There is plenty of evidence that links vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, to health outcomes.

Living at higher latitudes, which means less exposure to UV light and a greater chance of being vitamin D deficient, carries a higher risk of developing diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Research into the gut microbiome indicates that our microbial passengers may play a significant part in these conditions.

But what links vitamin D to our intestinal microbiota?

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