Why is vitamin D important?

18/01/2021 / 245

Vitamin D is involved in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in order to promote bone growth.

As we know, vitamin D is involved in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in order to promote bone growth. It is essential also to keep teeth and muscles healthy, as well as to prevent osteoporosis.

Vitamin D deficiency is a global health problem. In Europe, more than the half of people, over the years of 60, has low level of it. In Italy this problem is common in around the 80% of the population.

Previous studies have shown that Vitamin D can modulate the immune response, helping our immune system stay balanced during the cold and flu season. Therefore, it can be very helpful to prevent the Corona Virus Infection.

Alpha-calcidol, in particular, is the active metabolite of vitamin D3. This molecule doesn’t require hepatic and renal passage, consequently it doesn’t have to be synthesized by the body but is immediately available. This ensures the correct daily dosage of vitamin D that the body needs, even in the case of liver and kidney diseases.

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