Overdose of vitamin D
Vitamin D plays a very important role in the human body. Its main function is to regulate the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus, ensuring the normal growth and development of bones and teeth, as well as the strength and stability of our skeleton. However, despite this, his overdose can lead to negative consequences. The fact is that vitamin D is fat soluble and, to remove it from the body, our liver begins to produce too much of a substance called 25 (OH) D, a quantitative increase of which contributes to an increase in blood calcium levels, which causes hypercalcemia.