It’s time to leave the bitter cold and deep snow for the warm sunshine of beautiful Huatulco Mexico. A Pacific coastal community located in the southwestern region of Mexico, this tropical paradise is serves up 340 days of sunshiny perfection!
That’s right, 340 days of blue skies, warm sun and all the natural beauty of a postcard-come-to-life destination.
In fact, Huatulco Mexico holds fast to a year-round average temperature of 30ºC (86ºF). Sure, there is a summer season (April through August) when temperatures reach the low 90s, but if you love a sauna-like environment, then you’ll be “golden.”
With 340 days of Huatulco weather perfection, the millions of Canadians and Americans who are Vitamin D deprived will finally get the daily recommend dose of vitamin D their doctors promote:
- Adults (Age 1 to 70 years): 600 IU per day
- Adults (71 years +): 800 IU per day
- Pregnant and Lactating women: 600 IU per day
- Children: 600 IU per day
- Infants (up to 1 year old): 1000 IU per day
So follow doctor’s orders and soak up a healthy dose of vitamin D in Huatulco Mexico!
Whether you’re sightseeing in town, zipping through the jungle, riding the waves or chillin’ out by the pool, your body will be basking in the mental, emotional and physical benefits of much-needed Vitamin D:
- Breast, colon and prostate cancer prevention
- Increased bone health
- Fewer respiratory infections
- Improved calcium and magnesium absorption, both of which aid in the development of healthy teeth and bones
- Improvement in the skin’s appearance
- Insulin secretion assistance
- Lower rates of depression
- Blood vessel lining fortification for improved cardiovascular health
- Maintains calcium and phosphorus levels in the bloodstream
- Pain and “achy body” relief
- Psoriasis and senile wart improvement
- Stress management
- Stronger immune system
- Autoimmune diseases and osteoporosis prevention
- Blood pressure regulation
Vitamin D is also used in the treatment of diseases and medical conditions such as arthritis, preaclamsia, diabetes mellitus, hyperparathyroidism, renal osteodystrophy, rickets, tuberculosis and osteomalacia.
Talk about your good news, right?
Now we aren’t doctors, but we’d like to think that spending time in Huatulco Mexico – both short- and long-term – will lift your spirits and help you be a better YOU!
How do we know? Because we’re from snowy Canada and have since stocked up on our power-packed Vitamin D thanks to 340 days of Huatulco weather perfection! (We live here now, so we’re feeling great, mentally, physically and emotionally thanks to the sun on our shoulders and even the sand between our toes.
The Other 25 Days
At this point, it’s likely you’ve done the math. There are 25 days of less-than-perfect weather. (But really, in such a tropical paradise, is there really such a thing as less-than-perfect? We say “no” since Huatulco is lacking that bone-chillin’ ice, snow and sleet from up north!)
At any rate, Huatulco Mexico does have a rainy season that stretches from May through October. During these months, it’s common to experience monsoon-like rain in the afternoons with cooler temperatures in the evenings. September is the rainiest month with high levels of humidity, but if you love the wrinkle-free benefits of a dewy-like complexion, then you’ll love the summers in Huatulco Mexico.
So, how can we help you take advantage of 340 days of perfection and a daily dose of Vitamin D?
Come on down to Huatulco Mexico and we’ll show you how to soak up the sunny goodness of Huatulco weather as a part- or full-time resident. Contact us today to learn more and reap the benefits!