Vitamin D deficiency affects about a billion people worldwide. Moreover, the wording “suffer” is not an exaggeration.
This element is vital for many processes within the body. For example, with a deficiency, normal absorption of calcium is impossible – which means that nails, hair, teeth, bones become fragile and vulnerable. Also, with a lack of vitamin D, metabolism, immunity, the nervous system and muscles suffer. There are suggestions that a reduced vitamin level directly provokes diseases such as:Continue reading