Introduction:Vitamin D can help your body in so many different ways. Be sure to get enough Vitamin D in your system on a daily basis for a happier and healthier life.
If you are taking enough of your daily dosage of Vitamin D, there is a better chance that you will be able to resist viruses. According to Yale University, people who take the amount of Vitamin D that is recommended on a daily basis got sick half the amount that those who didn't take enough Vitamin D or were sick for a shorter period of time than those who had lower levels of Vitamin D in their system. This is because Vitamin D is responsible for your white blood cells to make enough protein to kill or destroy infections in your body.
Taking enough Vitamin D in your system on a daily basis will lessen the chance of getting both breast cancer and colon cancer. Having enough Vitamin D in your system will also allow you a greater chance of recovering from cancer. Vitamin D helps limit the chance of a cancerous cell growing in your system.
Vitamin D is known to help protect your brain. Vitamin D helps keep your calcium levels where they should be. Taking enough Vitamin D on a daily basis will help reduce your chance of getting Parkinson's Disease.
Lower levels of Vitamin D in your system is linked to heart disease. In order to reduce the risk of getting heart disease, be sure to take enough Vitamin D each and every day. Vitamin D will help keep the inflammation down in your arteries and will help in lowering your blood pressure.
Believe it or not, Vitamin D also helps produce insulin in your body. If you aren't producing enough insulin in your body, you could have a better chance at developing diabetes of some form.
Having higher levels of Vitamin D in your system will lower the chance of heart disease, less chance of getting cancer and better chance of surviving cancer. better chance of not getting Parkinson's disease, and better chance of not getting diabetes. Having enough Vitamin D in your system will lower the chance of a stroke, getting fractures, and having high blood pressure. You will be helping your body in so many ways by making sure you get enough Vitamin D in your system.
A rheumatologist told me that 90% of her patience that have Rheumatoid Arthritis are low in vitamin D.
I am also prone to low vitamin D. However the last time I was in the sun for long periods of time, vacation in Florida, my skin also broke out from the sun even with sunscreen. LOL
I get vitamin D in my calcium. H5
We definitely need D!
Good advice. We are often shut indoors all day where the sun is a big source of natural vitamin D.
I had a severe Vitamin D deficiency, bad enough to make me extremely ill. Thanks for posting this list!
A lot of good advice!
Thank you for your astute list about the health benefits of Vitamin D.So often you see animals out in the sun, which tells us we can learn from their ways.
Thanks for the info regarding Vitamin D. I'll add it to the Vitamin C and E that I take on a regular basis. Hi5.
Love that sun and who knew that the rays had such important and healthy impact!
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