The Lack of This Vitamin May Be Harming Your Teeth
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The Lack of This Vitamin May Be Harming Your Teeth

In today’s video, you will understand how the deficiency of vitamin D affects your oral health.

Did you know that there is a vitamin that can improve your life?

But how can a single vitamin offer so many benefits?

Vitamin D, produced by the sun and some foods, plays an important role in our teeth and oral health.

This vitamin comes in two forms: vitamin D2, from plant sources, and vitamin D3, from animal sources, and is produced by the absorption of ultraviolet B rays by the skin.

Vitamin D needs sunlight to be metabolized by the body. In countries with low sun incidence, the populations tend to have a bigger lack of vitamin D.

According to a study done by Newcastle University, England, 50% of British people have a vitamin D deficiency, which favors the development of many diseases.

But how can a vitamin affect our health so much?

Did you know that the healing of dental implants can also be affected by vitamin D levels?

The good news is that with just a few simple adjustments to your lifestyle and eating habits, you can balance your vitamin D levels!

0:00 Vitamin D Deficiency and Oral Health
0:57 Vitamin D Benefits
2:17 How to Increase Vitamin D Levels Naturally



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