Vitamin D Comes From Sheep's Wool: WHAT???
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0:00 Vitamin D Comes From Sheep's Wool: WHAT???
0:10 The best source of vitamin D: the sun
0:48 Food sources of vitamin D
1:29 The best source of supplemental vitamin D
2:17 Key takeaways
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In this video, we're going to talk about the best sources of vitamin D.
The absolute best source of vitamin D is the sun. When the sun's rays hit your skin, your body produces a form of pre-vitamin D using the cholesterol in your skin. This pre-vitamin D is then converted into the active form of vitamin D.
Many different factors affect your ability to get your vitamin D from the sun. Where you live, your skin color, the time of year, your age, and your weight factor into your ability to create vitamin D naturally. In many parts of the world, getting vitamin D naturally can be difficult.
Food sources of vitamin D include cod liver oil, fatty fish, oysters, and sardines. The problem is that these food sources often do not contain enough to supply you with the amount of vitamin D that you need to stay healthy (unless you consume a MASSIVE amount of these foods). This is where supplements can help pick up the slack.
The best supplemental form of vitamin D is vitamin D3, which most often comes from sheep's wool. A healthy sheep produces 2-30 pounds of wool per year. That wool is then sheered to create a lanolin extract. They can then extract vitamin D3 from this wool.
Vitamin D3 is the same form of vitamin D that your body creates naturally. The form of vitamin D that your body does not make is vitamin D2, which happens to be the form that most supplements use. Your body does not absorb a large portion of vitamin D2, which is why I do not think it's the best way to get your vitamin D—you end up wasting a large portion of it.
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