Eggs Now Have A Better Nutritional Make-up Than They Were Three Decades Ago

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.

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Deficient Of Vitamin D Can Cause Arteries To Stiffen

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.

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Study: Vitamin D May Prevent Age Related Vision Loss

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.

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