10 Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency

#7 – Inflammatory Bowel Disease


Frequent visits to the bathroom and irregular bowel activities may occur due to low vitamin D levels. As vitamin D helps absorb calcium and fat, lack of this particular nutrient cause fat malabsorption.

Malabsorption takes place when something prevents the bowel from absorbing important nutrients and fluids. If left unfixed, this can escalate to many digestive tract problems such as IBD and colon cancer.

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