Vitamin D is much more essential than what we think.


Vitamin D is much more essential than what we think.

The natural source of Vitamin D is sunlight. Human skin can make large amounts of vitamin D when lots of skin is exposed, and the sun is high in the sky. The present culture which forces us to pack yourself in the airconditioned environments, long working hours at the office we are left with on remedy but the external sources of vitamin D suppliments.

The foods that provide vitamin D includes fatty fish, like tuna, mackerel, and salmon. Foods fortified with vitamin D, like some dairy products, orange juice, soy milk, and cereals. Vitamin D helps our bodies regulate levels of calcium and phosphate nutrients that keep bones, teeth, and muscles healthy.

Up till now, rickets was the known disease to which vitamin D deficiency may contribute; however, the new studies suggest that vitamin D plays a much broader disease-fighting role than once thought.

The Study Finding Suggests :

People with vitamin D deficiencies were twice as likely to have a heart attack as those who had adequate levels, raising the risk of heart failure and sudden cardiac death, stroke, and overall cardiovascular disease.

Daily vitamin D supplements may improve cardiac function in people with chronic heart failure.

Studies point link between low levels of vitamin D and increased cancer risk, particularly the risk of colorectal cancer. Also, the occurrence of multiple sclerosis is inversely proportional to the sunlight exposure.

Another study showed that those with the highest vitamin D blood levels had a 62% lower risk of developing MS than those with the lowest vitamin D levels.

The recent study suggests children who regularly received vitamin D supplements during infancy had a nearly 90% lower risk of developing type 1 diabetes than those who received none. Other European case-control studies reinforce the conclusion that vitamin D may help protect against type 1 diabetes.

Even obesity may have connections to vitamin D. A clinical study found that providing supplements to obese and overweight people with vitamin D deficiency aids weight loss and enhances the benefits of a reduced-calorie diet.

Vitamin D also helps to fight infection. Scientists have discovered that vitamin D is necessary to activate the immune system’s T-cells, which identify and attack bad pathogens circulating throughout the body.