By Jessica Sanders
Vitamin D is a necessary nutrient for your healthy body and essential for life.
It’s needed to regulate calcium and phosphorous by helping the intestines absorb nutrients.(Phosphorous, second to calcium, is the most abundant mineral in your body and is responsible for how you store and use energy, as well as grow and repair new cells.)
It plays a significant role in bone strength and structure. As you can imagine, being deficient in this important vitamin is