Why Is Sweating Important?

Sweating is the body’s way of cooling itself down. Sweat glands produce water and salt, which get evaporated off of your skin and absorbed through your pores. The higher the humidity in the air, or when you sweat, or if you are really hot outside, or both—the more sweating will occur! This process helps keep us cool by removing excess heat from our bodies to avoid overheating.

What does it mean that I have a high level of vitamin D?

Vitamin D deficiency can lead to immune system problems such as food allergies, asthma and eczema in children; osteoporosis (thinning bones) in adults; depression in adolescents; cardiovascular disease including hypertension (high blood pressure); autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis; cancer including breast cancer risk for women with low levels of vitamin D3 [vitamin D]; bone issues like osteopenia [bone thinning] and osteoporosis [deterioration of bone density], among others. You see how important it is to get enough sunlight on a regular basis? Vitamin D plays a key role in regulating calcium absorption into cells where it eventually becomes part of our bones so we don’t lose them prematurely! When we have too much fat around areas where there should be muscle tissue due to inflammation caused by diet deficiencies or processed foods loaded with sugar/white flour/inflammatory fats…we develop bone issues because these tissues aren

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