The Benefits of Vitamin D to Every Organ and Tissue

Dr. Brett Berner
5 min readFeb 10, 2022

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. It belongs to compounds, including vitamins D1, D2, and D3.

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The human body is capable of producing vitamin D naturally. This happens when it is directly exposed to light from the sun. Vitamin D can also be obtained from certain foods and supplements to ensure its adequacy in your blood.

Vitamin D has a wide range of essential functions. The most vital include regulating the absorption of phosphorus and calcium and enhancing the immune system’s role (1).

Here’s the thing — getting adequate vitamin D is vital for the growth and development of your teeth and bones, as well as improved resistance to specific diseases.

This article discusses the benefits of vitamin D, information about its downsides, and how much of it you need.

It helps in disease-fighting

Apart from its primary benefits, studies suggest that vitamin D may also be involved in:

· Minimizing the risk of multiple sclerosis. A review of population-based studies conducted in 2018 found that low vitamin D levels are associated with a high risk of multiple sclerosis (2).

· It decreases the risk of heart disease. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to a risk of heart…



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