Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Study finds Vitamin D can head off Alzheimers...


STUDY FINDS VITAMIN D CAN HEAD OFF ALZHEIMERS…

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A severe lack of vitamin D  can double the risk of Alzheimer's in older people, a study has found
A severe lack of vitamin D can double the risk of Alzheimer’s in older people, a study has found.
Even a moderate deficiency was found to increase the chances of developing the disease by 69pc. More sunshine, fish oil and supplements may be needed.
Scientists were surprised by the dramatic findings, which suggest that upping vitamin D intake might delay or prevent Alzheimer’s. But more research has to be done before experts can know if there is a causal link between levels of the vitamin and dementia risk.


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