How Vitamin D Affects Every Organ and Tissue
Vitamin D is one of the most important fat-soluble vitamins. Learn how it affects your body.
0:00 Introduction: The most important fat-soluble vitamin
0:20 Vitamin D explained
1:30 How vitamin D affects the body
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Let’s talk about how vitamin D affects your different organs and tissues.
I think you’ll be surprised to learn how broad the effect of vitamin D is on your body. Vitamin D receptors are in just about every cell of your body.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, so it goes right to the center of the cell and has huge effects on it. I believe this is the most important fat-soluble vitamin.
Vitamin D is important for virtually every part of your body. If you take a vitamin D supplement, be sure it’s a high-quality natural supplement.
Vitamin D affects certain organs and tissues, including the:
3. Scalp and skin
5. Thymus gland
6. Immune system
12. Adrenal glands
19. Reproductive organs