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Do You Have Adequate Vitamin D Level | Narendra Singh Plaha


Vitamin D insufficiency has turned into a pandemic with around 1 billion individuals everywhere throughout the world having low levels of vitamin D. Although sufficient levels of vitamin D can be delivered by the body with customary presentation to daylight, vitamin D deficiency wins in Australia because of a few different variables like dietary propensities, expanding contamination and hereditary qualities.In this Presentation Mohammed Altaaf Sharif sharing Adequate Vitamin D Level. For more details :- – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Do You Have Adequate Vitamin D Level | Narendra Singh Plaha

Do You Have Adequate Vitamin D Level
  • Mohammed Altaaf Sharif

Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to over a
hundred health issues till now. Here are top
health risks you might face due to low levels of
  • Brain damage
  • Cardiovascular Risk
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Flu
  • Anaemia

Brain Damage
A recent study led by researchers at the
University of Kentucky showed that low levels of
vitamin D can cause damage to some proteins in
the brain of rats. The study also suggested
that deficiency of vitamin D can affect the
oxidative status of the brain, cognitive
performance and memory power.
Cardiovascular Risk
A population-based study of 9,949 adults showed
that vitamin D deficiency is significantly
associated with increased risk of fatal
cardiovascular events. The study considered
adjustments for smoking, physical activity and
other factors contributing to heart diseases and
concluded that vitamin D deficiency increased the
risk of fatal cardiovascular diseases (CVD) by
Research based on a large scale observational
data showed that people having low levels of
25-hydroxyvitamin D (a form of vitamin D) had a
higher risk of developing hypertension.
The number of diabetic people is increasing day
by day and most of them might be deficient in
vitamin D. Vitamin D is required to balance
sugar levels in the blood by regulating the
secretion of insulin. Research suggests that low
levels of vitamin D increases the risk of
developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
Do you suffer from recurrent cold and respiratory
infections? Instead of blaming the seasonal
changes, check your vitamin D levels. Vitamin D
has an important role to play in activating the
cells of your immune system which help to fight
Anaemia occurs when your body does not have
sufficient levels of red blood cells that carry
oxygen to various parts of the body. But the
main underlying reason for anaemia might be
vitamin D deficient.
Mohammed Altaaf Sharif http//mohammedaltaafsharif
13 Sixth Avenue, Balmoral QLD 4171