers again. You can check with you doctor first, but I suggest you starts with at least 2000iu

Specifically take the Vitamin D 3 IU

IU stands for

International Units (IU) 1000 IU equals 0.025 mg or 25 microgram (μg or mcg or mug). In the new official units for vitamins, 1000 IU/d translates to 25 ug/day

Please only D3

D3 is approximately 87 percent more potent in raising and maintaining vitamin D concentrations and produces 2- to 3-fold greater storage of vitamin D than does D2.

Drisdol is a synthetic form of vitamin D2—made by irradiating fungus and plant matter—and is the form of vitamin D typically prescribed by doctors.

This is not the type produced by your body in response to sun or safe tanning bed exposure, which is vitamin D3.

There's overwhelming evidence that vitamin D is a key player in your overall health. This is understandable when you consider that it is not "just" a vitamin; it's actually a neuroregulatory steroidal hormone that influences nearly 3,000 different genes in your body. Receptors that respond to the vitamin have been found in almost every type of human cell, from your brain to your bones.

I suggest you take this in combination with Black seed