“Researchers looking into the effect of vitamin D on patients with Parkinson’s Disease are confident that it can slow down the worsening of some symptoms.” [Source: nutraingredients.com]
This study adds to the growing mountain of evidence demonstrating the important roles played by vitamin D in the prevention and control of disease.
A lack of vitamin D has been linked to an increased risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome, depression, miscarriage, schizophrenia, multiple sclerosis, COVID-19, and many other health problems. Research suggests it could also triple the risk of an early death.
Recent studies have shown vitamin D supplements to be helpful in protecting against asthma attacks, improving eczema symptoms, improving inflammation in type-2 diabetes, cutting migraine attacks, reducing the risk of complications in pregnancy, reducing the risk of autoimmune disease, increasing survival in breast cancer patients, as well as reducing the overall risk of dying from cancer and cutting the risk of death from COVID-19.
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