Today you wake up into a digital age where we exercise too little, eat too much processed foods, spend too much time in front of computer screens, and a result of too little sun our vitamin D levels have plummeted.
The research makes it increasingly clear how dangerous vitamin D deficiency is. It’s been linked to heightened risk of many types of cancers; arthritis; autoimmune diseases, like multiple sclerosis and lupus; diabetes; heart disease; obesity; and hypertension.
Vitamin D deficiency is linked to a number of illnesses that affect present-day folk in record numbers. Obesity, breast cancer, prostate cancer, autoimmune diseases, depression, heart disease, and hypertension have all been linked to vitamin D deficiency.