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How Vitamin D benefits the Body from Head to Toe!


Vitamin D with fish oil boosts mood. The "sunshine vitamin" helps convert tryptophan into serotonin, a mood-regulating brain molecule.


In mice, a daily dose of vitamin D mitigated some of the effects of aging on the eyes, decreased inflammation, and improved vision.


According to a study published in Neurology, twice-daily vitamin D and calcium supplementation may alleviate vertigo and minimize the likelihood of experiencing it again.


Want to have healthier, whiter teeth with fewer cavities? Taking a daily vitamin D pill may be beneficial, according to a Nutrients meta-analysis.


Vitamin D can strengthen teeth and protect gums from gingivitis and periodontitis, according to a Nutrients study.


Vitamin D regulates 200 genes in the cardiovascular system. Vitamin D may prevent artery blockage, regulate blood pressure, and promote heart cell activity.


According to a study published in The Lancet, supplementing with vitamin D can lower lung disease flare-ups by 40%. Asthma may have the same effect.


Exercise and a balanced diet can prevent or treat the syndrome, but vitamin D may also assist. Vitamin D boosted healthy gut flora in mice with metabolic syndrome.


According to a BMJ investigation, higher vitamin D levels are associated with decreased rates of cancer in general and liver cancer in particular.

Reproductive system

Vitamin D boosts male and female fertility. Women with healthy vitamin D levels early in pregnancy were more likely to produce healthy-sized babies.


According to the Mayo Clinic, vitamin D is crucial for creating and maintaining strong bones, and a deficiency in vitamin D can lead to osteoporosis.


According to a study published in Journal of Autoimmunity, those with good vitamin D levels were less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis.


Studies in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery suggest that vitamin D may lessen the risk of stress fractures by increasing bone mass.

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