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Whatever the case, vitamin D is a critical nutrient millions of people are deficient in (whether they have an autoimmune disease or not). This has to do in part with the fact that we don’t spend nearly as much time outdoors as we used to, and in part with the fact that the Standard American Diet (SAD) lacks the essential nutrients our bodies need to function at their best.
Furthermore, many people have poor digestion due to an insufficient level of digestive enzymes, reduced intestinal flora, chronic inflammation, and/or gastrointestinal disorders.
In this article, we’ll look at a few common autoimmune diseases and how vitamin D deficiency and supplementation may affect these conditions.
Is your mood changing but you don’t know why? Do you have an autoimmune disease or chronic gastrointestinal condition? It could be vitamin B deficiency!