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Vitamin D Deficient? You May be Prone to Muscle Injury and Alzheimer’s

September 19, 2011
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Vitamin D Deficient? You May be Prone to Muscle Injury and Alzheimer’s

Add stronger muscles to the ever-growing list of reasons to take vitamin D. Scientists recently discovered that a lack of vitamin D could result in muscle injuries in athletes; another group of scientists found that vitamin D can help to remove plaques in the brain that have long been associated with Alzheimer’s disease, a...

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Vitamin D and Skin Cancer: What’s the Link?

Vitamin D and Skin Cancer: What’s the Link?

It seems as though vitamin d and skin have been getting lots of press lately and for good reason. Vitamin D is known to have a variety of health benefits. Here are a few:   Helps the intestine absorb nutrients such as calcium; good absorption of nutrients builds strong bones and a strong immune...

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Vitamin D research roundup

Over the years we’ve written a lot about the sunshine vitamin, and more and more studies are coming out about its benefits (including this recent one about how increased vitamin D levels can help lower the risk of death from H1N1). Here are a few good reads that might help persuade you to keep...

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