Vitamin-D

Vitamin D and Osteoporosis

The importance of calcium and vitamin D to maintain bone health is often unfairly ignored by both medical professionals and ordinary citizens. In addition, adequate intake of these two vitamins is not…

Vitamin D Deficiency in Children

Vitamin D deficiency was determined in 70% of our children, and these children have blood higher pressure and lower levels of good cholesterol. Those who drank milk less than once per week…

Vitamin D and Psoriasis

PsoriasisĀ is a chronic, genetically determined skin disease. Two factors are necessary for this disease to appear. One of them is constant but it can not cause clinical symptoms of psoriasis by itself.…

Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis

Vitamin D affects the occurrence of multiple sclerosis.   Multiple sclerosis is the most common disease of the nervous system, which progresses slowly and is characterized by the build-up of plaques, which…

Vitamin D and Rickets

RicketsĀ is a disease that is caused by abnormal mineralization of growing bones, and it manifests itself through characteristic changes in the skeleton. Although it can occur for many reasons, the most common…

Children with vitamin D deficiency

Children with a lack of vitamin D are prone to weight gain and accumulation of fat in the abdomen.   If your toddler does not have enough sunlight vitamin, there is a…

Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency is the cause of many diseases, some of them very seriously.   Vitamin D is not a vitamin at all, but a steroid hormone that has been incorrectly classified…

The Influence of Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency affects more than 200 genes.   To what extent vitamin D deficiency may increase sensitivity to a wide range of diseases has been pointed out in the next survey.…

Vitamin D deficiency affects the immune system

A whole range of modern scientific research demonstrates the powerful influence of vitamin D on our health. Vitamin D deficiency may lead to a great number of diseases such as cancer, diabetes,…