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The Real Story On Vitamin D

The Real Story On Vitamin D

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Vitamin D deficiency is currently  at alarming levels in the Unites States. According to scientificamerica.com “three-quarters of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in vitamin D”, which equates to approximately one hundred million people! This should be of major concern to all of us since it’s health consequences can be so severe and it is so easily supplemented!


Interestingly enough Vitamin D is not actually a vitamin, but a hormone (a chemical which regulates processes in the body). It can be found in some foods in small amounts but our primary source is the sun. As our skin is exposed to sunlight our body metabolizes a hormone called calcitriol (Vitamin D). It is widely known that Vitamin D plays an important role in the absorption and metabolism of calcium, but scientists are discovering new possible functions of this critical nutrient all the time.

 

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Vitamin D is known to play an important role in strengthening bones and the immune system, as well as regulating blood pressure, protecting us agains some forms of cancer and preventing osteoporosis. Some evidence also suggests that it may affect Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Multiple Sclerosis.

If you don’t currently know what your vitamin D level is then we advise that you get it checked, especially if you spend most of your time indoors as most of us do.

Signs of vitamin D deficiency may include:

depression
Weight Gain
Weakness
Difficulty Sleeping
Poor Memory
Joint Pain
Headaches
Heart Disease
Gum Disease

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