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20 Deadlifts 275/185lbs
30 Box Jumps 24?/20"
15 Deadlifts 275/185lbs
25 Box Jumps 24?/20"
10 Deadlifts 275/185lbs
20 Box Jumps 24?/20"
"It is the observation of many, many practicing clinicians that 1)
most patients test in the low 20s, and 2) 400 iu of Vitamin D a day –
the government recommended daily allowance doesn’t raise the levels at
all. Studies of equatorial inhabitants demonstrate that some of the
longest-lived people on the planet obtain 30,000-40,000 iu of Vitamin D
(specifically D3) a day from the sunlight – nature’s source of the
vitamin. Given that, it is not suprising that supplementing 10,000 iu a
day of Vitamin D3 has been shown to have no adverse effects.
As an Orthopaedic Surgeon, I deal with bone disorders daily, and have
long been interested in this topic. I quit testing for Vitamin D levels
in untreated people after every one of my patients tested in the low
20s. I only tested my husband because he was convinced that golfing in
Arizona 18 holes, six days a week would raise his level. It did not –
his level was 22 ng/dl."—Dr. Lee Heib, World Net Daily