Mindful of the current context, much scientific research has emerged regarding possible cures. Now, one was released around the meaning of Vitamin D. Look at all the details.
Scientific research carried out by experts from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, has investigated the relationship of Vitamin D and with those affected by the current situation worldwide.
The study, carried out by the Irish institution's medical faculty, in conjunction with other research done previously on aging developed in the same country, discovered the associations of the death rate and the lack of the compound in the body.
The authors also inquired into all previous research done in other locations in Europe regarding vitamin D.
Thanks to these data, the experts were able to make a comparison of the levels of compound in people during the 1990s and today.
The results obtained showed that, in the countries where it is most affected, there was a low presence of this compound in their bodies in the majority of patients. In general, lower latitude countries like Italy and Spain have high rates of Vitamin D deficiency.
Instead, all nations located in northern Europe, such as Norway, Finland and Sweden, have shown higher levels of this compound in their patients. Will it be the possible cure for this evil?
Let's remember that Vitamin D is an essential compound for the immune system. Generally, the body produces it thanks to sunlight, houses it in the liver and goes through the kidney and intestine, where it is transformed into a hormone that enhances the creation of calcium.
It can also be obtained through diet and supplements. Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium. Calcium is one of the main components of the bones. Vitamin D also plays a role in your nervous, muscular, and immune systems.
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a loss of bone density, which can lead to osteoporosis and fractures. For example, in children, it can cause rickets.
Foods that naturally have a percentage of Vitamin D are: fatty fish such as salmon, tuna and mackerel; cow liver; cheese; mushrooms; yolk; milk; breakfast cereals; Orange juice; other dairy products, like yogurt; and soy drinks.