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Removing D from the list of vitamins



Homo sapiens photo in the Public Domain 

‘Vitamin D’ (-calciferol) cannot be called a human vitamin because it is an inactive substance made by human cells – regardless of diet – in such quantities that the body can store up to six months’ supply. The active form is synthesised by the kidney and never acquired from the diet in humans. Furthermore, a dietary dependence could hardly have evolved. The best source of vitamin D, namely the liver of game animals, would ancestrally not have been particularly reliable.
Robin and the Honey Badger, 8 January 2017


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Last modified on 20 January 2017

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