(NaturalNews) I don't run the ad department at NaturalNews, so I didn't even know about this until I saw it in our email newsletter, but the StopAgingNow.com company has put together a ridiculously good offer for NaturalNews readers by offering a free 90-day supply of vitamin D3 (at 5,000 IUs per day) where you only pay $4.95 per bottle for shipping anywhere in the continental USA.
There are no gimmicks, and you're not auto-charged later on. This is just a straight-up generous offer that StopAgingNow.com is doing to get more vitamin D3 into the hands of the people while bringing awareness to its name. It's a very cool offer, and I strongly encourage NaturalNews readers to take advantage of this while it lasts.
Aside from the vitamin D, the other ingredients in the capsules are only: Rice bran oil, gelatin, glycerin, water. The capsules contain NO sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives.
Vitamin D deficiency is rampant across North America and Europe
Most Americans are vitamin D deficient, and as we've covered here on NaturalNews time and time again, vitamin D deficiency is linked to numerous diseases including rickets, asthma, osteoporosis, diabetes and even various types of cancers. Vitamin D deficiency is especially rampant among those with darker skin color due to the fact that darker skin blocks sunlight and prevents vitamin D generation in the skin. So the darker your skin, the more likely you're vitamin D deficient unless you've been supplementing daily or spending a lot of time in the sun.
Even sunlight alone isn't producing sufficient levels of vitamin D for many people because they are showering every day and washing off the vitamin D on the skin before it can be absorbed! (It's true. This is not fiction.) Because of this, I know many people who are taking vitamin D supplements daily even though they're also getting plenty of sunlight. Vitamin D is extremely safe in doses below 10,000 IU each day, and many doctors often prescribe 50,000 IUs at a time to help bring deficient people back up to a healthy vitamin D level.
I especially encourage African Americans and anyone with darker skin to make sure you are supplementing with vitamin D. This is crucial for expectant mothers who need ample supplies of vitamin D to share with their developing unborn children.
Note: We do not earn anything from the sales of this product. I am sharing it solely because this struck me as a fantastic opportunity for NaturalNews readers to take advantage of a phenomenal value for a nutritional supplement that most people really need!
At roughly five bucks for a 90-day supply, we're talking six cents a day for proper vitamin D supplementation.
I believe this may be the most cost-effective investment you'll ever make in your health. Six cents a day! And vitamin D is essential for immune function and preventing colds, too. Read more about vitamin D here:
I also want to thank www.StopAgingNow.com for making this special offer available to NaturalNews readers. If other supplement companies want to make similar offers to our readers, I will be glad to offer them feature article coverage as well. It's a great way to boost recognition of your brand while introducing people to your product line.
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