Low vitamin D levels linked to inflammation

Vitamin D, which helps regulate calcium and phosphate in the body, is needed to keep bones, teeth, and muscles healthy. The body creates vitamin D from exposure to sunlight on the skin, with experts advising people to take a supplement through the autumn and winter months. Now, researchers from the University of South Australia have found another reason to be getting enough vitamin D they believe low levels can be linked to high levels of inflammation."Inflammation is your body's way of protecting your tissues if you've been injured or have an infection.