Vitamin D Part 3: The last in our D-lightful series on D.

Vitamin D Part 3: The last in our D-lightful series on D.

This is the conclusion of our Vitamin D trilogy! In my last couple articles on the D, we went over rickets with a healthy dosing of cautery mixed in, as well as how deficiencies of vitamin D most commonly occur. Here are the first two parts if you haven’t checked them out, here and here. We will finally be going over what Vitamin D actually does in our bodies! Isn’t that exciting!? Vitamin D is necessary for proper calcium regulation. Why…

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Vitamin D Part 2: Huskies and Sunshine.

Vitamin D Part 2: Huskies and Sunshine.

Hi guys, welcome to my riveting articles on supplements.  I’m going to continue with some more vitamin D stuff. If you haven’t check out the first part, come do the thing and see the thing here! Fun fact: I want a husky.  In fact, I will send you internet love if you send me pictures of your puppers. pls   Actual fun fact, not a fake fun fact:  There are more trees on earth than there are stars in our galaxy. …

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Vitamin D Part 1: Rickety Rickety Rickets

Vitamin D Part 1: Rickety Rickety Rickets

Let’s skip the introduction and jump right into some RICKETS! What the hell is that you ask!? Well, rickets was one of those diseases that baffled scientists and was a plague to society for hundreds of years.  Writings, that depicted symptoms that sounded eerily similar to those commonly found in children afflicted with Rickets, dating all the way back to the 1st and 2nd century AD. Francis Glisson was a physician back in yonder days.  Around the time bloodletting was…

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Vitamin C Part 3: Linus Pauling and the Kidney Stone

Vitamin C Part 3: Linus Pauling and the Kidney Stone

We have come to our conclusion for Vitamin C! So exciting! Weeeeee If you haven’t checked out the other parts, check them out here and here. Let’s begin with another fun fact on Vitamin C!  #funfactswithfettuccine   So, something interesting is that the quite a few animals synthesize enough Vitamin C within themselves.  Humans and a select few other animals are the only ones unable to produce Vitamin C within their bodies. This is because we lack a specific enzyme within…

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Vitamin C Part 2: Ain’t no party like a Vitamin C party

Vitamin C Part 2: Ain’t no party like a Vitamin C party

So I bet you all are wondering “Fettuccine, why are you writing about this? Why Vitamin C? Why don’t you write about more exciting stuff like diseases, French bulldogs or on-fire pandas?” Well, imaginary conversation… I uh… If you haven’t read the first part, here it is! In this post, I’m going to go ahead and explain how this wonderful little vitamin works in our bodies. Vitamin C is a water-soluble essential vitamin that requires regular intake to avoid deficiency.  Also…

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Vitamin C Part 1: Vitamin Sea

Vitamin C Part 1: Vitamin Sea

Arrr, scurvy, the plague O me ship. But, AVAST ye scurvy dogs. Vitamin C!  It be the anti-scurvy vitamin. Aye, me hartys! Me life was spared, to continue pillagin ‘n plunderin.  Davy Jones locker be not havin’ this ol’ salty sea-dog. Aye, yarr, and a yo-ho. Ahem. Anyway, I wanted to do this entire article in pirate-speak, but I decided against it.  If people want me to do an entire article in pirate-speak, however, then I totally will. I spent…

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