It’s important to live a balanced life. Your diet should contain all nutrients. If you have no time to cook healthy meals and usually opt for snacks and fast food, it’s very likely that you do not provide your body with the most essential vitamins.
One of them would be vitamin D.
1. Vitamin D Prevents Multiple Sclerosis
MS stands for multiple sclerosis. The farther from the equator you live, the higher the risk of this health issue is. You need more sunlight for your body to produce vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency may lead to MS which is known to damage the nerves. Some individuals may have defective gene responsible for low levels of vitamin D. Although the link might seem obvious, patients are not always advised to treat MS by adding vitamin D.