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Did You Know There Are Different Types of Vitamin D?

You’ve probably heard of vitamin D but many people don’t realize there are numerous types of the vitamin, and humans don’t need all of them. The two you’ll want in your system are vitamin D2 and vitamin D3.

What’s the difference? Vitamin D2 is produced by plants while vitamin D3 is produced by the skin during periods of sun exposure. Some fortified foods can have both D2 and D3. In actuality vitamin D isn’t a vitamin at all. It’s a steroid hormone. And physically speaking, D3 is meant to be the primary source for humans. <Read More>

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Did You Know There Are Different Types of Vitamin D?

You’ve probably heard of vitamin D but many people don’t realize there are numerous types of the vitamin, and humans don’t need all of them. The two you’ll want in your system are vitamin D2 and vitamin D3.

What’s the difference? Vitamin D2 is produced by plants while vitamin D3 is produced by the skin during periods of sun exposure. Some fortified foods can have both D2 and D3. In actuality vitamin D isn’t a vitamin at all. It’s a steroid hormone. And physically speaking, D3 is meant to be the primary source for humans. <Read More>