Vitamin D3 might be the most important nutrient in our physiology.
The importance of vitamin D3 is hard to dispute; many major health advocates tout its benefits including key heart, brain, immune functioning and much more. Mahendra Trivedi says that vitamin D3 is the modified form of LifeForce, the source of Divine energy, which is responsible for the operation of our entire physiology. This article questions the conventional manner in which vitamin D3 is measured, evaluated and understood by the medical profession.
Agrarian based countries like India, where a large part of the rural population work outside and receive extensive sun exposure have been identified as areas deficient in vitamin D. Even though these cultures receive abundant levels of sun exposure and can produce what should be adequate levels of vitamin D, it has been documented that a majority of the population is still vitamin D deficient.
A new perspective to the current vitamin D dilemma has been introduced by Mahendra Trivedi to explain why so many from around the world continue suffering from vitamin D deficiency, while having adequate exposure from direct sunlight.
Mr. Trivedi maintains the conventional approach to measuring vitamin D in the blood is meaningless. While vitamin D may be produced in our skin, or ingested in our system from dietary sources, it still needs to be absorbed into our physiology to receive any benefits. If someone’s system does not possess the bio-availability to absorb and store vitamin D in the vitamin D receptors (VDR) of the cells, then any vitamin D traveling in our bloodstream will be flushed out of the system. The patient will remain vitamin D deficient.
He also points out that vitamin D is obtained from the sun and not sunrays. The conventional belief is we need to sit out in the sun and even have a percentage of our physiology exposed directly to the sun to produce adequate levels of vitamin D. Trivedi says vitamin comes from the sun, and when it hits the earth, it is stored in the ionosphere. Our physiologies then access vitamin D from there; we do not have to actually be sitting exposed directly to sunlight.
This explains why people living in Scandinavian countries can test higher for vitamin D levels than some groups living along the equator.
So in place of extensive exposure to sunlight or ingesting large quantities of vitamin D, it is much more important to focus on our bio-availability to store vitamin D in the vitamin D receptors. This is because we could be generating or ingesting quantities many times in excess of our needs, but failing to convert the supplies to the bio-available format we need for absorption, resulting in the purging from our systems.
Science has also uncovered and Mr. Trivedi concurs, that the level of bio-availability for most of us is between zero and two percent. This means that from the vitamin D we ingest or get from sunlight, we are only able to utilize a small percentage in our physiology. It has also been found that most of us are closer to the zero percent level of bio-availability rather than the two percent level.
The absorption process of having vitamin D stored into our vitamin D receptors was once thought to be limited by its ability to cross a brain blood barrier in our brain. Now science believes that limitation thought to be a brain blood barrier now needs to be converted in each individual cell of our body. In other words, there is a conversion that takes place in each cell’s nucleus, where the vitamin D is absorbed. If this is cellular conversion is not taking place, then our bio-availability is poor.
Science can’t yet explain why some of us can convert vitamin D into a form that allows us to store it in our vitamin D receptors, but if we can’t make the conversion, then no matter what dosages of vitamin D we are exposed to, we will not be able to harness the benefits. This will be true, even if vitamin D level tests in our blood indicate we are not vitamin D deficient.
It would be more accurate to redesign our vitamin D testing to measure the vitamin D that has been converted by our system and stored in our vitamin D receptors rather than by just measuring our blood levels. Until this is done, the information we analyze will not be accurate. This is because there is no correlation between having vitamin D in the blood and being discarded and having the vitamin D actually absorbed and stored into our VDR. In other words, just having vitamin D in our bloodstream does not assure the vitamin D has been stored in our physiology.
Mahendra Trivedi is saying is that since we really aren’t using an adequate measure to assess the vitamin D levels that are being utilized in our system, we really don’t know whether we are deficient. He is also pointing out that since the bio-availability for most of us to convert and adequately absorb vitamin D is so low, we really haven’t yet begun to address finding ways to optimize our vitamin D levels. Thus, as a result, most of us aren’t taking advantage of the true life changing benefits that can be derived from vitamin D.
Life force Blessings have been shown to increase the bio-availability of vitamin D3 supplements and allow the physiology to absorb and store the vitamin D3 in the receptors. This approach requires little sunlight exposure nor ingesting large quantities of supplements. It is also exponentially more effective in harnessing the benefits from vitamin D.
When bio-availability becomes the focus and is enhanced, then more significant changes from vitamin D can be measured. Only then can medical community begin to focus on the amazing possibilities we can derive from vitamin D.
As we continue testing the impact Lifeforce Blessings has on increasing the bio-availability of Vitamin D3, we will publish the results on our website. Check back with us on a regular basis!