Kidneys help strengthen your bones by producing an active form of vitamin D. When we take in vitamin D from food or sunlight, it is converted first in the liver and then in the kidneys. The precise chemical balance of your body is regulated by the kidneys. They maintain your blood’s perfect ratio of acidity and minerals, which include sodium, calcium, potassium, chloride, sulfate, phosphate, hydrogen and magnesium.
Your kidneys play an important role in the production of what vitamin?
About the Author: Dr. Lonna Denny
Dr. Lonna Denny’s passion in life is to help people enjoy the best health possible so they can enjoy the best life possible. Opening the San Francisco Spine Pain Relief Center, a Denny Chiropractic Corp. in 2002 gave her the opportunity to help people recover from their injuries and get back to what they enjoy doing. Since then she has helped countless people including many professional athletes, recover from injuries to the spine and extremities using chiropractic Diversified Technique, Active Release Techniques, and the cold laser.