Unlike other vitamins, vitamin D can be produced by the human body itself, but only under the influence of sunlight: the cholesterol built up in the skin is converted into provitamin D under the influence of sunlight. This “light hormone” reaches the liver via the blood, where it is stored as vitamin D3. In a further step, it can be converted into active vitamin D3 in the kidneys and other organs. Thus, sunlight, on the one hand, and age and the health of the liver and kidneys, on the other, play a decisive role in vitamin D formation.
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