Vitamin D was once thought to be linked only to bone diseases (e.g., rickets, osteoporosis) but it is now recognized as an important contributor to overall health. Vitamin D is not a vitamin but instead is a powerful steroidal hormone. According to the Harvard School of Public Health,
approximately 1 billion people throughout the world (including all ethnicities and age groups) currently possess inadequate levels of vitamin D in their blood.
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