Many foods today are fortified with vitamin D, especially milk, but unless you’re directly supplementing and getting moderate amounts of sunshine, you probably have too low serum levels that increase your risk of getting age-related diseases.
The best source of information about vitamin D deficiency and optimal doses is probably GrassrootsHealth, a project run by scientists associated with the University of California.
These scientists, and many others, believe that vitamin D deficiency doubles the risk for most age-related diseases—including cancers, heart disease and Alzheimer’s. For some diseases like breast cancer, the risk increases even more without sufficient vitamin D levels.
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