Lack of vitamin D is a global phenomenon. Recent studies show that vitamin D deficiency can be the cause of many dangerous diseases than previously thought.
Vitamin D has multiple roles in the body, it helps to:
Maintain bone and tooth healthy
Strengthens the immune system, the brain and the nervous system
Regulate insulin levels and manage diabetes
Support lung function and cardiovascular health
It affects the expression of the genes involved in the development of cancer.
Excessive sun exposure can also increase the risk of skin cancer. Experts say that in this case one should compromise by staying in the sun only at a certain time. They recommend that for the first three weeks people should stay directly in the sun for 10 minutes until the skin gains the ability to produce vitamin D.
– According to research, the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency may relate to the following health problems:
High Blood Pressure
– Proper nutrition is the best remedy for any kind of deficiency
– 10 Most Rich Vitamin D Foods Are:
Saltless Cottage Cheese
Who is most at risk of a vitamin D deficiency?
All women who breastfeed.
Babies and children from 6 months to 5 years old
Small babies who breastfeed
The elderly aged 65 and over.
People who dark skin complexes
People don’t have proper sun exposure.
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