Vitamin D deficiency causes the body to lose muscle strength by 78%.
Vitamin D is necessary in the body because it helps to perform a number of vital functions such as preserving bone health as it limits the growth of cancer cells and is essential for the human body. You need it, and the normal level of vitamin D in the human body is 50 nanomoles per liter of blood, but many neglect this important element, and health experts recommend obtaining vitamin D by spending a period of time outside, exposure to sunlight, and not Staying in closed places all the time, and vitamin D can be enhanced in the body through useful foods with a high percentage of healthy fats, such as salmon, egg yolks, and tuna, and because many people live in countries where exposure to the sun is difficult because of the clouds and long winters, it is possible for people to resort to Vitamin D supplements, but they need to be taken according to precise doses determined by specialists.
Did you know.. Eating yogurt eliminates bad breath
Due to neglect of dental care and the accumulation of tartar, and because of the volatile sulfur compounds in the mouth resulting from bacteria and food waste, it results in an unpleasant odor in the mouth, but according to the study published in the BMJ Open Medical Journal, eating yogurt and fermented foods reduces and may eliminate bad breath due to “probiotic” bacteria. The researchers believe that the “probiotic” bacteria may prevent the decomposition of amino acids and proteins, which limits the production of secondary compounds with an unpleasant odor. “Probiotics” can be taken through food and through nutritional supplements. The most common food that contains “probiotics” is yogurt. Yogurt is made by fermentation. Yogurt contains different types of bacteria, which are left in the final product. Probiotic supplements also contain live microorganisms, and one dose may include a specific species of microbe or a mixture of microbes, according to the Mayo Clinic website.
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