Vitamin Breakthrough Stops Multiple Sclerosis?!
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
It’s no secret that we should all be getting more vitamin D.
This powerhouse nutrient is the secret weapon against heart disease, depression, osteoporosis and even dementia.
And according to Harvard researchers, now it looks like this wonder nutrient could help slash your risk of developing another debilitating disease…
Especially if you’re a woman.
I’m talking about multiple sclerosis (MS), and for years, health experts have been struggling to understand what causes this devastating illness.
Now they know that low vitamin D levels play a key role in its development.
In a recent study, researchers analyzed blood samples from over 800,000 women looking for a link between MS and vitamin D deficiency.
And boy, did they find one!
After sifting through mountains of data, they discovered that women who are vitamin D deficient have a whopping 43% higher risk of developing MS!
Imagine that — being able to slash your risk of MS nearly in HALF by increasing your vitamin D intake.
This study focused solely on women, but it would make sense that having healthy vitamin D levels could also significantly improve the health of men, too.
Luckily, getting more vitamin D couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is go outside and bask in the sunlight for at least 15 minutes a day.
But be warned, things like season and location can prevent you from getting the daily dose you need, especially if you’re older.
So taking a vitamin D-3 supplement is your best bet if you want to keep your vitamin D levels in check all year long, no matter your age.
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