Gene Expression and vitamin D
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 | Editor
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We now also know that vitamin D can be converted into a very powerful hormone in the body that can trigger the expression of over 200 genes, including genes that are involved in immune system response, detoxification and extinguishing cancer cells.
This new information has far reaching implications, and has spurred scientists to measure and trial vitamin D with dozens of health conditions, from dermatitis to diabetes.
We have a number of articles about different aspects of Vitamin D and the vital roll it plays. Click of any link below to look at that subject or, below the links, click to bring up a printable PDF document covering all of the subjects by the excellent Nutrigold company, which also incorporates references.