Are you Vitamin D Deficient? Fear Not, Forti-D is here

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Hello Sweeties,

As we get older, we need to focus more on our health above anything else. It came as a surprise to me that although I am out and about all day and most mornings under the sun, I have Vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D Deficiency is strongly linked to Chronic Diseases such as Cancer, Heart Failure, Diabetes, etc.

Studies how that 36 of our organs and tissues are regulated by Vitamin D, including our heart, lungs, brain, and bones.  Sadly not all get the sufficient Vitamin D requirement they need.

According to a study conducted by Hi-Precision Diagnostics on  8200 Filipinos from key cities, 7 out of 10 Filipinos are Vitamin D Deficient.

This is not really surprising since a lot of people are stuck indoors. It’s hard to get enough Vitamin D from the sun (indoor lifestyle, clothing, skin color, aging, and use of umbrellas or sunscreen limit Vitamin D absorption)

It’s difficult to obtain from food (RDA of Vitamin D is equivalent to 40 eggs / 8 glasses of milk / 800g of salmon / 2 cans of tuna flakes every day)

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Event: International Thyroid Awareness Week 2017 at Robinsons’ Novaliches

Hello Sweeties!

I spent a fruitful afternoon an informative event about Thyroid Awareness. As I mentioned in my previous post.  I was diagnose with HyperThyroidism a few years ago. I admit I have been lapse in going to my specialist. With this DOH and Merk`s Thyroid Awareness Campaign has opened my eyes and had me go back to my doctor.

Last Saturday, I traveled North to attend the Thyroid Awareness Week 2017 culminating activity at Robinson`s Novaliches.

The event venue opened around 2PM to the public. Everyone just had to register and get a Entrance Card which all the activities were written down.

Activities

Listed on the activity card all the activities the guest can avail. The top listing shows required one that you need finish before getting some of the free treatments that are complementary.

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