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Vitamin D has been shown to regulate the immune system. This goes back to what I mentioned in a previous video about vitamin D being important for regulating the strength and the weakness of the immune cells. Vitamin D deficiency has also been linked to 19 different forms of terminal types of cancer.
And so if we’re talking about dietary vitamin D, if you don’t have a gallbladder, if you’ve had your gallbladder removed, if you’ve had a surgery, or if you’ve got preexisting liver disease and your gallbladder is not properly functioning, you run a greater risk of that diet vitamin D that you’re eating through your diet not absorbing as effectively.
If you take steroids for inflammation, if you take steroids for autoimmune disease, if you take steroids for inflammatory bowel disease, if you take steroids for any reason whatsoever, you should understand that taking steroids lowers your Vitamin D. Same thing with antifungals and the class of medications to treat seizures.
Additionally, if you have cancer and you are taking an anticancer agent, then that also can increase your risk for vitamin D deficiency.
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