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Why you’re probably low in vitamin D

Matt Cook here, and Vitamin D is now understood as among the most important nutrients – in fact, many researchers consider it a hormone.

In the last few decades, people spend more time inside – and when people are outside they are more likely to wear sunscreen.

So, vitamin D deficiency has become so widespread that some researchers have called it a pandemic.

The benefits of vitamin D are too many to list – but the anti-inflammatory effect of vitamin D may be its most crucial effect.

Another “modern pandemic” is depression. Depression is strongly linked to inflammation.

It should be no surprise then that researchers have discovered a strong link between vitamin D in depression.

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These animal experiments were carried out at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in Brazil. The paper was published in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior.

Scientists have been researching the relationship between vitamin D and mental health for decades. (D3 is the more potent form.)

“Several attempts have been made to understand the role of vitamin D3 in the modulation of neuropsychiatric disorders.”

There is already a large amount of data showing that vitamin D3 deficiency is linked to serious depression.

“Notably, the deficiency of vitamin D3 is considered pandemic and has been postulated to enhance the risk of major depressive disorder.”

There are a number of hormones produced in the body which can themselves lead to depression. These include the glucocorticoids.

In humans, the main glucocorticoid is cortisol. In smaller animals, corticosterone is the equivalent of cortisol.

These hormones activate the glucocorticoid receptor.

This is suspected to cause depression and other diseases of low energy.

“This study aims to investigate the antidepressant effect of vitamin D3 in a mouse model of depression caused by corticosterone.”

The effects of corticosterone in rodents are similar to the effects of high cortisol in humans.

And vitamin D3 can help with cortisol problems.

In these experiments, mice were given large amounts of corticosterone – enough to cause depression.

Depression is a state of low energy. And in mice, we can measure depression by looking at their behaviors.

How rapidly mice respond to certain triggers can tell us the degree of depression.

The researchers looked at how long it takes for mice to groom themselves after being splashed with water, and how long they will swim in a pool before giving up.

Depressed animals take longer to groom – if at all.

Depressed animals don’t swim for very long before giving up, resigning themselves to drowning.

(The researchers rescue the mice from drowning.)

The researchers found that 21 days of corticosterone increased depressive behaviors in mice.

But when the researchers added vitamin D3 for a 7 day period, they found that it canceled out the depressive effect of corticosterone.

“Vitamin D3 was effective to prevent depressive behaviors – suggesting an antidepressant-like effect.”

The researchers claim that the effect was similar to that of fluoxetine – the antidepressant most well-known as Prozac.

“These behavioral effects were similar to those exerted by Prozac.”

In animals, the main purpose of corticosterone is to activate the glucocorticoid receptor.

In humans, cortisol activates the same glucocorticoid receptor.

Further research showed that depressive behaviors are probably related to activation of the glucocorticoid receptor…

…which is minimized by vitamin D3.

“Our results provide insights into the effect of vitamin D3 in depression related behaviors that seem to be related to glucocorticoid receptor modulation.”

This implies that vitamin D3 could have the same antidepressant effect in humans…

…even though we don’t have corticosterone – because our cortisol has the same effect.

Either high cortisol or low vitamin D3 will cause serious health problems.

But the combination of both can be quite dramatic…

Leading to depression and other diseases of low energy, notably diabetes and obesity.

Optimizing cortisol and vitamin D levels are often overlooked but fundamental elements for good health.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Cholecalciferol abolishes depressive-like behavior and hippocampal glucocorticoid receptor impairment induced by chronic corticosterone administration in mice