Vitamin D is essential to so many processes in the body! It isn't actually a vitamin at all, but a prohormone that is synthesized in the skin using cholesterol in a chemical reaction with UVB radiation from the sun. Most people think of vitamin D in regards to bone health because it regulates the uptake of calcium in our intestines, but it also acts in the nucleus of cells to regulate the production of hundreds of different enzymes, influencing health in a multitude of ways.
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