A simple blood test is the best and most effective way to check your Vitamin D status. The most common deficiency symptoms are: muscle/joint pain and weakness, fatigue, poor immune system, and asthma in children, depression and autoimmune conditions.
In Australia you wouldn’t expect low vitamin D levels, but we do. The health of your kidney, liver and gut play a major part in converting Vitamin D from sunlight into its usable form for your body.
Now, new research is linking it to autism in babies of pregnant mums with low vitamin D.