Vitamin D is essential for our health. We are deficient when the winter comes.
However, there are lots of supplements and foods that could satisfy the daily requirement of this vitamin.
Research shows that the Vitamin D plays a huge role in the health of your brain. It protects your body from oxidative stress among other things.
Around 75% of Americans are Vitamin D deficient. The number is scary, but people not doing anything for it could be scarier.
As you can conclude from the title, if you are deficient in this vitamin you are exposed to vulnerable and terrifying diseases.
I don’t know if you read somewhere that your body generates more than 10,000 cancer cells every day. Your body as a whole works hard to keep them under control and don’t let anything slip out of its sight.
The deficiency of this vitamin lets the cells invade new tissue.
With the absence of Vitamin D, the cancer cells move openly, and there is plenty of space for them to grow into bigger and more dangerous.
If you leave the deficiency to get worse, your body will become vulnerable to various cancers like prostate, breast, cervical, pancreatic, and ovarian.
Type 2 Diabetes
Studies show how younger people with higher Vitamin D levels have a lower chance of developing diabetes later in their lives.
The comparison was made to those who have a lower level of this vitamin.
Researchers working on this study have the reason to believe that this vitamin balances the blood levels by regulating calcium.
Doctors still don’t know how asthma attacks people and what causes it. One theory that comes as a probable answer is the lack of vitamin D.
The link hides deep into the African-American people who are obese.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Studies show individuals who suffer from IBD are deficient in Vitamin D, as well. These vitamin D receptors are located on the cell surface where they can receive chemical signals. From here, the signals give orders whether the cell should divide or die.
When a person has a reasonable level of the vitamin, their body can reduce the inflammatory proteins. On the other hand, when a person is deficient in the vitamin, these proteins multiply and make your body vulnerable.
Without vitamin D, your body is unable to absorb enough calcium. This opens up the door for osteomalacia that will make your bones soft and unsupportive.
Sometimes your body can produce too many cells in your muscles. It’s too much than the muscles can deal with.
So, a buildup of these cells can cause a plaque that makes harder for the blood to travel in your body.
Researchers discovered that vitamin D could go directly through the cells and prevent plaques.
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