In the largest epidemiological study to date, researchers from the Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark led by Dr Peter Brøndum-Jacobsen provide evidence that low vitamin D levels are associated with higher risk for heart disease and premature death due to a heart attack (myocardial infarction). Their report, published in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis Vascular, Biology also suggests that vitamin D deficiency may be a marker for poor health in a general sense. Senior author Dr Børge G Nordestgaard also emphasizes the need for people to get more exposure to sunshine since vitamin D is synthesized in the skin which has been exposed adequately […]Continue reading Large Study Links Low Vitamin D to Heart Disease
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