Vitamin D contribute to the healthy heart.
Vitamin D works with phosphorus to burn sugar.
Vitamin D provides stability to our nervous system.
Vitamin D is necessary to help your body absorb and use the Calcium.
Vitamin D can be very easy destroyed by frequent shower baths; especially avoid alkali soaps.
Vitamin D deficiency results in early tooth decay, bone deformation, rickets, and weakness of the muscles.
Vitamin D deficiency in elderly people usually results in thinning of the bones.
Vitamin D can be obtain from the sunlight, however, tanning obstructs the Vitamin D absorption.
Vitamin D from sunlight can also be blocked by use of sunscreen.
Vitamin D can be found in butter, margarine, cheese, kidneys, cod liver oil, halibut liver oil, mackerel, salmon, sardines and tuna.