When most people think of calcium deficiency, the top things that come to mind are osteoporosis and bone fractures. But your body uses calcium daily in nail, teeth, bone, and heart functions. All of that needs to be replenished, or you’ll deplete calcium levels from your teeth and bones. Learn how to keep your calcium levels up and what your options are.
By now, you’ve probably heard that most of us don’t get enough Vitamin D. According to Mercy Medical Center, 42% of the U.S. population is Vitamin D deficient. This number may be even higher as not everyone is tested for their vitamin D levels. Many people try to address this shortage through supplementation, but if you’re taking Vitamin D supplements without also taking Vitamin K2, you may not be providing everything your body needs.