Friday, 3 November 2017

What can high-vitamin D foods do for you?

What can high-vitamin D foods do for you?

In looking at the growing number of Google searches for vitamin D over the past several years, it is abundantly clear that vitamin D is very much on our collective mind. About vitamin D mania there are a few things we know for certain like calcium absorbtion, strong bones, here are a few more things to add on to the list.

Help optimize calcium metabolism
Help optimize phosphorus metabolism
Help prevent type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, heart attack, congestive heart failure, and stroke
Help prevent falls and muscle weakness
Help prevent osteoporosis while maintaining bone integrity
Help regulate insulin activity and blood sugar balance
Help regulate immune system responses
Help regulate muscle composition and muscle function
Help regulate blood pressure
Lower risk of excessive inflammation
Lower risk of some bacterial infections
Support cognitive function, especially in older persons
Support mood stability, especially in older persons
Help prevent chronic fatigue
Help prevent the following types of cancer: bladder, breast, colon, ovarian, prostate and rectal

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