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Brain and Vitamin D


Should you supplement vitamin D? đź’Š

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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that can be stored in the body. The main source of vitamin D is sunlight, but vitamin D can also come from your diet from sources like oily fish, eggs, or enriched products like butter.

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Vitamin D regulates the absorption of calcium, takes part in strengthening bones, but it also protects the brain by reducing inflammation. Low vitamin D levels can contribute to low mood and memory problems if not kept in check.

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Our body can manufacture Vitamin D after exposure to ultraviolet rays from sunlight but that is not so easy if you:

✔️live in the high northern hemisphere especially during the winter months

✔️are older than 65

✔️have darker skin

✔️are obese

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If you live in the Netherlands or another place where sunshine is limited to a short few months, you may have low Vitamin D levels.

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As we move into the winter months, it’s recommended for most people to start to supplement with Vitamin D.

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Vitamin D has many pleiotropic functions (such as anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects), so if you want to improve your BRIAN HEALTH you should keep an eye on the levels of vitamin D3 (1,25(OH)2D3) in your bloodstream.đź’‰ In case the blood results show that your levels are too low, you should start supplementing with Vitamin D.

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