What functions does vitamin D perform in your body?

The functions of the fat-soluble vitamin in the human body are numerous. Vitamin D, for example, strengthens the cardiovascular system, has an effect on the function of your thyroid gland and thus also on your hormone balance and the immune system. Vitamin D also plays an important role in regulating your calcium level and thus supports bone mineralization. A well covered vitamin D level is therefore an important protection against osteoporosis. The promotion of muscle development and function is also related to vitamin D. This is particularly important for older people, as they often have a low vitamin D status. In addition, it supports glucose utilization, which is why vitamin D is particularly important for diabetics. Vitamin D is also known for its positive effects on the state of mind. Recent studies indicate that low vitamin D levels are associated with mood swings and even depression. It is not yet clear whether the lowered concentration contributes to the disease or whether the clinical picture lowers the vitamin D level.


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Why testing

The kiweno nutrition test brings you clarity: The test gives you information at a glance about the tolerance of over 70 tested foods. We test the compatibility of the specific protein components of foods. Results and further nutritional recommendations help you to find your optimal diet.

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This is what you get when you take the nutrition test 5-pack:

Five test kits for taking blood samples
Shipment of blood samples
Analysis by our experienced laboratory for the compatibility of 70 food products
Evaluation & presentation of your test results on my.kiweno
Valuable tips and nutritional recommendations

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Is there still something unclear about your test results or the subject of food intolerances? Have a look at our FAQ or contact us directly!