Vitamin D testing
Vitamin D deficiency is becoming increasingly common within our population. It’s a powerful modulator of our immune system and acts more like a hormone than a vitamin in the body. Maintaining Vitamin D levels protects the body from a wide range of diseases including viruses, cardiovascular disease, bone disease, autoimmune disease (such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis), strokes, nervous system disorders (such as Parkinson’s disease), and type 1 and 2 diabetes. Depression and breast, prostate and colon cancer have also been linked to Vitamin D deficiency. It is important to know your levels before supplementing, as toxicity can cause its own symptoms.
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