Things You Might Not Know About Vitamin D

We have all been told to “go outside and get some vitamin D” – but how important is vitamin D, really?


At a biological level, vitamin D regulates the body’s absorption of calcium and phosphorous and helps maintain the immune system. In short, Vitamin D helps strengthen our bones and our ability to fight off diseases. Deficiency can result in long-term issues with bone development such as osteomalacia or osteoporosis, which describes having soft or fragile bones, respectively.


Those who suffer from either illness find that typical injuries that many of us are able to shake off have a higher likelihood of resulting in breaks or fractures.
Recent medical studies have shown that vitamin D can also help decrease the chance of developing heart disease. Considering heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States with 48% of the population being diagnosed with varying cardiovascular diseases, it’s especially important to obtain the daily recommended amount of vitamin D.


Vitamin D is also shown to improve mental health issues such as depression. Many Americans tend to develop forms of seasonal affective disorder when the weather changes to its cooler, cloudier seasons. Considering vitamin D is produced in response to sunlight, it’s no surprise that the vitamin often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin” might need to be supplemented when the sun is nowhere to be found.


Many adults are advised an intake of 600 IU of vitamin D daily, but Bizi Vitamin Honey’s D3 stick pack contains 10,000 IU- which is 1,250% the recommended daily value. With this proper vitamin D intake, one can expect a healthier heart, body, and mind.


SOURCES


https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/benefits-vitamin-d#fights-disease


https://www.heart.org/-/media/phd-files-2/science-news/2/2021-heart-and-stroke-stat-


update/2021_heart_disease_and_stroke_statistics_update_fact_sheet_at_a_glance.pdf


https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2019/01/31/heart-disease-nearly-half-u-s-
adults-have-it-study-finds/2729955002/

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