You Cannot Make Vitamin D Without Cholesterol
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If you think that cholesterol is the bad guy, you need to watch this video.
0:00 Is cholesterol bad?
0:10 Cholesterol and vitamin D
0:20 Sources of vitamin D
1:20 Vitamin D deficiency
1:33 Why you need cholesterol
4:15 Bad cholesterol
Today we’re going to talk about cholesterol and vitamin D. Did you know that you actually need cholesterol to make vitamin D? The majority of the world is deficient in vitamin D, so it’s important to know more about vitamin D and where it comes from.
It’s almost impossible to get enough vitamin D from your diet. There are only a few foods that have vitamin D.
Foods with vitamin D:
• Fatty fish (like salmon and sardines)
• Egg yolk
• Milk products
• Mushrooms (pre-vitamin D)
Sun exposure is the best way to get vitamin D. Cholesterol is a necessary part of how the body gets vitamin D from the sun.
Vitamin D deficiency symptoms:
• High blood pressure
• A poor immune system
• Back pain
• A higher risk for autoimmune disease, asthma, and more.
Your body makes cholesterol every day—your liver makes it, and other cells make it as well.
You need cholesterol for many important things, including:
1. To make vitamin D
2. To make bile salts
3. As a precursor for sex hormones
4. Your cell membranes need cholesterol
Cholesterol is tightly regulated by a negative feedback loop. If you eat more cholesterol, your body makes less. If you eat less cholesterol, your body makes more. You don’t want to do a low-fat diet. If you do, you could potentially have less cholesterol, which could cause you to make less bile, vitamin D, sex hormones, and cell membranes.
Don’t fear cholesterol. But, understand that sugar and refined carbs will turn into the bad form of cholesterol that can create damage in the arteries. It’s not the dietary cholesterol or fat that’s the problem. It’s the sugar and refined carbohydrates.
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand why you need cholesterol to help make vitamin D and for so much more.