Why do we need the Sunshine Vitamin? Here are the Top 3 Reasons!

It’s that time of the year again. The winter darkness draws nearer in many countries, and the lack of sun can have a real effect on our health.

Basking in sunlight is one of the best ways for our bodies to produce vitamin D, which is often called the “sunshine vitamin”.

Vitamin D is a very important and does a lot to keep our bodies healthy in many different ways.

Here are the top 3 reasons why the sunshine vitamin is so important to us!

1. It regulates our immune systems

One of vitamin D’s most important functions is keeping our immune systems in check. At the moment, a lot of interesting research is being done about vitamin D’s ability to boost our immune systems, and in turn help combat diseases like the common cold.

2. It keeps our bones strong and healthy

Vitamin D helps the body take in both calcium and phosphates. Calcium and phosphates are the key components to healthy and strong bones, teeth and muscles.

3. It fights diseases

Research suggests that vitamin D can help treat and prevent certain diseases, including heart diseases and conditions connected to mental- and cognitive health.

If you have concerns about your vitamin D levels, contact your doctor. It’s important to know your levels before you start taking any supplements.

Read more:

Harvard School of Public Health

Mayo Clinic



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