The Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) reports that about a quarter of the population is at risk for vitamin D inadequacy.
The study claims that lower levels of neonatal vitamin D may increase the risk of MS later in life.
In a recent study, experts have created a shortlist of environmental factors that may possibly contribute to our risk of developing dementia.
Low intake of vitamin D can heighten the risk of an eye complication.
Sunlight is supposed to be good for producing Vitamin D by the skin, however it seems there can be too much of a good thing. According to a recent research, excessive exposure to sunlight can lower the body’s ability to produce the vital nutrient.