Vitamin D And Effect On The Skin

Posted by ecostinger on 9th May 2016

Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble secosteroids responsible for absorption of calcium, magnesium, iron, and phosphate. The most important vitamin D compounds are cholecalciferol and egocalciferol. Vitamin D is obtained from milk, fish, and fortified margarine. However, sunlight exposure is the main source of vitamin D for most people.Production in the #skinIt is synthesized in the epidermis o …
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The Sun And Vitamin D

Posted by ecostinger on 24th Sep 2014

Vitamin D is not like any other vitamin, it is a substance that the body converts into a hormone and your body can generate it from sunlight. Vitamin D keeps your blood pressure low, reduce inflammation, helps the immune system to improve and its a beneficial for keeping your heart healthy. Some studies shows that it fights off cancer as well. The common use of vitamin D is for bon …
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