Vitamin D

by Kaley Sun

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Why is Vitamin D important?

It is required for the regulation of calcium and phosphorus in the body. It also plays an important role in maintaining proper bone structure. It is also used to boost immune system and is good for preventing and treating some diseases.

What if I don't get enough Vitamin D?

The lack of vitamin D may cause rickets (vitamin D deficiency) and bones may become thin and brittle. New research links low levels of vitamin D to heart disease and cancer.

The Sun is also a good source of vitamin D.

3 food sources that are high in Vitamin D: