Nobody doubts the importance of vitamin D to the human body, but scientists recently confirmed it is even more essential than previously believed. Researchers at Ohio University used high-tech nanosensors 1,000 times smaller in diameter than a human hair to assess the impact of vitamin D3 on cardiovascular health. Here is everything that you should know about those findings and the overall importance of vitamin D to your health.
What is Vitamin D?
Vitamin D is best known as the “sunshine nutrient”. In addition to being found naturally or as an additive to some foods, vitamin D3 is actually synthesized naturally in the skin by converting the UVB light. Since this nutrient prevents the body from robbing the bones of nutrients, vitamin D is associated with bone health. Read More