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Episode 30: Vitamin D Supplements, Magnesium Oil, and Listening to Your Body

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Vitamin D Supplements

We answered the following listener question from Amanda:

“Hey ladies!

I am interested in learning more about Vitamin D. Who could benefit from taking vitamin D and what are some symptoms that you are vitamin D deficient? Also, I would like to start taking a supplement could you recommend your favorite ones and dosages? Is there a best time of day to take it? What are the best sources of vitamin D in food form? So many questions! Sorry if you already talked about the D in one of your past episodes but I don’t think I saw one. You ladies rock!”


Thorne Vitamin D3 and K2 Liquid

Rosita’s Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil (Listen to Episode 11 about Extra Virgin Cod Liver oil with Archie Welch)

Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Learn more about liver in the Wellness Beets Episode 4 Show

Magnesium Oil

We talk about why magnesium is such a biggie in terms of nutrients and why the things we do in our every day lives often deplete this crucial nutrient. We discuss the different supplement options, why transdermal absorption is a good option for people, and the different aspects of making/buying a magnesium oil.


Find Clam in Magnesium

Magnesium Glycinate

Natural Calm

DigPrimal’s Magnesium Oil recipe and Magnesium Oil Body Butter Recipe

How to “Listen to your body”

Brittany discusses the meaning of listening to you body and her personal story with learning what this phrase means in health. We talk lifestyle choices, interpreting the signals your body sends out, and natural states of health.

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