Vitamin D

Low Vitamin D levels have been shown to cause Osteomalacia (which is a softening of the bones), chronic pain, depression and fatigue as well as an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, asthma (severe forms), hypertension, cognitive impairment, type II diabetes, multiple sclerosis, glucose intolerance and certain types of cancer.

The likelihood of Vitamin D deficiency is increased in individuals who have a low sun exposure, poor eating habits, a vegetarian diet, food allergies (i.e. dairy products), dark skin, obesity and/or kidney or digestive disorders.


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