Contradicts Previous Studies
A large body of scientific evidence links vitamin D deficiency to a whole host of non-skeletal diseases (we'll get to vitamin D and your bones in a moment). When we measure vitamin D levels in sick people, we always find reduced levels. Whether the person has cancer, heart disease, diabetes, dementia, depression, autoimmune disease or virtually any illness, the vitamin D level is low. Hence, the concept that vitamin D deficiency makes people sick. And many doctors take the next step, subscribing to the belief that taking vitamin D will make you well.
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