When To Take Vitamin D

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Find out when the best time is to take vitamin D, especially for better sleep. 

0:00 What you need to know about vitamin D 
0:24 When is the best time to take vitamin D? 
0:45 When to take vitamin D for sleep 
2:00 Other great vitamins for sleep problems 
2:30 Share your success story! 

Let’s talk about the best time to take vitamin D. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. This means that you’re going to have better absorption (30-50% better) if you take vitamin D with fat. 

Some vitamin D supplements contain fat within the supplement itself. But, if you’re going to take vitamin D as a supplement that doesn’t already contain fat, you may want to take it with a meal that contains fat. 

Great sources of fat to have with your vitamin D supplement: 
• MCT oil 
• Olive oil 
• Avocado 
• Nuts 
• Dairy 
• Eggs 
• Meat that has saturated fat 

If you have a sleep problem, you may want to try taking your vitamin D before bed. Vitamin D may help increase your non-REM sleep. This is the deep delta wave sleep that occurs in the first half of sleep. Vitamin D may also help reduce your cortisol (stress) levels. 

Most people will sleep fine, if not better when they take vitamin D before bed. However, a small percentage of people may find that taking vitamin D before bed wakes them up. These people may need to take vitamin D earlier in the day. 

Other great vitamins for sleep problems:
• Vitamin B5
• Folate 
• Vitamin B1 (especially if you can’t turn your brain off at night)

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