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What does protein in the blood mean. and what is Vitamin D for?????????

By January 11, 2012 - 10:34am
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Hi PiscesLady

Thanks for your post!

Protein in the blood is normal. Do you mean elevated levels of protein in the blood? We were asked this question yesterday so you can read the answer here:


As to Vitamin D - this is a vitamin that is crucial for bone health. It also helps with cell health, helps against inflammation and helps with building strong muscles.

Vitamin D is absorbed by the body by enhanced foods like dairy (including milk), exposure the sun, and via supplements (vitamins or calcium pills). It isn't found in a lot of foods so people, especially in places that don't get sun, sometimes need to take a Vitamin D pill.

I hope this helps and thanks for writing!


January 11, 2012 - 11:35am
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