Vitamin D has gained greater attention over the past few years based on a growing body of evidence that suggests a greater physiological need of the vitamin may exist for optimal health and function. This information has been compounded by an increasing concern of worldwide deficiency. Due to the fact that vitamin D supports a large number of physiological processes the current pandemic (50% of the population) increases international susceptibility to health problems. Early on, the known benefits of vitamin D were essentially limited to calcium homeostasis and the prevention of bone disease. Today it has become clear that vitamin D is actually an emerging super nutrient, serving a role in disease prevention including cancer and heart disease, inducing cellular differentiation, increasing cognitive function, enhancing muscle morphology and of course reducing the risk of osteoporotic fractures.
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