What is Vitamin D Good For?

Vitamin D is needed by virtually every cell in the body, and is essential for hundreds of processes each and every day. It acts as a protector and regulator of all cell types, tissues, and organs, it is able to enhance the functioning of each system of the body to help keep us healthy. A deficit in vitamin D can lead to impairment or disease in each of these systems – from brittle bones to heart disease, cancer and dementia.

With this in mind, why take a chance at being deficient in vitamin D?

See below for a list of how each system relies on vitamin D to function properly, what diseases may result from a vitamin D deficiency, and how other nutrients contribute to healthy functioning.

Part 1: Musculoskeletal System
Part 2: Brain and Nervous System
Part 3: Dermatological System
Part 4: Reproductive Health
Part 5: Respiratory Health
Part 6: Cardiovascular Health
Part 7: Cancer Prevention
Part 8: Digestive Health
Part 9: Immune Health