Vitamin D Could Heal A Damaged Heart, Says Study

Vitamin D supplements could heal damaged hearts, according to a recent study. The trial involving 163 heart failure patients found that supplements containing Vitamin D improved the heart’s ability to pump blood around the body. The results have been considered as ‘stunning’ by the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Team.

Vitamin D is made in the skin via sunlight and is considered vital for teeth and bone health along with various other biological processes. The average age of those involved in the study was 70 and as with many people that age, they had low levels of Vitamin D, even during the summer months. It’s believed that people over 70 spend less time outdoors and that with age, the body’s ability to manufacture Vitamin D also becomes less effective.

During the study, participants were given a 100 microgram Vitamin D tablet or a sugar placebo pill to take every day during the year. Their impact on heart failure was measured – this is a condition where the heart becomes too weak to pump the blood properly around the body. The ejection fraction was the key measure, or the amount of blood that was pumped out of the heart’s chambers with each beat. The figure is usually 60-70% in a healthy adult, but only 1/4 of the blood can be pumped out in heart failure patients.

When the vitamin pills were taken however, the ejection fraction was shown to increase from 26% to 34%. The study also indicated that the patients’ hearts became smaller, suggesting they were more powerful and efficient.

While doctors aren’t clear that the vitamin should be routinely prescribed due to not being completely certain as to how it improves heart function, they acknowledge that every cell in the body responds to Vitamin D. The study data shows that patients who took Vitamin D saw improvements in their symptoms, so a larger study is needed.

This exciting development brings good news for anyone suffering from a heart problem as it indicates that taking Vitamin D could be a highly effective, convenient and relatively cheap solution to dealing with heart problems, as opposed to prescription medications and other intrusive means such as surgery.

Recommended Examples

One of the best ways to ensure a daily dose of Vitamin D is to take Vitamin D3/K2 Sublingual Spray, as recommended by Robert Redfern of It contains 1000IU of Vitamin D3 and 100mcg of Vitamin K2 MK7. New research like the one above is indicating that the combination vitamins can work together to protect blood vessels against calcification, while protecting the heart against cardiovascular disease. This sublingual spray is the world’s only Vegan and Vegetarian Society registered form of Vitamin D3 and is ideal for taking on the go.

 Another good option for anyone who wants to supplement Vitamin D with other vital nutrients is to take Serranol™ from Good Health Naturally as this contains 1000IU of Vitamin D or 250% of your daily value. The Serranol also contains 250mg of CurcuminX4000™ (from Meriva® Curcuma longa extract), 50mg of Ecklonia Cava Extract and 80,000IU of Serrapeptase. When combined together these four nutrients are designed to boost the body’s immunity and provide powerful support for a wide range of health related issues.


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  2. Johnathan

    August 2, 2016 at 3:45 am

    Is there a link to the study?

    Is there a date for this article?

  3. Colette Threlfall

    August 31, 2019 at 10:06 am

    Could you give me advice,March 2018 vitamin D2 -5 D3181 combined 186 never new how seriously high D. can cause Hypercalemia””.Not feelings well and very fatigue,in magazines books internet saying every one should take D3.being winter I thought I must have a D definitely.taken some D3 not every day and some nature answer liquid omega 3.less than half a bottle,August 2018 had blood test,gone down to (85) that’s after Hot summer still a bit concerned,got blood test March 2019 D levels up (106) after winter months not taking any vitamin calcium tablets do have kefir 3 or 4 times a week.I do take your Krill oil bought 4 gave one bottle to my grandson and the other to my granddaughter,I need to buy some more krill I have not taken any for 3weeks but worried keeping my D levels high that could affect the calcium,Also when I had the blood test I also had a EEG came back I have Antal fibnlation

    • Lindsay

      September 2, 2019 at 10:32 am

      Hello Colette, don’t forget to use the Ancient Magnesium Oil topically alongside the D3 and K2, to keep the calcium metabolism in balance. Use the D3/K2 Spray as this is a maintenance product and will give you 1000iu a day. Krill oil is also fine to use on an ongoing basis to support intake of Omega 3 fatty acids.

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