What can Vitamin D do for me and why should I care?
New research has shown that there are receptor sites for vitamin D in virtually every cell in the body.
Why would they be there if not to respond to vitamin D?
Vitamin D deficiency has been shown to be a major factor in many common ailments and more seriously,
in at least 16 types of cancer, many autoimmune diseases and heart disease.
Here is a list of some of the diseases and conditions associated with vitamin D deficiency...
CANCER (BREAST CANCER, PROSTATE CANCER AND OTHERS)
AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE (RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS - LUPUS - INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE)
COLDS AND FLU
POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME
If you have any of these conditions or you have been unwell please get your vitamin D blood levels checked.
Birmingham Hospital do a Vitamin D Blood spot test for £25.00.
It is a postal service and the turn around is very quick, 2-3 days. Click on the link...