Enhancing Your Immune System With Vitamin D | Podcast #321

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Enhancing Your Immune System With Vitamin D | Podcast #321

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Getting enough vitamin D is essential to your long-term health. It's relatively easy to get vitamin D through sun exposure most of the year, but that changes come wintertime. So here is Dr. J and Evan discussing why vitamin D matters and how to keep your levels up, even when the days are short and the skies are snowy and gray.

Vitamin D absorbs calcium and helps you maintain healthy bones. It also contributes to the health of your muscles, nerves, and immune system. So if you don't get enough vitamin D, you may be at risk of developing rickets, osteoporosis, other bone disorders, diabetes, hypertension, and cancer. Older adults, people with dark skin, and obesity are more likely to have a vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D is called the "sunshine vitamin" because your body makes it when sunlight hits the skin. It's more important to keep your vitamin D levels up during the winter because you are at greater risk for getting sick and tend to spend less time outdoors.

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that many people don't get enough of. That said, you can boost your vitamin D levels by eating foods rich in vitamin D, getting more sun exposure, and adding supplements to your diet.

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