Vitamin D

Vitamin D is crucial for calcium absorption, bone health, and immune system function. It is often obtained through sun exposure and dietary sources.

  • Bone Health

  • Immune Function

  • Sunshine Vitamin

Benefits of Vitamin D

The functions of vitamin D in the body are extensive. First and foremost, vitamin D promotes calcium absorption in the body, an essential factor in maintaining bone strength and bone formation. Vitamin D also helps maintain bone mineral density. This is especially important for older adults and women past menopause.

Related benefits of vitamin D include prevention of rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults, which are both characterized by softening of the bones due poor bone mineralization. Vitamin D helps to prevent these conditions by maintaining phosphorous and calcium absorption necessary for strong bones.

Vitamin D is essential in supporting a healthy immune system. Scientists have discovered that Vitamin D is critical in activating our immune defenses and that without sufficient intake of the vitamin, the body will not be able to react to and fight off serious infections in the body.

Toxicity: Symptoms of vitamin D toxicity include poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, and potential for frequent urination and kidney problems).

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