The work or function of vitamin D is to
aid in mineral absorption and bone mineralization vital for bone density.
Vitamin supplements and calcium in the elderly improve bone density; prevent
calcium loss and hip fractures of large bones. Hip fractures are one of the
major causes of disability and death in the elderly population. Treatment with
supplements allows people to have a better quality of life in old age and in
return keeps their longevity.
Low levels of vitamin D may also be
linked to chronic diseases such as cancer of the breast, ovaries, colon and
prostate cancer, chronic pain, weakness, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases
such as multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes, elevated blood pressure, mental
illnesses such as depression and schizophrenia, heart disease, rheumatoid
arthritis, psoriasis, tuberculosis and inflammatory bowel disease.
IT IS VITAL FOR VITAMIN D checkups
before taking medicine for other diseases that might be a symptom of vitamin D deficiency.
in a GMP certified facility.