Vitamin D

It is a fat-soluble vitamin and is important for calcium balance and bone mineralization. The body can take vitamin D from food or produce it completely naturally if it is exposed to ultraviolet light - the Sun. Vitamin D helps our immune system cope with infections during colds and flu.

Vitamin D plays a major role in the immune system by activating T-cells. These cells detect and destroy foreign pathogens such as viruses. One of the most important functions is also the regulation of calcium absorption in the intestines and the maintenance of phosphorus levels in the blood. These factors are important because they help maintain proper bone density and mineralization. Low levels of vitamin D lead to low levels of calcium in the bones, which increases the risk of fractures.

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