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Authors of a new study  have concluded that males with a low level of Vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin, are more likely to suffer a heart attack. There are a variety of clinical studies showing that the death rates attributed to cardiovascular diseases grow during winter months. Conversely, the opposite was found at lower altitudes. This background … Continue reading Is There A Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency & Heart Attacks?
Malnutrition is a common side effect of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). The damage Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, and other bowel diseases inflict upon the intestinal tract makes it nearly impossible for proper absorption of essential vitamins and minerals the human body requires to thrive. More than a million people are believed to suffer from IBD in … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency Puts Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients at Greater Risk of Osteoporosis, Study Finds
Source: Expert: 50% of the World’s Population Deficient in Vitamin D by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Vitamin D is an essential part of a healthy diet. The human body needs relatively large quantities of it in order to maintain bone density and metabolism, as well as general organ health.The impact it has on … Continue reading Expert: 50% of the World’s Population Deficient in Vitamin D
Vitamin D is one of the most important and most misunderstood vitamin of our time, and many people simply aren’t receiving enough. Most people are deficient in vitamin D due to lack of sunlight exposure. We’re modern-day cavemen, trapped in our offices and homes, rarely ever exposing our skin to the life-giving energy of the … Continue reading Does Vitamin D Toxicity Exist?
Source: Study: Low Vitamin D Levels May Be Associated With Recurrent Inflammatory Spinal Cord Disease by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM There are plenty of good reasons to make sure your body gets enough vitamin D. Most people associate it with calcium absorption for maintaining strong bones and healthy, better-looking hair. Others think of … Continue reading Study: Low Vitamin D Levels May Be Associated With Recurrent Inflammatory Spinal Cord Disease
Although we can find many foods in the supermarket that have been fortified with a synthetic form of vitamin D, there are only a select number of foods that naturally contain vitamin D. Normally, our body takes in vitamin D in the form of sun-synthesis through the skin. But in our modern times, where many … Continue reading 10 Foods High in Vitamin D
Despite the positive discoveries related to the benefits of vitamin D, a number of questions remain. Many experts are still unsure as to the extent vitamin D deficiency plays in disease development.  Many experts also disagree on whether or not supplementation or sun exposure is best. And, there are differing opinions on how much … Continue reading Are You At Risk for Vitamin D Deficiency?
The sun is both loved and feared, and many people either worship its life-giving warmth or shun it altogether. As fear of skin cancer related to UV exposure became widespread, individuals around the globe began shying away from natural sunlight. Many skin cancer campaigns urged listeners to avoid sun exposure whenever possible and slather skin with extra-strength … Continue reading Do Skin Cancer Fears Contribute to Vitamin D Deficiency?
Source: Research: Children Born with Low Vitamin D Levels May Develop More Respiratory Infections by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Any parent can tell you that respiratory infections are all too common in caring for a very small child. Bronchial infections are, in fact, one of the leading cause of hospitalization in American newborns. … Continue reading Research: Children Born with Low Vitamin D Levels May Develop More Respiratory Infections