Dem Vitamin D-Mangel vorbeugen – Auswirkungen auf dein Gehirn, den Kreislauf und Schutz vor Krebs
Fit through the winter!
The sun only shines once in a while and outside it gets cold again. How to prevent vitamin D deficiency, now in the video. have fun! Your body is able to produce vitamin D on its own. but it also needs enough sunlight. Here in Central and Northern Europe, however, the sun’s rays are usually insufficient. This means that our body still needs other vitamin D quantities which it can use to regulate its own level. While we feel more comfortable in summer, we tend to suffer from mood swings in winter. it is the vitamin d deficiency. Professor Gardemann from Münster University of Applied Sciences says what we actually need vitamin d for: vitamin d controls biochemical reactions in a healthy body. It supports the structure of the bones and musculature, strengthens the immune system, has a protective function for the nerve cells of the brain and for the cardiovascular system. It also reduces blood pressure and protects against cancer. 90 percent of the required vitamin D is absorbed by the sun’s rays. 10 about our nutrition. Professor Jüstel says that we can eat sea fish, salmon or mackerel, for example. because they have a very high vitamin D content. However, we have to eat a lot of fish in order to maintain the whole vitamin D level. It’s better to get plenty of sunshine. But that is not possible in winter. because in germany the sun doesn’t shine that often in winter. so it would be a good idea to spend at least one week of winter holidays in a sunny country. If that’s not possible, there’s only one thing left for us to do: go out and enjoy the sun from april to september. because the body also stores the vitamin, namely about two to three months. The older you get, the more you should stay in the sun. If you want to know if everything is in order with a vitamin D level, you can do this with the help of a blood test at your doctor or your treating physician. And now the question to you: have you ever thought about vitamin d? And if so, have you ever had a blood test done and after the result, have you changed your behaviour in everyday life or your diet? if you liked the video, let’s have a like there or share it with your friends or acquaintances. all the best!