Scientists have discovered a whole new use for the sunshine vitamin known as Vitamin D: Fighting moderate to severe acne. Researchers have been able to determine how vitamin D deficiency affects skin health and why supplementing with vitamin D can prevent and reverse acne.
Pregnancy can be the most dangerous time in a woman’s life, for a variety of reasons; but, nutritionally, pregnancy is a risk factor for vitamin D deficiency and its consequences. … Read on to learn more.
Published August 31, 2016 Description: How the sunshine nutrient, vitamin D, helps prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, and even cancer. How to calculate the amount
Numerous clinical studies have established that there’s an inverse relationship between vitamin D levels and cancer mortality rates. What does that mean? The lower your serum vitamin D levels the greater your odds of dying from cancer.
Dementia is more dreaded than cancer, even death. The very notion of losing control of one’s own mind is enough to fill anyone with terror. Fortunately, numerous studies, some going back decades, strongly suggest that vitamin D is the key to preventing dementia and other psychological disorders.
Vitamin D is best known for its bone building benefits, but numerous studies have proven that it is also effective for reducing high blood pressure, also known as hypertension.
Vitamin D deficiency was long suspected to be a risk factor for glucose intolerance and poor diabetes control. Now, there’s proof.
Research has shown that vitamin D protects the bones of everyone, except postmenopausal women. However, modern research may offer clues to how this age and gender disparity might be overcome.