80% of menopausal women are Vitamin D deficient.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

Why? Menopausal women don't absorb D very well because when menopause hits, gut health declines.

Vitamin D is a hormone that has many processes in the body.  If your Vitamin D is not optimized, your body will not work as efficiently as it should.

Menopausal women don't synthesize Vitamin D from sun in our skin as fast as we did when we were younger.  Plus, many of us protect our skin from the sun wearing sunscreen every day.

During the summer months, expose your skin to direct sunlight long enough to turn pink, not red. If your Vitamin D level is super low, you should consider supplementing with a Liposomal D3 K2.

Consider DesBio Liposomal Vitamin D3 K2.