Have you ever heard recommendations from a doctor to get tested for vitamin D? After all, its effect on the body is difficult to overestimate. Almost every person takes a general blood or urine test once a year to determine the presence of a disease. Tests for the content of a sufficient amount of vitamins and minerals in the body, in particular an analysis for vitamin D, are not “popular”. And completely in vain.
Most often, people who:
Lead not too active way of life;
Few play sports;
Rarely are in the fresh air;
Smoke or abuse alcohol;
The point of nutrition includes both the desire to limit oneself in food, and excessive consumption of food. The absence of micronutrients in the body manifests itself in hair loss, brittle nails, dry skin, depressed mood, and chronic fatigue. Continue reading