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- n. Either of a number of fat-soluble vitamins, required for normal bone development and that prevents rickets; can be manufactured in the skin on exposure to sunlight.
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Like other natural supplements—such as vitamin D and antioxidants, which modulate pro-inflammatory cytokines—probiotics often produce their own anti-inflammatory chemicals.
Juices fortified with vitamin D can also boost exposure, as can taking supplements.
This trend is in keeping with many experts’ mantra that we should “get all our nutrients from food,” which is a dubiously motivated view for some like we should get all our iodine from stripped salt and get all our vitamin D from the synthetic vitamin D added back to nutrient-depleted, antibiotic-contaminated milk.
Combines carnosine, detoxifying MSM, and vitamin D to speed the healing of skin lesions, acne, burns, and cold sores and to reduce large pores.