You already know about the sharply increased need for zinc from the news. If only zinc! Here are five more valuable substances that we missed. And, probably, we won’t get it in a natural way: we will look for it in tablets and drops.
You all know that vitamin D is the “sunshine” vitamin. And in winter, when there is little sun, it is prescribed for young children, pregnant women and often ill citizens for prevention – in the form of an aqueous or oily solution. So, this summer – like winter …
Vitamin D is structurally similar to steroid hormones. It is based on cholesterol, which ensures the penetration of the vitamin into all cells of the body. Receptors for vitamin D are found in osteoblasts and the gut, and when acted upon, it helps absorb calcium. Vitamin D helps maintain bone density and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. It is known that this vitamin minimizes the risks of developing cancer, acts on immune cells and activates the immune system.