Vitamin D Deficiency
Do you know the importance of vitamin D to keep a body healthy? Most people know the basics but here are some symptoms a Vitamin D deficiency that you may not have known.
Here are some of the most common risk factors for vitamin D deficiency: having dark skin being an older adult being overweight or having obesity not eating much fish or dairy living far from the equator in areas where there is little sun year-round always using sunscreen when going out; however, using sunscreen is important in helping prevent sun-damaging effects to the skin, including skin cancer staying indoors having chronic kidney disease, liver disease, or hyperparathyroidism having a health condition that affects nutrient absorption, such as Crohn’s disease or celiac disease having gastric bypass surgery using certain medications that impact vitamin D metabolism
Vitamin D Deficiency most commonly is expressed by:
* Increased exposure chances of infection/viruses
Benefits of Vitamin D:
*Decreased pain and depression
*Creates an exterior barrier helping increase susceptibility to infection risk of disease.
Supplementation of Vitamin D improves antimicrobial peptides and proteins and also playas a role in glutathione metabolism. Supplement that also help the absorbtion of Vitamin D include NAC, Magnesium, Vitamin A and Vitamin K(2).