Evolution and Origin of Vitamin D

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0:00 Evolution and Origin of Vitamin D
0:14 Phytoplankton, squalene, and the beginning of vitamin D
1:05 How vitamin D protects against sunlight
1:46 Calcium and vitamin D
3:23 Vitamin D deficiency
4:03 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about the evolution and origin of vitamin D.

Phytoplankton has been on the earth for around 750 million years. They are exposed to sunlight, which they use to create vitamin D.

There’s a compound in the environment called squalene. This is an ancient old found in rocks, plants, and animals. Squalene is a precursor for cholesterol and steroid hormones.

Vitamin D protects DNA from damage caused by the sun’s UV radiation. Before the earth had an ozone layer, this was crucial for survival.

Over time, this mechanism was transferred up the food chain—first into fatty fish, such as salmon.

Life forces took advantage of an abundant mineral known as calcium. They used calcium for neuromuscular and cellular communication, skeletal structure, and as an electrolyte.

Vitamin D is crucial for the absorption and utilization of calcium. Vitamin D helps the small intestine absorb calcium by 20x. Without vitamin D, you would be deficient in calcium, causing issues such as:
• Osteoporosis
• Osteopenia
• Osteomalacia
• Back pain
• Scoliosis
• Flat feet
• Hunchback
• Rickets

Calcium can accumulate in your arteries and joints if you don’t have enough vitamin D (and vitamin K2), which can lead to cardiovascular disease and arthritis.

As you can see, vitamin D is an incredibly important part of our survival and health.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain the evolution and origin of vitamin D. I’ll see you in the next video.
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