A study has revealed that today’s eggs contain 70 percent more vitamin D and double the amount of selenium, which is linked to lower risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease, infertility and infections, when compared with eggs three decades ago.
Vitamin D is essential for the immune system, strong healthy bones and teeth, and the absorption of calcium.
Getting enough sunshine and consuming vitamin D enriched foods could reduce stroke risk, according to a study.
Scientists claim that children with vitamin D deficiency are highly susceptible to depression.
Cells researchers from Oxford University say that a variant gene which reduces vitamin D levels could be directly linked to multiple sclerosis.
A new research funded by Cancer Research UK has discovered that fair skinned people may not be able to stay long enough in the sun, while not getting sunburned as well.
Stiffer arteries and the inability of blood vessels to relax even to healthy people is linked to lack of vitamin D, according to the Emory-Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute.
A new study indicates that taking sufficient vitamin D could prevent vision loss from age-related macular degeneration (AMD) which affects 15 million Americans with 200,000 new cases each year.