Vitamin D3 is essential to help the body absorb key minerals Calcium and Phosphorus. These are used by the body to help with energy production and building strong bones and teeth.
The human body produces Vitamin D3 in the living cells of the epidermis, and can also be ingested through dietary supplements and foods including fatty fish (particularly salmon) and fish oils. Small amounts can also be eaten in cheese, beef liver and egg yolks.
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