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  1. Vitamin D promotes absorption of calcium from the gut. Too much vitamin D may cause increased levels of calcium in the ...
  2. Like most vitamins, vitamin D may be obtained in the recommended amount with a well-balanced diet, including some enriched or fortified foods. In ...
  3. Because vitamin D is essential for the body's utilization of calcium, a deficiency may result in severe loss of calcium ...
  4. Calcium requires adequate vitamin D in order to be absorbed by the body. In the United States, many food sources of calcium such as ...
  5. ... including the production of hormones, bile acid, and Vitamin D. Excessive cholesterol in the blood contributes to atherosclerosis ...
  6. ... absorb some of the vitamins, including vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K.