Demystifying Vitamin D

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by Wendy Henderson |

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Many people with chronic illnesses such as scleroderma who also have very low levels of vitamin D may be strongly advised by their doctors to take vitamin D supplements.

Read here about how sclerosis activity correlates with vitamin D deficiency. 

In this Demystifying Medicine video, vitamin D’s role in keeping the body healthy is explained via simple, easy to understand illustrations. Find out how this wonder vitamin does much, much more than keep our bones and teeth strong.

Scleroderma patients are found to have reduced bone mineral density due to vitamin D deficiency. Read about it here. 


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