Vitamin D

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Vitamin D is responsible for enhancing intestinal absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, and phosphate. It purpose is to help form and maintain our bones. It is critical in the role of the body’s use of phosphorus and calcium.

Phosphorus is an essential mineral that is required by every cell in the body for normal function.

Calcium is needed by your body to help muscles and blood vessels contract and expand.

These are especially helpful for children because it allows them to develop strong bones and healthy teeth. With a deficiency of Vitamin D, you are at risk of muscle and bone weakness and loss of bone mass.

Some prime examples of food that product Vitamin D included:

  • Dairy Food
  • Egg Yolks
  • Liver
  • Tuna Packed in Oil
  • Fortified Cereals

Most food has very low Vitamin D which increases your risks of deficiency if you are not aware of it. You can also find Vitamin D in the sun light with 10-15 minutes of sun to your skin but over exposure can cause skin damage.

“Vitamin D.” WebMD. TherapeuticResearch Facility, 2009. Web. 1 Dec. 2013.


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