- Support Bone Health and reduce risk of osteoporosis
- Calcium Regulation
- Neurotransmitter and mood support
- Immune support, including autoimmune diseases and cancer
- Hormone Support
- Metabolic Support
How it is Given:
Before getting a vitamin d shot, it is important to check your 25-hydroxy Vitamin D level. The shots would be given weekly and then you would need to repeat lab work to determine your vitamin d status. Generally the shots are given in a series of 4 before retesting levels.