Monday, 28 November 2016

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Depression


 Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Depression


Time and time again we come back to the vital Vitamin D to keep us healthy and happy, that is to avoid depression.


Wearing sunscreen, spending too much time indoors and covering up in the winter time severely limits your skin’s exposure to sunlight, meaning that it’s easy to miss out on this crucial vitamin.

While your body can create vitamin D and absorb it from foods, the vitamin actually needs to be processed by your liver and kidneys before it can be used (1). That’s partly because vitamin D isn’t a true vitamin, but a potent neuroregulatory steroidal hormone.
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