Feeling Blue? Bazi May Help!


26 May Feeling Blue? Bazi May Help!

No it’s not a claim for a cure, so for those from the FTC checking out my blog and waiting for me to slip up, you’re wasting your time with this one.

The point of this post is that there is new data to suggest that low levels of vitamin D may be related to depression, and Bazi is an excellent source of vitamin D.
According to a recent study published in Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, adults with chronically low levels of vitamin D have higher rates of depression than those with normal or elevated levels. The authors suggested that individuals diagnosed with depression also have their vitamin D status tested, in order to rule out any vitamin deficiencies.
This is just one example of the incredible benefits of vitamin D, and, in my opinion, we are just learning about the many roles vitamin D plays in overall health. Once thought to be simply a preventative for rickets, it’s now believed that the “Sunshine vitamin” plays roles in cardiovascular health and cognitive function as well as a host of other metabolic processes.
It was also believed that one could obtain enough vitamin D with about 15 minutes of daily sun exposure; since we can make it through conversion of sunlight on the skin. But data shows that many do not regularly get the minimum amount sunlight or are concerned with the health risks of too much sun exposure.
We also know that the current Daily Value of 400 IU is probably not enough for optimal health, and leading scientist are pushing to increase the minimum to 800 to over 1000 IU.
The problem is there is a considerable portion of the population who doesn’t get sufficient sunlight and/or regularly consume vitamin D-rich foods. Many of these folks aren’t even obtaining the current levels, let alone increased requirements.
That’s where Bazi can help. One serving of Bazi contains 100% (400 IU) of the DV for vitamin D. That means if you simply drink one 2oz Bazi Shot every day, you will receive along with the other 11 vitamins, trace minerals, and critical phytonutrients from our Phyto8 Blend, 800 IU of vitamin D. That’s an amount that’s right up there with what most health experts recommend.
And you thought Bazi was just for energy!
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