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Is Vitamin D Deficiency Dangerous
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen

Hi Joy,

I certainly wouldn't use the word "Dangerous" to describe the risks of Vitamin D deficiency, but there certainly are Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms that you could be experiencing right now that have not been attributed to your Vitamin D Deficiency.


Those symptoms are many and varied, but some of these symptoms COULD BE pain, fatigue, weight gain, osteoporosis, dental problems, etc.




There are also "Long Latency" Vitamin D Deficiency diseases that don't become immediately apparent, but that occur many years down the road when you have had continually Vitamin D Deficiency.


Those diseases, that are only recently being attributed to Vitamin D deficiency are:

*Diabetes
*Heart Disease
*Breast Cancer
*Colon Cancer
*Several Other Cancers
*Multiple Sclerosis
*Alzheimers



And many other problems that are still not recognized by most medical authorities as Vitamin D Deficiency Diseases. But Vitamin D researchers are confident that some, or all, of these diseases could be treated or prevented on some level by keeping Vitamin D levels within the 50-80 ng/ml that many researchers are recommending.


There is little to no downside to optimizing your Vitamin D Levels, so many researchers recommend that you either:


1) Take Vitamin D Supplements OR
2) Get enough sun exposure


To keep your Vitamin D levels within this Optimal Range. You should get your Vitamin D Level Checked at LEAST yearly in order to achieve this number.


Kerri Knox, RN
Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune Health.com

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