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Written by SOT.COM.AL 11 Gusht 2022
The National Diet and Nutrition Survey found that around one in six adults in the UK have low levels of vitamin D in their blood.
Signs you may be deficient in vitamin D include fatigue, bone pain, muscle weakness such as aches and cramps, and mood changes including depression.
Those most at risk of vitamin D deficiency include infants and children under the age of five, pregnant and breastfeeding women, people over the age of 65, people who have limited exposure to sunlight and people with darker skin.
In addition to the well-known symptoms of vitamin D deficiency, a new study warns that very low levels may be linked to a number of serious conditions, including cancer, stroke and rheumatoid arthritis.
Vitamin D Deficiency Warning The
body needs inflammation to aid in the healing process. But high levels of inflammation can contribute to a wide range of conditions, including diabetes, heart disease and autoimmune diseases.
In the world's first genetic research, scientists have found a direct link between low levels of vitamin D and high levels of inflammation.